Mantech Geometrics has helped Rowan Precision increase their capability with an Aberlink machine that has enabled them to carry out critical work for the medical sector, showcasing MIM members connecting the industry.
Warwickshire based company Mantech Geometrics provides measuring solutions for manufacturers. This includes coordinate measuring machines (CMMs) at a competitive price by the brand Aberlink. Mantech is known for their helpful service and expert knowledge on CMMs, self-tracking laser interferometer services for the error mapping of machine tools, CMMs, multi-sensor and X-Ray/CT measurement systems.
Rowan Precision Ltd has been manufacturing high-quality precision machined components and turned parts for over 30 years. During this time they have built a strong reputation for quality and service supplying national and international customers in diverse industries including Aerospace, Medical, Safety, Defence, Lighting, Automotive, Electronics, and Telecommunications.
The manufacturing firm purchased an Aberlink Xtreme 500 measuring machine from Mantech back in 2018 and has enabled them to carry out ventilator work for the COVID-19 relief efforts. Aberlink's CMMs and innovative metrology products are renowned throughout the world for being easy to use, great value for money and providing customers with measuring solutions they can trust.
Mantech is the official distributor of Aberlink products in the West Midlands and supplied numerous machines to other Made in the Midlands members such as Currie & Warner and Parker Precision. Talking about the firm's service, Matt Lowe, Technical Director at Rowan Precision said:
"After looking around for a new measuring machine, we couldn't ignore the value for money we would receive with Mantech Geometrics. We now have a fully automated and programmable CNC operation, which we didn't have before and has since improved our capabilities and productivity.
We received impeccable service from the firm, including all of the offsite training we have received and after-sales care. The machine has especially helped us during these difficult times as we wouldn't have been able to produce components for ventilators without it."