Design for Manufacture
Marrill Group Limited’s ethos of Design for Manufacture ensures our customers are provided with a robust, efficient and cost-effective solutions. Using the latest CAD technology and simulation software, Marrill simulate the four major design concerns (binder wrap, draw die, spring back and multiple stage tooling). This reduces tool try out time and the associated risks of not right-first-time tool build.
Marrill has over 50 years’ experience of building tools from our Coventry facility, including progression, tandem, transfer, deep draw.
Marrill’s Coventry tooling shop consists of 13 machining centres and 5 on site presses for try out, whilst our team of 20+ highly skilled machinists and tool makers ensure that tools are made on time and to a superior quality.
We have tryout presses of up to 1600 tons, and a cutting-edge inspection facility where panels and other components are fully tested to ensure that the end result is exactly to customer specification.
Testing is ongoing as a component moves into production and the process is part of our ongoing commitment to continuous improvement and quality assurance.
A turnkey approach
Marrill’s investment into state-of-the-art CAD/CAM systems and CNC machines means that we can move seamlessly from design and prototyping to tool tryout all within the same facility.
This has substantial cost benefits – it means that we can monitor and refine the progress of each component without having to outsource any resources.