Rhodes Interform showcases its expertise
Posted on 10 Aug 2019 and read 1121 times
Wakefield-based Rhodes Interform will be showcasing its expertise in superplastic forming and diffusion bonding at the Advanced Engineering Show, which will take place at the Birmingham NEC in October.
The company designs, manufactures and installs titanium and aluminium forming cells for leading aerospace and automotive manufacturers world-wide.
This recently included a world-class composite-forming facility for the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (ARMC); it is being used to help UK companies stay at the leading edge of composite development.
Rhodes Interform’s composite machinery is used to produce structural components for production road cars, as well as flight-critical components for a variety of aircraft.
The company also offers a wide range of cold-forming technologies for specialist metal-forming applications in a number of industrial sectors.
Mark Ridgway, CEO of Group Rhodes (www.grouprhodes.co.uk
), said: “The Advanced Engineering Show is a superb platform for us to demonstrate our composite and metal-forming capabilities.
"Our team will be discussing how they can help manufacturers to meet their equipment requirements, using our expertise gained from almost 200 years in the metal-forming industry.
"We will also be explaining about the servicing packages we offer to minimise down-time and maximise the longevity and performance of the equipment.”