The MACH exhibition is the UK’s largest manufacturing technologies event and features cutting edge companies and innovative products and naturally CWST attended. This years’ exhibition held at the NEC in Birmingham from the 7th to the 11th April 2014 was the largest to date and attracted over 21,000 visitors.
Our stand was manned by a number of our specialist engineers over the course of the week including representatives from our various business units including CCRS, Laser Peening, Shot Peening, Thermal Spray and E/M Coatings.
During the course of the week our stand was visited by Sir Richard Noble (second from the right) who was the holder of the land speed record between 1983 and 1997 and is now a leading figure in the latest land speed project Bloodhound SSC, which is aiming to break the 1000 mph land speed barrier.
CWST are proud to be sponsoring the Bloodhound SSC project and featured prominently on their stand at the exhibition this year, where a replica of the wheel alongside a full sized model of the car was displayed.
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June 16, 2021
We’ve really missed you! Curtiss-Wright Surface Technologies have been unable to welcome visitors to our exhibition stands and events for over a year now and