KW Heritage has only recently joined the historics arena, but it has already started making a difference It’s no surprise that historic racing often relies on traditional techniques. Even with the increasing level of competition, some old crafts, such as fabricating and panel beating, remain crucial. But modern approaches can also play an important role. […]
Kieron Salter speaks out at Silverstone Park’s networking event about taboo subjects and the challenges behind his success. For the full article click here.
Delighted to announce that KWSP has been shortlisted in two categories at this year’s Northamptonshire Business Awards. Alongside being named a finalist in the Business of the Year category, our managing director, Kieron Salter, is a contender for Businessman of the Year. The Northamptonshire Business Awards recognise exceptional teams and shine a spotlight on hard […]
The process involved in manufacturing motorsport composites are as impressive as the wonder materials that are the result. KWSP MD, Kieron Salter spoke to Gemma Hatton of Racecar Engineer . For full article click here.
You don’t have to be a risk-taker or a big spender to take advantage of industry 4.0. Kieron Salter, Managing Director of KWSP, offers some advice on how engineers can embrace digitisation with this article for The Engineer.
Kieron was recently interviewed by Vintage Roadcar about KW’s history in motorsport, and how it is now revolutionising historic restoration through the use of digital manufacturing techniques.
Kieron Salter, managing director of KWSP, explains how to embrace digital processes without starting from scratch in this discussion with the IMechE.
Industry 4.0 is more than just a flashy catchphrase. A confluence of trends and technologies promises to reshape the way things are made – and it’s finally happening. Mark Venebles from Plant Engineer speaks with Kieron Salter, Managing Director at KWSP, to discover more. To read the article in full, register here.
There are 285 million visually impaired people across the globe – and some will soon be able to benefit from undergoing development of digital Braille and tactile printing technology by KWSP. Read more here.
High performance UK engineering firm, KWSP, is playing a key role in developing a printing innovation that could improve the quality of life for the world’s 285 million blind and partially sighted people. Read here for more in an interview with The Manufacture.