The Workshop Press Company is one of the country’s leading metalworking machinery suppliers. We have worked in the sector for many decades. Therefore, our combined experience and expertise makes us highly reputable when it comes to metal working machines in the UK. Serving both customers and businesses alike, if you’re looking for metalworking machinery for sale, look no further than The Workshop Press Company.
Why The Workshop Press Company?
Unbeatable Metal Working Machinery
The Workshop Press Company is based in Warwickshire but serves the entire UK and Ireland. Our experience has allowed us to gain a thorough understanding of what metal fabricators want and need when looking for a machine tool. Additionally, alongside fair prices, quality, value, and efficiency is well sought after.
Naturally the machines should be profitable, allowing fabricators to machine parts that offer the highest levels of support to projects.
Outstanding Customer Care
Along with the machine itself, we know service and support is also something that can be scarce in this sector. We strive to be different and therefore we proudly offer a fantastic aftercare service for queries and challenges that occur after the purchase of one of our machines.
Customer experience is everything to us. So, we want to allow our customers to achieve the best of the best when it comes to metal fabrication.
Metal Working Machinery for Sale
As experienced metalworking machinery suppliers, we proudly offer a wealth of sheet metal working machinery for our customers to choose from.
The metal fabrication sector is complex, and we understand there are countless applications and requirements needing to be accommodated. With this in mind, we strive to offer a diverse range of machinery to meet our customer’s needs. Here are some examples of the metalworking equipment we sell:
Industrial Hydraulic Presses
As the name of the company indicates, our primary machinery offering is hydraulic presses. And it is a wide variety of presses at that. In our lineup we have workshop presses, C-Frame presses, production presses, cambering presses, broaching presses, punching presses, four column presses, and a variety of others.
Furthermore, all presses are customisable to suit your particular needs. Stamping, forming, shaping, and punching, are just a few of the manufacturing processes that can be carried out on our assortment of presses offered.
Industrial Belt Grinders
Suitable for both ferrous and non-ferrous metals, our belt grinders are specifically designed for industrial purposes. Moreover, belt grinders can be used to complete a variety of tasks including deburring, surface finishing, and most commonly, removing excess material.
Belt grinders are commonly used in knife making to shape the metal blades and remove mill marks and edges.
Our belt grinders are available with various different features such as:
- Built in double exhaust system
- Dust bag
- Brake motor
- 5-year guarantee
Pillar Drill Machines
Pillar drills are arguably one of the most versatile stationary machines you could have in a workshop. In machining, accuracy is everything and pillar drills are very well known for the levels of accuracy that can be achieved with them. Holes can be drilled with the utmost precision and efficiency all while ensuring high levels of safety too.
At The Workshop Press Company, we have several pillar drills to choose from. All of which range in drilling capacities from 1mm to 40mm. They are easy to use, and almost guaranteed to be long lasting. Consequently, these industrial drills can be in use both at home workshops and industrial/commercial ones.
They are a staple on the assembly line. So, if your projects involve plenty of accurate hole drilling, for speed and precision, consider investing in a pillar drill.
Looking for Metalworking Machinery Suppliers? Contact Us Today
If you’re looking for metal working machines from UK suppliers, consider working with Workshop Press. With our knowledge and experience we can help you invest in the right metalworking machine that will fit seamlessly into your machining processes. Explore our website for more information or call +44 (0)800 999 1090 to speak to a member of our team.
If you have found this blog helpful, you may wish to read our previous blog: Hydraulic Press Uses and Benefits