Home Lancashire News Lyndhurst purchases innovative machine as part of long-term growth vision

Lyndhurst purchases innovative machine as part of long-term growth vision

Two days of intensive training were undertaken by Lyndhurst’s team of skilled engineers

Chorley-based, Lyndhurst Precision Engineering has added a state-of-the-art machine to its facility, as part of its commitment to being at the forefront of precision engineering.

The HAAS VF2 CNC milling machining centre will allow Lyndhurst to enhance the quality and standard of its final products, which are utilised in defence, medical and automotive projects around the world.

Two days of intensive training were undertaken by Lyndhurst’s team of skilled engineers, ensuring they can use this latest technology to its full potential.

One of those engineers, was award-winning apprentice, Stuart Haydock, who said: “I’m excited to begin working with this state-of-the-art milling machining centre. It will help me enormously to improve my skillset and experience whilst, working towards my degree.”

Mark Marriner, managing director, Lyndhurst Precision Engineering, added: “This innovative machine will allow Lyndhurstto continue our efforts to design and produce the very best products and solutions for our global clients.

“Adding the HAAS CNC milling machining centre to our offering is part of our long-term growth vision. By investing in the latest technology, we maintain and enhance our excellent reputation for the delivery of projects on time and to the highest of standards.”