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Precision Engineering - A Quick Overview

Lee May 19th, 2015
By Lee

Precision engineering is an engineering discipline which is a sub-discipline of electronics engineering, optical engineering, software engineering, mechanical engineering, and electrical engineering. The discipline of precision engineering relates to the designing of machines, fixtures and other structures that possess tolerances on an exceptionally low level. This is where the precision is required to work at extremely low tolerance, and create near-perfect models. These kinds of design approaches are adopted in machine tools, micro-electromechanical systems, optoelectronics and nano-electromechanical systems design, as well as various other fields.

Being a specialist recruiter in the Manufacturing & Engineering Industry, Dudley Child works with a number of clients within this sector, particularly those manufacturing machined components for industries such as Aerospace and Automotive.

If you are actively looking for a new role within this sector, please make contact with one of our consultants on 0113 246 8882 or via email info@dudleychild.co.uk

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