UK-based MIM manufacturer showcases razor head manufacturing

November 13, 2019

Suffolk-based MIM manufacturer showcases razor head manufacturing
CMG Technologies’ Directors Rachel Garrett and Phil Marsh (Courtesy CHM Technologies Ltd)

CMG Technologies Ltd, a manufacturer of precision components by Metal Injection Moulding based in Rendlesham, Suffolk, UK, recently showcased its process for producing razor heads by MIM in a television documentary focusing on British manufacturing, titled ‘Made in Britain’. The company produces MIM razor heads for Edwin Jagger Safety Razors.

CMG Technologies is the only business in the UK to offer commercial MIM services. The company has been providing MIM for more than twenty years, which includes supplying a reported 40,000 scalpels a month to the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). 

Edwin Jagger 3ONE6 stainless steel knurled DE safety razor head, produced by Metal Injection Moulding (Courtesy Edwin Jagger Ltd)

Rachel Garrett, Director at CMG Technologies, commented, “We have worked with Edwin Jagger Safety Razors for two years, providing them with top and bottom plates for their crafted safety razors, and to be able to show the part that we play in producing a British-made product is fantastic.”

“Not many people know about the process of MIM and how effective it is in producing intricate parts with little waste, so the documentary is great exposure for a somewhat little-known process,” Garrett added

www.cmgtechnologies.co.uk

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