Manual Assembly of Product

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Manual Assembly of Product Manual assembly is a small part of what we do at Currie & Warner. Some of our customers require manual assembly of their products in order to receive a fully complete fitting. Our assembly capabilities are limited to manual/light operations. Depending on the level of commitment from the customer, we would…

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Multi-Spindle Turning

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Multi-Spindle Turning Multi-Spindle technology has been around since the 19th century but still plays a major role in manufacturing today. They are highly efficient production machines for turned components. Typically a Multi-Spindle machine has 6 spindles.  3 meter lengths of bar are fed into the machine, clamped, and an automated cycle indexes the spindles to…

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CNC Machining

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CNC Machining CNC turning gives our customers the option to purchase low-volume items in a variety of materials. The quick setup times often mean short lead times too. Currie & Warner has a range of single spindle single turret machines and some single spindle twin turret machines. Our Brownhills production facility is set up to…

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Logistics We offer JIT deliveries by manufacturing in advance and stocking items ready for call-off. Parts can be despatched in Kanban quantities directly to the assembly line. We use a network of transport companies to deliver goods worldwide DAP. For some of our export customers, we have strategic warehouse facilities close to their location. Demand…

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Materials Below is a list of materials we commonly manufacture items from: Lead-Free Brass Used widely in California for fittings that convey drinking water. Lead-Free brass has other benefits such as de-zincification (corrosion) resistance and material strength that is comparable to that of Stainless Steel. Free Cutting Brass – CuZn39PB3 The most common specification machined…

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Secondary Operations

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Secondary Operations The main focus for Currie & Warner is to produce components in one operation. However, some complex components have features that require secondary operations. We have a small section of rotary transfer, presses, single spindle machines, and machining centers to produce features that are not possible on our multi-spindle machines. Some of the…

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Design for Manufacture

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Design for Manufacture As you would expect Currie & Warner has a vast amount of experience using multi-spindle machines and manufacturing brass-turned parts. Over the years we have developed special attachments to produce complicated features, eliminating costly secondary operations. We offer our knowledge at the start of new projects to optimise the component design in…

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Cleaning Cleanliness is critical for Currie & Warner. Every component produced is cleaned within 2 hours of manufacture. To ensure protection of the components decanting is eliminated, components are placed into containers at the machine and then transferred to the cleaning facility and placed into a magazine. After the parts are cleaned work containers are…

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