Portsmouth, Hampshire United Kingdom (PressExposure) June 20, 2011 -- With the current boom in individuality many restaurant owners and unique shop owners are heading down the route of having bespoke lampshades installed as real focal points for centering the attention on their businesses and making them stand out from the competition. Excell Metal Spinning has announced that it will be providing high quality metal lampshades that utilise the metal spinning process. Metal spinning processes can form unique cylindrical objects formed from a number of different types of metal.
Lee Bligh, Director of Excell Metal Spinning "we have approximately 1000 tools available in our tool storage department. This allows Excell to be very competitive and we are looking at a number of our tools that can be used for lampshades". With these positive signs shining through it is looking like Excell Metal Spinning is looking to claim a real stamp the the bespoke lampshade industry. With a number of bespoke fittings already in place in a number of top London restaurants and boutiques the lampshade designs are becoming a high demand must have for any company looking to stand out.
Excell Metal Spinning was formed by metal spinners in 2000, and has grown year on year, which is quite an achievement given the economic climate over the past couple of years. Hard work and persistence has paid off as Director Neil Hunt Describes; "Over the 10 years we have looked at achieving a modern day approach to our customers metal spinning needs, and as a team we have looked to employ metal spinners of the highest quality with a high level of experience". A strong working relationship with their customers has brought Excell many challenges and successes, as a result of this Excell has been able to invest in the latest CNC metal spinning equipment; an investment that will broaden the core base of parts that they can make. All Excell's spun metal components are engineered by metal spinners to meet today's high standards required from within the metal spinning industry. With a wide range of materials being used; spun metal parts can range from materials such as aluminum, brass, copper, mild steel to alloys including hastaloy, inconell and titanium.
Excell Metal Spinning will be looking to the future in terms of demand in the products that they produce including bespoke lampshde fittings. If the increase continues the company will look at committing and investing in what could become a real specitcal and industry.