TMA Engineering

Electro Discharge Machining – Wire Erosion

TMA have recently purchased a wire EDM machine, this enables us to produce accurate complecated components in a reduced time and at a cost saving for the customer.

General Machinist Required

Experience on manual lathes and millers essential. Must be able to read micrometers and verniers, work from drawing and samples, work in imperial and metric. Other machines we have are horizontal and vertical borers, drillers, slotters, grinders, gear cutters and wire edm machines. We also have CNC lathes and millers. 39 hours per week (basic), good rates of pay.

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Mechanical Service Engineer Required

Servicing, repairing, trouble shooting, stripping and rebuilding mechanical power presses on site at customers works. Working on presses from 1 ton – 1000 tons capacity. Experience on pneumatic and lubrication systems. Knowledge of the various types of mechanical and friction clutch and brake units. Good mechanical understanding of presses, clearances, setting slides, clutches, brakes etc. Details Must have a full clean driving licence. Must have their own tools. A van is provided. Would be required to travel and work nationwide and sometimes work away and stay overnight. Must fill in all their own paperwork, service sheets and time sheets. Hours/Times: 39 hours basic per week (plenty of overtime) 0730 – 1600 Mon-Thurs, 0730 – 1500 Fri (factory hours) Early starts are essential when travelling long distances.

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World Motorcycle Land Speed Record

The Angelic Bulldog project are a British team building a 400mph streamliner motorcycle to break the world outright motorcycle land speed record. TMA are proud to be involved in the project by machining the rear wheel hub form a solid billit of aluminium. For more information on the project please visit www.AngelicBulldog.org.uk

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HME GH Clutch Seals

HME GH Clutch Seals – Specification

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40 Year Anniversary

In August this year TMA will be celebrating it’s 40th Anniversary. more to follow…

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New Press Safety Valves

TMA have recently become the authorised UK agency for GPA ITALIANA S.p.A. GPA sell manufacture safety valves they are excellent quality, reliability and are competitively priced. GPA also sell pneumatic presses, rotary tabels, mechanical rotary tabels, hydro pneumatic units, pneumatic chucks, rotary valves, pneumatic feeders, CNC clamp feeders, electronic servo feeds, decoilers and linear ltansporters For more information please visit www.gpa-automation.com

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Rapid-Air Equipment

TMA are pleased to announce that we are an official distributor for RAPID-AIR feeding and coil handling equipment:- Rapid-Air designs, manufactures, sells and supports a full line of quality: air feeds  –  servo feeds  –  transporters  –  straighteners  –  stock reels  –  pallet reels cutters  –  cut-to-length machines  –  loop controls and complete custom solutions TMA can provide sales, installation and support for the entire product range with a team of engineers for onsite work. All Rapid-Air products are engineered and manufactured in the USA. Rapid-Air – a company dedicated to providing innovative solutions to stamping operations since 1959  

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TMA – NEW RANGE OF POWER PRESSES – ARRIVED IN THE UK

Please come and view our new WORLD GROUP presses, we have on display an 80, 100 & 125T C-frame presses. Please visit our new dedicated website  TMApresses.com 

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New Trainee Vacancies – Fitter, Machinist & Service Engineer

Fitter – stripping, inspecting and rebuilding presses and press assemblies – training provided. Machinist – turning, milling, drilling, slotting, boring – training provided. Service Engineer – starting off in the works learning the business then progressing on to servicing presses at customers factories – training provided. Some basic engineering experience would be useful but not essential, applicants must be interested in engineering and willing to learn. Please send your CV’s to Paul@TMAeng.co.uk 

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