Special Interest

Striebig takes centre stage at Royal Shakespeare Company

When the manager of the scenic workshop at the world-famous Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) in Stratford-upon-Avon had to decide recently which make of vertical panel saw should replace an elderly model, he plumped for a Striebig Compact.

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Striebig makes an exhibition of itself at Imperial War Museum

London’s famous Imperial War Museum has bought a Striebig Compact vertical panel saw to assist it in the production of exhibition panels and associated items.

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Refurbished Striebig vertical panel saw makes it’s mark at engravers

In today’s challenging economic climate buying a used rather than a new machine can sometimes be a sensible move. This was the case when a firm of specialist engravers chose a five-year-old refurbished Striebig vertical panel saw supplied by the manufacturer’s sole UK agent James Wilson (Engravers), trading as Matt Black Systems, carries out general industrial engraving, specialising in the production of engraved panels used widely in aerospace control systems.

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Vertical sawing takes off at Dublin Aerospace

A Striebig vertical panel saw bought by aircraft maintenance company Dublin Aerospace is delivering greater accuracy as well as being a valuable space saver.

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Versatile Striebig cuts it for Bagpress

A Striebig Compact vertical panel saw has brought considerable benefits to a manufacturer of electric vacuum press kits and specialist veneered panels. Bagpress, of Letchworth, Herts produces a range of vacuum presses from small units for the hobbyist, school and college to large industrial frame presses for cabinet makers and industrial woodworkers.

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Striebig saw in tune with organ maker

Organ builder and repairer GO-Organs.com Ltd is achieving significant efficiency gains after investing in a Striebig Compact vertical panel saw.

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