Tenable increases capacity with SW-20 sliding head lathe from Star

Tenable, a well-established engineering company with over 75 years of experience manufacturing precision turned parts to customer specifications, has invested in an SW-20 sliding head lathe.

Member of the BTMA and accredited to ISO 9001, Tenable's machining capacity comprises 234 production machining centres, including 56 CNC machines and a full range of Star SR models.

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Star Micronics GB [**]

Unit 1 Riverlands Business Park
Raynesway
Derby
DE21 7BZ
UNITED KINGDOM

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