Pemberton Engineering offers a complete turnkey service for the manufacture of press tools, jigs and fixtures. With over 35 years’ experience we provide high quality tooling at competitive prices. Our highly skilled workforce and state of the art CNC machinery makes Pemberton Engineering the supplier of choice for many OEMs from a diverse range of industry sectors.

Why Choose Pemberton Engineering?

Pemberton Engineering has been manufacturing press tools, jigs and fixtures for over 35 years. Producing tools for a variety of industries, in recent years this has centred around the strong automotive growth sector. The company has a wealth of experience and has a policy of training apprentices to be part of our skilled workforce of the future. We are constantly re-investing in machinery, people and facilities in order to maintain the high quality of manufactured tools and services we offer our customers.

Lead times and a prompt repair service are high priorities for us, as our customers demand that products arrive on time and can be assured of an attentive and prompt service back-up. Our vast experience allows us to highlight possible problems when tooling is designed, speeding up the manufacturing process and mitigating for flawed designs. We have a wealth of experience in all aspects of press tool design and manufacture, working with a multitude of materials from brass and aluminium through to much stronger tensile properties of 550MC and similar.

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Pemberton Engineering offers sub-contract CNC machining and CNC wire erosion using a variety of software and machine tools to satisfy customers’ requirements. We have a CMM machine facility capable of inspecting to CAD models in full 3D. We can also check customer parts should the need arise, and reverse-engineer broken components. If you want to find out more telephone us on 01902 603887 or click here to visit our contact form.

Pemberton Engineering provides ‘concept design’ through to detailed designs of tooling. We will manufacture prototype tooling and conduct a trial run in-house to do a toolmaker buy-off run. An initial sample inspection report on a minimum of six pressings will be supplied with the tooling. The final manufactured tooling will be delivered ready for the production line at the customers facility with one of our toolmakers present for the initial production run.