Precision Engineering Blog

Who is Thompson Precision and why you should use us

Friday, November 29th, 2019

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When you are searching for a quality precision engineering service, you need to ensure that you find a business with a wealth of experience. That’s exactly what we offer. Indeed, our company has been providing services to companies for over 100 years! Continue reading

Do you need a complex part machine, Thompson Precision can help!

Wednesday, November 6th, 2019

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Precision engineering is one of the most important areas that has helped advance the world of manufacturing. Businesses that need to produce large scale amounts of products, prototypes, machine parts, and other essentials will need to make full use of complex machining. As a business owner, you are going to need to make sure you have all the best tools and equipment to help you get the optimum outcome. Continue reading

Large engineering project to implement, our consultancy can help

Friday, September 27th, 2019

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When you are overseeing and implementing a large-scale project, planning is key. Every step of the strategy needs to work in order for the cogs to turn. At Thompson Precision Engineering, we understand the complexities of managing large engineering projects, and we have several years of experience in providing consulting services. If you’re aiming for optimum results, why not let us give you the edge? Continue reading

Designed a new product? We can help bring it to life!

Monday, August 26th, 2019

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Let Thompson Precision Engineering bring your 3D design to life!

If there’s one thing that can be said about Thompson Precision Engineering, it’s that we cater to the foremost engineering and design companies for a reason. We have the precision engineering service partnered with a fantastic design team to make your new product come to life before your eyes. We’re specialists in using low and medium volume components, machine castings and prototyping assembles for product development, and we serve a massive range of industries. The companies just keep on coming back to us time and again for our reliable and affordable service, which is designed to ensure that the entire process is smooth from start to finish. Continue reading

What exactly is Reverse Engineering and how can it help?

Wednesday, July 31st, 2019

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Are you wondering how engineers provide high levels of innovation in what can be an incredibly fast-moving industry? The answer is reverse engineering. Reverse engineering ensures that teams can create products that have never been seen before and do provide tremendous benefits to users. To understand how this happens, you need to learn what reverse engineering is and how it can be used. Continue reading

Advanced guide to precision engineering ideas

Friday, June 21st, 2019

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Going from concept to production in engineering can be a laborious and time-consuming process. Whether your design engineer ideas are rooted in manufacturing, structural, electrical or mechanical engineering, any concept needs to be thoroughly tested, modified and revised until it’s perfected. Continue reading

How Fast Prototyping can Help in Manufacturing

Thursday, May 23rd, 2019

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You could be in the thick of a team or building solo, but it’s critical that no matter what you do, you move quickly. Fast prototyping is a design workflow, and it’s one that is made up of ideation, prototype creation, and testing. When you decide to use fast prototyping, you will be able to work together with managers and designers, engineers, and users, to create a functional product.

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What is Low Volume CNC Milling?

Wednesday, March 20th, 2019

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The basic idea of milling is to remove material from a larger piece, whether wood, metal, plastic or something else. Low volume milling refers to the case where only a small number of units are milled compared to regular manufacturing processes in which thousands or millions of pieces of materials are milled to the desired specification. Finally, the “CNC” part refers to the fact that the milling is directed by computer, not by hand. CNC stands for Computer Numerical Control and is the name given to the process by which a computer translates digital information from a computer into milling instructions in equipment capable of removing material. Continue reading

UK’s Manufacturing Industry – A Short History

Friday, January 11th, 2019

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Invention and innovation has always been at the cutting edge in the Uk which is why the manufacturing industries have always been so important and whilst we saw a shrinkage during the mid 20th century it has still remained and important part of the UK’s economy. Continue reading