Weston Beamor reveals plans to resume casting and 3D printing services

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Birmingham-based Weston Beamor has joined a growing list of manufacturers to re-open for business.

Carefully adhering to strict safety guidanceWeston Beamor has announced that from next week it will recommence its casting and 3D printing services with minimal staff.

The company states: “Following UK Government direction and the re-opening of the Assay Office, we are pleased to confirm that Weston Beamor will recommence its casting and 3D printing services from Monday April 27, 2020.

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“The wellbeing of our staff remains our top priority and we are ensuring that all safety precautions and social distancing measures are observed at all times. As a result there will be a reduced team in the office, as lead-times may be slightly longer than usual.”

The casting house joins sister company, Gecko, in reopening for business.

The NAJ has been working with manufacturers to ensure they can still support the trade at this time, whilst following government guidelines and making staff wellbeing a priority.

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