Huxley Bertram now offers two models for Earing Measurement: a Manual Earing Measurement unit, and an Automated Cupping and Earing Measurement unit. Read More…
The old website has served us faithfully but it is time to say goodbye. By November 2018, we intend launching our new site.
Huxley Bertram is attending the Compaction Simulator Forum in San Francisco, USA, this week. Once again, we are sponsoring the forum too. For more information on the forum, visit www.compactionsimulation.com
We are pleased to report that the event was very successful attended by many major pharmaceutical firms and universities from across the USA and around the world.
Huxley Bertram is seeking a Goods-In Operative. The role includes activities such as Goods-In, Dispatch, minor building services and general tasks. The primary requirements for this role are: a good attitude; a willingness to work hard; a willingness to learn; an interest in IT skills (such as MS Office), and general a willingness for practical tasks (such as ‘handyman’ tasks, painting etc). Please send CV and covering letter / email with quoting reference GI01 in the title to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications Wednesday 11th July 2018.
For more information – see job description.
In 2017, Huxley Bertram designed and built for a client a special purpose machine with the largest Beckhoff XTS (Extended Transport Delivery System) in the world. Read More…
Early in 2017, Huxley Bertram invested in a new Haas TM-1P Mill. We are pleased to say that we also received a government grant via the Signpost 2 grants scheme to assist with the purchase. Much of the machining on systems is bought out from external contract firms but at the same time we find it invaluable maintaining our own in-house workshop.
Dr John Taylor narrates the background behind the grasshopper escapement in the Corpus Clock. Here is some background to the Corpus Clock which was built at Huxley Bertram.
The full video is available here