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Sharnold is a toolmaking and

plastic injection moulding

company that is built on the

principles of making quality

products and providing a reliable service.

It has been manufacturing plastic injection mould tools for over

30 years and during that time

has gained a wealth of experience in producing

quality tooling

for a wide range of products for

customers in both the home

market and abroad.

Based in Kettering, its other

services include 3D CAD/CAM

design, plastic injection mould

tool making and rapid mould

tool making. It is happy to

undertake customers with low or

high volume plastic injection

moulding demands, and is

committed to the same high

quality for all customers, big or


It offers a personal design service, full toolmaking facilities and

injection moulding all under one

roof and modern technology

ensures accuracy as well as

reduced lead times and tooling

costs. It also offers a life time of

the product guarantee on all

tooling it manufactures.






UTILVIGO, with over 20 years

experience, is a leader of the

national and international

market in the machining of

high precision parts.

UTILVIGO manufactures parts

from special materials such as

CuA10NiFe4, S355K2G3 for

submarines and the shipbuilding

sector, and 2000 series

Aluminium control prototypes for

the automotive sector. It also

supplies to the defence and

energy sector.

It is equipped with state-of-the-art

technology in 5-axis machinery,

3D CAD/CAM programmes and

its highly skilled team has wide

experience in precision tools.

A founding member in 1997 of

CEAGA (Cluster de Empresas

de la Automoción de Galicia Galicia Automotive Cluster

Firms)), it is a strong supporter

of initiatives to promote the sector and the creation

of synergies, which are

basic in such a

competitive and globalised environment.

It moved to new facilities in

2006 and has invested heavily in

manufacturing, control equipment and cutting edge CADCAM

tools so it can manufacture

any prototype or piece from

its 3D design, based either on

its own or customer designs.

Excellent products for tool

and mould construction and

customer-orientated service

are trademarks of HASCO,

which over 80 years of successful operation, has grown

from a trade workshop to an

international company with an

extensive, high-tech product

range, including:

Standard Mould Units -

HASCO's invention of modulardesigned systems has laid the

foundations for the company. Its

patents define worldwide standards

of modern mould production, and help maintain the highest

levels in injection and

diecasting moulds production.

Hotrunner Technology - A rich

experience in theory and practice enables its hot runner specialists

to develop optimum

solutions for every application, in

close cooperation with the customer and by using the latest

simulation techniques.

Special Productions -

Individual requirements and specialised market requirements


seen major growth in customised solutions. HASCO has

responded to these modern performance needs, including fast

support to overcome production


It uses the latest design and processing methods and guarantees

high quality and speed with

documented final inspection.


HCM Engineering is one of the

UK's leading manufacturers of

tooling for a European-wide

base of Aluminium and Iron

foundries responsible for supplying components to the

world's automotive and other


Established in 1969, HCM's

specialist areas include the

design and manufacture of

mould tools for the metals and

plastic industries and design

and manufacture of die casting

machines, ancillary machines,

and jigs & fixtures to enable processing of the components.

It provides:

• Design and manufacture of

tooling up to 15 tonnes

• High pressure dies and

clip/trimming tools

• Squeeze dies

• Low pressure dies and core


• Gravity dies, core boxes and

die casting machines

• Plastic moulding tools

• Jigs fixtures and ancillary


• Prototype machining and special one off


Quality for this ISO9001 accredited company is key,

allied with a

strong commitment to employee

skills and continual training

schemes and a structured,

modern apprenticeship




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