Rhodes Interform to demonstrate expertise at UK event

Rhodes Interform (stand T50), a specialist in bespoke composite and metalforming machinery, will be showcasing its expertise in composites and superplastic forming at the Advanced Engineering Show, held at the NEC, Birmingham 3-4 November.

The company, part of Group Rhodes, designs, manufactures and installs bespoke presses and machinery for some of the world’s leading aerospace manufacturers. As well as offering standalone machinery, the company can supply full turnkey manufacturing cells complete with tool handling, conveyors and robotics.

The group has emerged from the Covid-19 crisis in a very good position, having taken several substantial orders in the past few months. Among these orders are several major refurbishment projects for the aerospace industry for which the company will be installing latest state-of-the-art control systems and returning the machines to ‘as new’ condition.

In addition to new machinery and major refurbishments, Rhodes Interform offers a dedicated spares and service team providing day-to-day spare parts and repairs to both its own machinery and equipment of other makes.

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 metalforming applications across a number of industrial sectors.


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