Amdale are the home of bespoke complex precision engineering, providing a range of techniques and technologies in an ever changing manufacturing environment. We are highly experienced in the motorsport industry and take great pride in seeing our customers at the front of the grid. We are well equipped for short lead times, high levels of accuracy and flexibility which is crucial to this fast paced engineering sector.
Specialists in 5 Axis Machining
At Amdale, we specialise in 5 axis machining and we have invested in the latest CNC technology in order to exceed our customer’s expectations. Our 5 axis machining cell combines the flexibility of modern milling machines and the performance potential of vertical machining centres. Continue reading
Amdale Limited based in Portsmouth, Hampshire was established in 1988 as a family business, providing an EDM Wire Erosion facility to the precision engineering market.
Today Amdale has retained its traditional core values of precision engineering, customer care and support for every job undertaken, irrespective of the size of the order. Our mission is to not only meet but exceed our customer’s expectations and provide excellence in complex precision engineering. All of our employees share our values and contribute to making our mission a reality.
At Amdale, we pride ourselves on our commitment to our employees and we invest in them in order to get the best results. Martin Koerner, Managing Director at Amdale commented “The people we have in the company cannot be replaced as we cannot get these skills easily, they have been nurtured and developed in order to become the successful technical professionals that they are”. Continue reading
Precision engineering has played a vital role in the growth of the global automotive industry. Vehicle manufacturers look to the precision engineering sector for innovative, modern and low weight components in order to develop more advanced and fuel efficient products.
At Amdale, we pride ourselves on our commitment to offering up-to-date manufacturing techniques that are fast, efficient, environmentally friendly and cost- effective for our customers.
Engineering for the Future
The recent development for producing machined stir welded copper/aluminium parts for KERS and electric cars has been a major new project for Amdale. Engineering for the future is something Amdale are strong supporters of and invest heavily in the latest technology in order to be at the forefront of precision engineering which we can deliver to our valued customers. Continue reading
2012 has been a tremendous year for Amdale as we have seen significant changes that have really boosted Amdale’s capabilities within the ever changing environment of precision engineering.
Managing Director, Martin Koerner puts much of Amdale’s success this year down to our commitment to technology and quality inspection. Amdale have invested in two new additional 5 axis milling machines which joined our all ready well equipped 5 axis machining cell. This additional capacity has meant that we have been able to keep up with the high demands from our customers and improve upon lead times, which is extremely important to the market sectors that we cater for. Continue reading
After it was recently announced that the economy is showing signs of recovery, manufacturing SMEs in England are predicting an increase in sales over the next six months according to the latest Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS) Barometer.
Just over half of the 607 companies questioned expect to grow between October and March 2013, with 41% of firms set to boost investment in plant and machinery. There was also a moderate increase in those planning to spend on new technology (38%).
Lorraine Holmes, Area Director for the Manufacturing Advisory Service (MAS), commented: “It’s reassuring to see more SMEs are expecting to increase their sales going forward and this despite a slight fall over the last six months. Manufacturers have been reporting fluctuating demand and softening in certain sectors so to see the renewed optimism suggests many believe these markets are coming back on stream.” Continue reading