Formaplex cut normal delivery times by 90% and worked around the clock to provide essential components for a pioneering project team’s new ventilator. It was part of an industry-wide response to help save lives during the COVID-19 pandemic. The new ventilator was ready for production
Cambridge University Eco Racing (CUER) have just returned from their first international race with Helia – a section of an epic 1,864-mile drive from Darwin to Adelaide as part of the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge. The cutting-edge vehicle pushes the boundaries of automotive battery technology,
Formaplex was approached by Ricard and Force Protection Europe to provide composite tooling and machining for the Ocelot Light Protected Patrol vehicle. “We were a key supplier for this project and invested over £1million in new equipment and facilities to deliver machined and assembled pods.
The Arash Motor Company has been developing supercars with distinctive and individual character since 1999. “...the British Arash AF8 was built using composite tooling manufactured at Formaplex. ” And the British Arash AF8 was built using composite tooling manufactured at Formaplex. The AF8 is 90%
As a result of our reputation for high quality and rapid project delivery, we were approached to produce pattern tools for the Team GB Olympic bobsleigh team. “We machined the patterns and hand finished the surface prior to the application of epoxy paint to seal
BLOODHOUND SSC is a unique, high technology project to design and build a car that will break barriers. Literally. “Formaplex were approached by the team to provide the highly accurate CNC machining needs for the carbon fibre tub of the supercar.” The project aims to
Giles Ellis, founder of the prestigious Schofield Watch company asked Formaplex to be involved in the design of a special edition new watch, using the latest composites and technology. “Formaplex engineers designed the watch housing using CATIA CAD software to maximise the strength and lightweight
The Sailrocket team had been developing their concept over a decade for an offshore sailing vessel using an innovation which helped them to smash the world speed sailing record. “The Sailrocket broke the world speed sailing record, reaching 59.23 knots (109.69kph) over 500 metres in
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