CW4.0 provides Cheshire & Warrington manufacturers with access to a wealth of resources. From mechanical, electrical, production and software engineers to specialist labs spread across four sites.

CW4.0 provides a technology sandpit where companies can, explore, test and apply technologies from robotics and autonomous systems and artificial intelligence (AI) to industrial Internet of Things (IoT) and cloud solutions.

Our commercial teams provide the resources needed to develop your own strategy. Our visualisation and 3D printing resources allow you to rapidly develop new prototypes and test ideas, while our simulation software and planning resources help chart the path through engineering into production.

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LCR4.0 Case Study: Beverston Engineering

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