A precision engineering company based in Doncaster is once again eyeing space as it looks to develop its specialist services into the sector.
Agemaspark is no stranger to working in the sector, in 2019 the company was proud to play their part in a mission to Mars. Commissioned by Rolls Royce to do specialist work for them on an engine casing that required 1.2mm holes creating in 150 positions, the apparatus was then sent some 33.9 million miles from Doncaster to the red planet.
Paul Stockhill, managing director of Agemaspark said: “We don’t believe that the world is our oyster, we believe the opportunities go beyond that.
“We see the space sector as a great opportunity, opening up a realm of extraordinary engineering possibilities. With our extensive expertise and commitment to innovation, Agemaspark aims to play a key role in the space industry, offering specialised components and solutions.”
Agemaspark celebrated its remarkable 20-year journey of precision engineering excellence in 2022 and the company has now sets its sights on the vast opportunities presented by the space sector.
“We are keen to explore the opportunities to collaborate with key stakeholders in the space industry, providing unmatched expertise and cutting-edge solutions to meet the evolving demands of this dynamic field,” added Paul.
Agemaspark has been a trusted partner across various industries, including aerospace, oil and gas, medical, food processing and plastic injection molding.
With a commitment to staying at the forefront of technological advancements, Agemaspark is actively exploring new avenues to enhance its offerings in the space sector. The company is particularly excited about the possibilities presented by 3D printing in stainless steel, a cutting-edge capability that opens doors to limitless design possibilities and streamlined manufacturing processes.
“Agemaspark is well-equipped to tackle the unique engineering challenges of the space sector and we see this as a great opportunity to drive innovation and contribute to the advancement of space exploration.”