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Electric revolution gathers pace with UK car policy announcement

Stuart Nathan Features editor If there were any doubt that the end of the conventional fossil fuel-powered vehicle was in sight, last night’s announcement should end the uncertainty, but there is still much we don’t know A couple of weeks ago, I wrote that Volvo’s announcement that it would cease launching solely petrol and diesel-powered […]

Electromagnetic railgun set for high-energy field trials

The US Navy is set to conduct trials of an electromagnetic railgun that can launch projectiles at speeds in excess of Mach 6 without the need for chemical propellants. According to the US Office of Naval Research (ONR), field demonstrations will take place at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division’s new railgun Rep-Rate Test […]

Cambridge and MIT host cyber security challenge

The University of Cambridge and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) have led a cohort of 24 UK and US universities in a three-day cyber security battle. Over 100 students have been competing in the Cambridge2Cambridge (C2C) event, which pitched teams against a rogue state developing WMDs in a cyber security simulation. Backed by industry […]

Software allows any camera to collect 3D data

Computer Scientists at UCL have developed software that enables cameras to capture the 3D shape of objects through a single lens. The method, unveiled at the 2017 Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition in Hawaii, allows any camera to map the depth for every pixel it captures and opens up a wide range of […]

AI program coverts 2D into 3D

Researchers at Purdue University have developed a new program that uses artificial intelligence to transform 2D images into 3D shapes. Known as SurfNet, the program could have applications in robotics and autonomous vehicles, as well as content creation for the emerging 3D industry. It works by mapping 2D images onto a 3D sphere, then opening […]

Whiteland Engineering Ltd - Sub Contract Machining Specialists | Precision Machining | Machining Services | Machined Components | Precision Engineering

Whiteland Engineering Ltd - For All Your Precision Machining Needs!


Whiteland Engineering Ltd is a sub-contract precision engineering company based in the South West specialising in the supply of high quality machined components in a variety of materials, using the latest CNC technology. We have experience in many industries and we are proud to work closely with our customers in order to enhance their products.

We are adaptable enough to cater for one-off prototypes through to production in volume. Our dedicated "Planning and Estimating Team" can evaluate and price all your requirements in a timely fashion.

The main industries we support include Aerospace, Defence (MOD), Oil and Gas, Printing & Packaging, Marine & Tobacco.

Our services include:

  • Precision machining in large and small batches
  • Specialised mechanical assemblies including hydraulic and pneumatic units
  • Special Purpose Machine Tool Components
  • Complete assemblies of jigs, tools and fixtures of all types including gauges
  • Workshop plant repairs
  • Spares for various types of machinery
  • Reverse engineering and manufacture complete to customer specification
  • Component inspection and supporting documentation

Latest News...

New Plant Addition - Mazak QUICK TURN NEXUS 350MY II (Driven Tools)

July 2016

This new machine not only brings advanced technology, productivity, value and performance but enables us to machine larger diameter parts in a single setup. We are able to produce components up to 1.5m in length and from one off prototypes, small batches through to medium volume production.

New Service - We now have a Kemwelder IV Welding System

July 2016

The welder works by gently touching the spot of the welding point with the electrode tip. After 2 seconds, the control unit triggers welding, at the same time, an electromagnet draws the electrode back. You then precisely position the electrode for subsequent points which can then be triggered every second. For safety, the shutter of the microscope closes with each weld. This equipment is ideal for tool and damaged components repairs.