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05.03.2018 Farleygreene upgrades test facilities

Farleygreene, Mapledurwell, Hampshire, UK, has recently invested in improved sieving technology test facilities. Senior research and development engineer Matthew Calow, who coordinated the improvements, explained that major steps had been taken to ensure a dustfree test plant environment dedicated to precision testing for the requirements of additive manufacturing and similar industries. “The segregation of the room will also allow us to run two tests concurrently without disturbing operations in our assembly facility,” he said.
The company has recently expanded into areas of 3D printing, as a result of which the updated facilities currently give more emphasis to R&D. Last year Farleygreene recruited its first R&D engineer, Vincent Yang, to help the company achieve its objectives. He has worked alongside the engineering team to bring about significant design improvements. “Within the past year we have been able produce in-depth analysis on the performance of our existing machines, enabling us to implement new design improvements and increase our understanding of powder handling, developing better solutions to fit our customers’ needs”, explained managing director Antony Hare. 
The test room has now entered its next phase to be upgraded to laboratory standard. The company has always welcomed customers to allow them to carry out in-house trials before they make the decision to purchase, and currently offers an extensive range of machinery ready to use for demonstrations and trials at its premises. 
Farleygreene’s hygienic test plant which is expected soon to achieve laboratory status

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