We supply from one off parts to multiple components and with the extensive experience we have with a broad range of customers we can offer complete project management to interested parties, offering concept design to complete product supply. Our extensive network of suppliers and the team at Agemaspark allows us to offer fully automated control operations for bespoke projects to many manufacturing disciplines.
The experience of all the work force covers a broad range of manufacturing operations. Our up-to-date plant includes 3D metal printing, E.D.M., Milling Centres, C.M.M., Cad-Cam, support machines and services.
The company’s strength is based on the motivation and experience of its highly skilled workforce and directors. All are dedicated to meet our customer requirements.
The company was founded by toolmaker Paul Stockhill in 2002, he has over 50 years experience in the industry and has established an apprentice training scheme in the business to pass on those skills.
In 2014, Paul was invited by Doncaster Council and Baker Dearing to look at supporting a bid for a UTC. He became a full member of the project steering group in 2015-16 and was part of the bid team that secured the go ahead. Paul became the Vice Chair of the project group in 2018 to see the design and build of the school. AGEMASPARK also contributed £10,000 towards the project support during the bid period.
When the utc opened in September 2020 Paul was invited to be Vice Chair of the local governing board and an active member of the business employer committee to help create projects through the year for all of the year groups.
Paul and other members of the senior management team have been supporting the engineering department with sessions on one of the Year 12 Employer Projects. Students were given the brief of designing the next generation Mini Cooper steering wheel by AGEMASPARK. CAD software ‘Solid Works’ was used so that students could develop their technical skills. This project also links directly to Unit 10, a CAD based unit that Year 12 students complete as part of their Cambridge Technical.
“This is marvellous news for Doncaster and will provide a new opportunity for all of the local region to participate in the future of our young people. To encourage diversity and insight for growth among the business and communities of the area. I wish to thank the local government and Doncaster Chamber of Commerce and local business for their determination and persistence to bring the UTC to a successful conclusion.”