News: Raynor Tools Ltd invests in grinding tools
Raynor Tools has continued its investment in grinding machines to meet growing demand and plans for expansion. This new equipment gives Raynor greater capacity to meet demand for high speed and precision grinding for new and repaired tools.
Tuesday, 6th May 2014
Engineering capacity magazine reports that Raynor Tools Ltd, specialists in manufacturing new tools and regrinding CNC tools for the aerospace, pharma, rail and automotive industries, has expanded its investment into new grinding machines by purchasing a second Deckel S11 high-speed tool. Raynor Tools has increased its capacity to meet growing demand for its services and plans for expansion. Remanufacturing of machine tools, for example, through regrinding, is an established and important practice for extending the useful life of machine tools. The CRR has published product group reports on the remanufacture of machine tools and toolbits, which can be downloaded from our website. To access the reports, please go to the weblink.
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