Caldervale Machine Tool Engineers
Supply, service and maintenance of machine tools
Caldervale Machine Tool Engineers Ltd is a well-established company formed in August 2013 by some of the most experienced machine tool engineers in Scotland. We are the only established machine tool service company in Scotland with ISO 9001, 2015 approved quality management system. All of our engineers are time served and multi-skilled in mechanical, electrical and/or electronic disciplines.
Why Caldervale Machine Tool Engineers?
We are competent in the repair of all of your conventional machine tools. Our skill is focused more on the modern machine tools with CNC capability working regularly with Fanuc, Siemens and Heidenhain controls. We are also trained on the Hurco Winmax and Ultimax controls as we are Hurco service partners in Scotland. We are also trained on the XYZ Prototrak control.
Due to the considerable experience within the company, we are able to source and acquire parts that can be a major delay in getting a machine repaired.
We have the ability to source parts directly from the original manufacturers, not from any machine tool manufacturers, with savings up to 75%.
We offer maintenance solutions according to your specific needs. Each service contract is assessed and custom built to meet the individual needs of each company. It can include all machine tools within a factory from the smallest buff to the largest horizontal borer or it can be tailored to suit key or critical machines. Ninety eight per cent of the company’s work is carried out on site. We offer total breakdown cover, we will source and deliver spares keeping the customer informed of the costs and delivery timescale at all times. We totally manage the repair giving you time to concentrate on production issues and profit margins
Karen has the financial and accounting experience having worked for Ernst and Young and Cap Gemini. Karen also has a good understanding of the machine tool industry having worked in, and been associated with it, for over 25 years.
From the age of 16 Jim has worked with machine tools in servicing and repair. He began his career as an apprentice with Anderson Strathclyde, went on to form Axis Machine Tool Engineers then as a Director of Konecranes Machine Tool Service. Key aim is customer satisfaction – if the customer is happy he will pay the bill and come back.
Kevin is a time served electrical and mechanical engineer joining us from Mills CNC, he was a UK service engineer supporting customers with service and installation of new machines tools in various projects within the sub contract, Aerospace, Automotive & Oil & Gas Sector.
Time served apprenticeship in electrical engineering. Formerly Machine Control Engineers and Konecranes MTS working on all types of machine tools. Trained in the use of the Renishaw QC 20 Ballbar, Renishaw QC 80 laser calibration and Heidenhain PWM 20 test kit.
After serving his apprentice as a mechanical engineer David joined Strathclyde Machine Tools at the age of 22. When he was made redundant by closure, David worked in Reid Kerr College for a number of years and studied in various disciplines. He then joined Blue Diamond Machine Tools Scotland in charge of machine tool rebuilds and service and stayed there for nine years before joining Axis to become a director. After a few years the company was then bought over by Konecranes MTS. David has a total of 38 years in machine tool service and rebuilds from the smallest to the largest of machine tools.
Martyn is a time served Mechanical engineer. Formerly Machine Control Engineers and Konecranes MTS working on all types of machine tools.
We also currently have two apprentices Darren Reid and Fraser Kirkwood. Taking on apprentices allows us to play an active role in moulding our future workforce and creating the future skills that we need to help our business grow. We understand that planning for the future is important for us and our customers.
Caldervale Machine Tool Engineering Ltd is a well established company formed in August 2013 by some of the most experienced machine tool engineers in Scotland.