The future is investing in technology 12 August 2019

Mayes & Warwick Ltd has been manufacturing thread rolling dies for over 104 years, but the company is still looking forward, and to the future, to how it can continue to develop.

Asignificant part of Mayes & Warwick’s strategy for the future is to continually invest in new technology. The company has recently introduced new CNC work centres, CNC lathes, CNC thread grinding machines, new automated quality control equipment, as well as new IT systems for CAD/CAM design and supporting customer service.

“It is a continuous process of updating and upgrading,” explains Mayes & Warwick. “By doing this, we are constantly improving our product quality and consistency so customers know they always get good rolling dies from us.”

By investing in technology, and having the right people, the company has a flexible manufacturing facility that enables it to cater for all its customers’ needs, as they change. It also means Mayes & Warwick can develop products quicker and it can work closer with customers to guarantee parts are made right ‘first time’.

Mayes & Warwick’s product range includes dies for standard machine screws, AB types, lockbolts and blind rivets, as well as licenced products for Mathread®, Taptite® and Remform®, and Delta PT®.

In addition to the traditional Taptites and other licenced parts Mayes & Warwick is now able to produce roll dies for MAThread VR® (Never Jam), Taptite Pro® and Ejot’s Altracs Plus®.


Will Lowry Editor t: +44 (0) 1727 814 509


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