Technology boosts control panel business

Published:  24 August, 2021

Pioneering engraving specialist, BRUNEL ENGRAVING, has reported a significant growth in demand from the plant and works manufacturing industry following its investment in specialist state of the art engraving equipment.

The company says it has seen a substantial increase in the number of requests for bespoke metal and plastic components since it quadrupled its laser engraving and profiling capacity with the installation of three new machines at its production facility near Bristol last year.

Two laser engraving machines and a dedicated fibre laser profiling machine which can cut metals such as stainless steel, brass and aluminium, have enabled Brunel to produce profiles, shaped labels and control panels. In May 2021 the company also added a further laser cutting machine which has the capability to cut plastics and acrylics up to 9mm thick.

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