Our five furnaces can melt up to 14 tonnes of Aluminium alloy per hour. If required our melt shop can dedicate furnaces to specialist alloys.
Spectrographic analysis ensures maintenance of alloy specification throughout the process.
Our 18 die cast machines are capable of producing a large range of parts from less than 1kg up to 20kg. We utilise loose steel cores to create under-cuts, cast-iron inserts to strengthen bearings and the patented Ryobi New Casting (RNC) process for thick walled products.
Ryobi uses trim presses, robot de-burring cells, T5 heat treatment, and shot blasting.
Our machining facility includes complex machining of bi-metallic parts of both steel and aluminium.
Ryobi UK ships parts all over Europe and further afield.
Ryobi’s goal is to provide parts of a consistently high quality.
We have an excellent reputation for quality in the die casting industry and every Ryobi employee does his or her best to maintain this.
Our practice of working in partnership with our customers from the earliest possible stages of product design, helps to maintain the highest quality standards and allows our customers to retain their competitive edge.
Ryobi melt and use about 1000 tonnes of aluminium alloy per month.
Some products are machined and assembled. We maintain a scheduled stock of assembly components for approved suppliers.
We maintain electronic links with our customers, and provide a production plan, which is based predominantly on Kanban systems.
Ford DEP / UK
Real time X-Ray System
CMM & Gauging
What Makes RYOBI Different
Our Die Casting Machines operate using one of Ryobi’s patented processes, the Ryobi Shut Valve (RSV). This vacuum assisted process allows for higher productivity, higher dimensional accuracy, reduced porosity and better surface finish. We can also introduce other specialised casting methods such as high speed, high vacuum casting for structural parts, or loose core or sandcore technologies – to create under-cut areas and even enclosed spaces in castings.
Ryobi group has full engineering capabilities, including R&D, Die Design, Product Design Support and Process Engineering.
In addition Japanese engineers work closely with their local collegues in almost every department in the organisation, ensuring constant cooperation with Ryobi Limited (Japan) our parent company.
Our engineers employ the latest CAD and CAE methods.
This ensures the most effective design of tools and processes as well as components.