News and Views

April 2016

The addition of a Mazak I600 5-axis simultaneous machining centre

As we continue to grow our presence in the Aerospace industry we have invested in a high spec Mazak 5-axis simultaneous machine to make us more competitive. This machine has the brand new Smooth control and Renishaw probing and inspection software to further enhance our capabilities.

September 2015

Anglia CNC Engineering is re-accredited to BS EN9100:2003

Congratulations to everyone at Anglia CNC Engineering for all their efforts involved in retaining this world renowned aerospace accreditation.

December 2014

The addition of another Dugard Eagle 1300 machining centre

Due to increasing demand we have invested in another Dugard Eagle 1300 machining centre with 24 tool station, and Heidenhain 530i control to increase milling capacity.

January 2014

Working With UKQMS

We have decided to extend Paul's services with a more detailed plan of activity to help us with how we accelerate our business development on many levels. We have been able to gain support from the Manufacturing Advisory Service which has been helpful in supporting our activity with UKQMS.

September 2013

Moving Forward

We asked Paul Wilson from UKQMS Ltd to provide us with an AS9100 course to help us advance our knowledge of the standard. It was an enjoyable day, he really brought it to life.
It was because of this that we decided to engage Paul's services to help us with bringing the company forward in AS9100.

September 2012

Anglia CNC Engineering attains BS EN AS 9100 Rev C

The attainment of Revision C of this aerospace accreditation shows the company's commitment to aerospace manufacturing and continues to run alongside their existing BS EN9001:2008.

December 2010

New Capability

The addition of a new lathe with 'Y'axis capability. This machine is the second investment in machinery in 2010 after the delivery of a 1300mm travel vertical milling machine earlier in the year.

February 2010

Anglia CNC Engineering attains BS EN9100:2003

This world renowned aerospace accreditation will run alongside their existing BS EN9001:2008 accreditation which has been held by the company since 1990.

June 2009

Anglia Circuits Engineering becomes Anglia CNC Engineering

On 30th June 2009 Anglia Circuits Engineering officially changed it's name to Anglia CNC Engineering. This is something that Graham and Alan were keen to do in order to promote the business into new customers without the misleading word "circuits" in the company name. The company still retains the same registration number along with all existing accreditations.

March 2008

Graham Fenn & Alan Shaw take over as Managing Directors

On 31st March 2008, Anglia Circuits Engineering Ltd was delighted to officially announce the appointment of Graham Fenn and Alan Shaw as Directors of the company. Graham and Alan have served the company as production supervisors and have 27 years combined experience with Anglia Circuits Engineering. They strive to ensure the high levels of commitment to its customers as well as the exceptionally high quality of work produced for them. Graham and Alan are also looking forward to developing the business even further.
Graham and Alan take the business over from Rock Loveday who was Managing Director for the past 6 years and had served the company since 1989. Rock had taken the business over from it’s founders John and Brenda Pilbeam in May 2002.

September 2006

The addition of a Dugard Eagle 1600 machining centre

A Dugard Eagle 1600 machining centre with 24 tool station, which will allow the machining of larger components.

Feburary 2006

The addition of a Fanuc Alpha-1c EDM machine

A Fanuc Alpha-1c EDM Wire Erosion machine with Fanuc 16w control, which will allow the machining of intricate components. This machine has been modified to accept components of 600mm high.

December 2003

The addition of two new machines

An XYZ SM2000 milling machine with a Prototrak CNC control and an Ann Yang DY1000 lathe with a Fagor 8055 CNC control with a chucking capacity of 1000mm diameter.

July 2002

Open Door Policy earns a place in Machinery & Production Engineering Magazine

At Anglia Circuits Engineering Ltd, we've always prided ourselves on our open door policy, with customers welcome to call in and see us at anytime. This has just been reaffirmed by a two page article in Machinery & Production Engineering magazine. If you'd like to read this article but can't get hold of the 5th July issue, give us a ring on 01480 464624 and we'll fax you a copy.


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