US-based Eastman Machine Company has announced lately to appoint Nottinghamshire-based TeCS to represent its automated cutting lines in the UK and Ireland.
TeCS is a team of technicians, experienced engineers and CAD/CAM specialists which has vast experience in cutting application analysis, cutting room implementation as well as services to various machine manufacturers.
According to Shaun Doohan, Owner, TeCS, “Eastman is part of our DNA and that DNA has flowed through nearly every cutting room we have visited in 30 years of service.”
TeCS, the technical arm, will locally provide testing services and education by Eastman’s strategically established technical demonstration unit built inside Kamm Projects Ltd. – a world’s leading specialist of composites.
This technical demonstration facility is said to be the fully automated one with a CNC-controlled conveyor system of Eastman installed to use both for software training and cutting trials. The facility opened in early June and is available to use by appointment of TeCS.
Commenting on the development, Elizabeth McGruder, Vice President (Sales and Marketing, Europe), Eastman, said that it’s amazing to have a team that understands technicalities of cutting solutions and is also capable of providing valuable service and support.
On the other hand, welcoming the Eastman conveyor system to its facility, Martin Meir, Managing Director, Kamm Projects, averred “We have cultivated a reputation for delivering creative solutions with our 20 years of experience in manufacturing and engineering. We take pride in opening this facility and demonstrating how Eastman and TeCS – two renowned industry players – work in collaboration to produce a product which is flawless both in design and its execution.”