Photofab was in 1971 as a specialist photo chemical machining company.
We are world leaders in the development of photochemical technology to produce intricately shaped components. More than 70,000 different components have been produced. If you can draw it, we can make it as long as it’s in thin sheet metal.
Photofab philosophy of investment in the future
Photofab have invested heavily in the future in both equipment and staff. Increased capacity provides reduced lead times for customers and improved technology produces high and more consistent quality. The company also invests strongly in its employees having adopted the Investors in People standard, recognizing that high quality service and productivity come from well trained and motivated personnel.
High level service recognised by the latest quality standard; BS EN 9001:2015
Photofab are proud to have been awarded the latest quality standard BS EN 9001:2015. We strive for continuous improvement in service and quality standards.
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Photofab, a world leader in photo chemical etching and forming Photofab was in 1971 as a specialist photo chemical machining company.We are world leaders in the development of photochemical technology to produce intricately shaped components. More than 70,000 different components have been produced. If you can draw it, we can make it as long as it’s in thin sheet metal. …Read More
Customer service Photofab believe that enhanced service is given by having a “single point of contact” – namely an Account Manager, who champion the customers’ cause internally. This allows: A personal and consistent serviceOne person always there with knowledge of the customers’ needsIn depth knowledge of the customers’ partsGreater awareness of customer requirements.Fast response to customer requests. Technology investment to …Read More
What is photo chemical etching? A process used to produce thin, flat metal components, using acids to cut through the metal to produce the shape required. Also known as Chemical Milling and Photo Etching. Where would you use this type of process? In both engineering component such as; shims, screening cans, encoder disc etc or decorative components such as; business …Read More
Terms & conditions of purchase 1. INTERPRETATION 1.1 The definitions and rules of interpretation in this condition apply in these conditions. Company: Photofab Limited, company number 1001985, whose registered office is at 14 Cromwell Road, St Neots, Cambs. PE19 2HP. Contract: the Order and the Seller’s acceptance of the Order. Goods: any goods agreed in the Contract to be bought …Read More