Since March 2018, Quickgrind has been a sponsor of the University of Wolverhampton Racing Team (UWR) as part of our ongoing commitment to work with academia to provide relevant industrial expertise and training to the next generation of engineers. In a very short period of time, Quickgrind has formed a strong relationship with UWR with.Read more
A collaborative demonstration between Romi Machine Tools, Tebis and Quickgrind showing the possibilities for advanced machining without the necessity for full simultaneous 5 axis, state of the art equipment. .Read more
Quickgrind were pleased to be invited to support the Yamazaki Mazak EMO Encore event held at the European Headquarters, Manufacturing Plant & European Technology Centre in Worcester UK on 14 to 17 November 2017. Mazak is, like Quickgrind, dedicated to manufacturing excellence here in the UK. .Read more
Tewkesbury cutting tool manufacturer Quickgrind has now announced the opening of its new Technical Centre and training facility. Quickgrind has invested in the new Tech Centre to demonstrate the company’s commitment to UK customers as it pursues its strategy of increasing brand awareness and market presence in the UK. The brand new Tech Centre has a.Read more
Demonstration of the Romi DCM 620 5F MachineA Quick Review of the Romi DCM 620 5F Machine using Quickgrind cutting tools. .
As part of its strategy to cultivate a larger customer base in the UK, Tewkesbury based Quickgrind has employed Sean Luck and Graeme Hogg as Business Development Managers and Graeme Hogg as Technical Support Manager-Northern Area. Both appointments are vastly experienced engineers that will underpin Quickgrind’s ambitions to grow market share in the UK. Read more
We are pleased to hear the news that for the 2017 season, Yamazaki Mazak has supplied six state-of- the-art machines tools to Renault Sport Formula One Team. The machine tools are located at Renault Sport Formula One Team’s base in Enstone, Oxfordshire, and include a number of models from Mazak’s Multi-Tasking and turning.Read more