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How To Avoid Drill Wander When Gundrilling Or Deep Hole Boring

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 17, 2017 11:29:53 AM

A deep hole is defined by the depth-to-diameter ratio and every hole larger than a ratio of 10:1 is considered deep. There are lots of applications for deep hole drilling across many industries, with the origins tracing back to gun barrels. Deep hole drilling is used in different materials and can help achieve a tight diameter, straightness, and a perfect surface finish.

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Topics: Deep Hole Boring, Gundrilling

Reflecting On SPE Offshore Europe 2017

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 5, 2017 4:00:00 PM

We would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who was able to join us at the SPE Offshore Europe Exhibition in Aberdeen two weeks ago. It was great to renew old acquaintances and make some new contacts, and we have been busily following up leads and opportunities made at the exhibition. If you were at the exhibition but didn’t get a chance to chat, please accept our apologies. Do give us a call and it will be good to catch up in person either at our offices or at one of the trade exhibitions next year. The exhibition was a busy few days with some fantastic exhibitors and in most cases, an upbeat perspective on the future.

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Topics: Exhibitions

How To Save Money On Deep Hole Drilling, Boring & Honing: Download Our FREE Guide

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Sep 5, 2017 11:15:00 AM

Tubular based components are used in tens of thousands of applications by manufacturers in a wide range of sectors. These components vary enormously in size, capacity and use, but the method by which each is made is broadly similar.

The precision engineering methods used to make industrial tubes and shafts include deep hole drilling, deep hole boring, gun drilling, CNC turning and CNC honing.

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Topics: Deep Hole Drilling, Deep Hole Boring

Join Us At The Offshore Europe Exhibition 2017 (Stand 2E125)

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Aug 29, 2017 4:30:00 PM

We are delighted to be attending this year’s SPE Offshore Europe Conference & Exhibition in Aberdeen between the 5th and 8th September. The exhibition is one of the year’s most exciting technology shows for the Oil & Gas sector, with exhibitors demonstrating a huge variety of innovative new technologies. Exhibitors include software developers, drone manufacturers, drilling consultants, precision engineers, asset managers, fire safety specialists and much more.

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Topics: Exhibitions

Quality Engineering Manager Vacancy

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Aug 24, 2017 3:48:08 PM

Salary: Negotiable depending on skills and experience
Contract: Permanent

We are looking for an experienced, enthusiastic and driven Quality Engineering Manager to join our progressive and dynamic team.

The company has an excellent reputation for honesty, flexibility, communication and continual investment and improvement in both skills and services. As an experienced Quality Engineering Manager from within a heavy industry company such as Automotive, Aerospace, Oil & Gas, you must have an in-depth Quality background and be able to lead, train and mentor other members within the organisation.

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Topics: Job Opportunities

Quick Quoting Vs Quoting For Overall Quality On Specialist Services

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jul 17, 2017 9:49:22 AM

In this article we would like to talk about quotes; specifically, why specialist CNC engineering companies charge what they do. There is a cost versus quality debate in every industry we can think of. The argument possibly goes that the lower the quote, the more corners must need to be cut at the suppliers’ side in order to achieve the price while still returning a reasonable profit. This usually leaves a fairly wide margin for flexibility, but it also means that a race to the bottom towards ever lower prices is rarely beneficial for either customers or suppliers in the long run.

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Topics: Precision Rollers, Packaging Roller

Why Are Dynamic Balancing Services An Important Procedure In Industrial Roller Manufacturing?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jun 14, 2017 7:10:00 PM

At Hone All Precision we provide a dynamic balancing service as part of the roller manufacturing services we offer our customers. Dynamic balancing is an important and frequently misunderstood part of the process, so we would like to spend this article briefly outlining what is involved and when you might need it.

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Topics: Precision Rollers

The Top Mistakes People Make When Buying Industrial Rollers For The Packaging Industry & How To Avoid Them

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jun 9, 2017 4:10:00 PM

There are dozens of different variables involved when manufacturing precision rollers for the printing and packaging industry. This is due to the diversity of materials used in packaging, from coiled steel to aluminium foil, and the temperatures and rotational speeds needed to process adhesives.

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Topics: Packaging Roller

How Temperature Can Impact Packaging Roller Performance & What To Do About It?

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Jun 5, 2017 8:00:00 PM

Packaging rollers are often required to perform at high temperatures and in challenging environments. This is no surprise, as industrial rollers are used to process and manufacture every conceivable type of material, from textiles and plastics to paper and thin gauge steel.

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Topics: Packaging Roller

7 Elements Of The Hone All Precision Roller Manufacturing Process You Need To Know

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Apr 4, 2017 4:13:51 PM

At Hone-All Precision, we specialise in precision rollers for a wide range of industrial applications. Our products are manufactured precisely to your design and machined for optimum efficiency and cost effectiveness. Whether you need 20 identical parts or a single, custom roller for a one-off project, our roller manufacturing process is geared up to provide the highest quality components available on the market.

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Topics: Precision Rollers

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