EBP approved for precision machining, EB & TIG welding, X-ray and NDT from RRMP

After a lengthy period of assessment EBP are pleased to announce that they have received approval for Precision machining, EB & TIG welding and X-ray and NDT from RRMP.

This is the company that supplies both current and future power plants for our submarine fleet, and is further evidence of the quality systems and reputation of EBP

EBP Invests in Integrated CAD/CAM with SolidCAM &I.Machining

EBP has added SolidCAM and I.Machining to its three SolidWorks seats. This provides integrated 5 –axis machining from CAD input.

The patented I.Machining software delivers optimal metal removal rates resulting in shorter cycle times and extended cutter life. Visit www.solidsolutions.co.uk/solidworks/manufacturing/solidcam

For more information contact Ian Crook (01483 215404) or Adrian Pragnell (01483 215400, M 07812 588934)

Expansion of EBP x-ray & test facility

We have extended our capability with the installation of a Durr Digital Imaging System in addition to current wet film systems.

We have expanded our capacity with the recruitment of two new staff, a trainee in FPI and a highly experienced and widely qualified NDT engineer.

Our Approvals now include G E Engines USA, SAFRAN, Rolls-Royce, ITP, MTU and NADCAP, contact Matt Penfold on 01483 215400 or m.penfold@ebpglobal.com

APPROVAL from G E ENGINES USA

EBP are the first UK contractor to receive approval for EB welding from G E Engines., our scope also includes TIG welding and X-ray.

In 2013 we became, and remain the only UK based specialist to hold similar approvals from SAFRAN/SNECMA.

This opens scope for CFM LEAP as well as well as legacy work from both these major OEMs

This is in addition to our longstanding approvals from Rolls-Royce UK & Germany for Classified parts, plus ITP, MTU & Honeywell.

Please contact either Adrian Pragnell, Business Development Manager, on a.pragnell@ebpglobal.com, +44 1483 215400 or Ian Crook , Head of Engineering on i.crook@ebpglobal.com , +44 1483 215400. For more information or enquiries.

EBP expands with the assistance from the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI)

05/11/2015: £330,000 of funding provided over 2-3 years.

EBP expands with the assistance from the Advanced Manufacturing Supply Chain Initiative (AMSCI), who are providing £330,000 of funding over 2-3 years

The two key areas of business development are the upgrade of our old generation EB welding equipment to meet the current new build requirements of ISO14744 and to roll this out to other users.

We have proved our capability on one machine, two more are Work in Progress and we have purchased two more 956 machines from Rolls-Royce for future conversion.

The second key development is the introduction of 5-axis machining and the capability to machine the toughest materials on an unattended basis. We have ordered the first new machining centre and software, with further equipment under evaluation.

We have so far recruited 5 new staff with further recruitment planned.