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College invests in machine tool suite

Central College Nottingham has invested in a range of new manual machines from MACH Machine Tools. The models – eight MACH VS-1 turret-type milling machines, four MACH SB 30 drills, one MACH SGS 18 PLC surface grinding machine, two MACH SC 200 pedestal grinders and two MACH 75 linishers – have been installed in one of four workshop areas used to deliver practical skills training to engineering students.

“As this was in all likelihood  going to be a substantial investment, we invited a number of machine tool companies to tender for the contract,” explains main grade lecturer Daniel Wheatley. “Some companies merely responded with a price list for the equipment, but with MACH Machine Tools it was a different story. Their proactivity and the fact that they provide good quality and competitively-priced machines, in addition to quick delivery, installation and commissioning, made our decision a simple one.”

For further information www.machmt.co.uk

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