AWI purchases wet drawing machine to increase capacity

Alloy Wire International (AWI) has purchased a new wet drawing machine that will allow it to significantly increase capacity as it looks to take advantage of a rapidly growing order book.

The AWI team has worked with the manufacturer to ensure this new machine will fit seamlessly into the production setup at its state-of-the-art factory, with its specific features helping to reduce lead times even further.

Capabilities on the new GBP 145,000 machine include pre-programming to allow for set spool weights or wire lengths and flexibility to work with a wider range of both inlet and finish sizes – this in turn increases the range of mechanical properties that can be offered across all its 62 grades.

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