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Dynashape sharpen their image with brand-new website
15th April 2019
Dynashape - the saw blade specialist now based in Stourbridge, has been absent from the world wide web for a few years now. After their take-over by Addison Saws Ltd, the company re-shaped its factory and operating processes to honour their 60 years of experience, which saw them embracing state of the art technologies and techniques to better serve customers in the metal, wood and plastics sector - particularly manufacturers and fabricators. This included a new website, for showcasing their work and reaching new audiences.
As of today, their website is live and available to those wanting to know more about the saw sharpening service Dynashape offer and what the company is all about. While there is no e-commerce facility at present, the website acts as an interactive brochure, giving insight into what potential customers might expect from Dynashape's professional services, and what sets them apart from other saw blade sharpening businesses. The site covers HSS, and TCT saw blade sharpening and what options customers have when it comes to buying new circular saw blades, bandsaw blades and tooling. Their continuous supply agreement is explained for those companies wanting a constant turn-around of saw blades to keep up with medium – heavy production cycles.
"Dynashape is about reducing overall consumable costs for customers by supplying higher quality products and extending the cutting life of those products – we find consumables are an often-overlooked element of the production cycle when it comes to savings. The sharpening of HSS and TCT saw blades can ultimately see companies save thousands of pounds a year as each blade can be sharpened multiple times and the quality of the sharpening means the blade cuts like new every time, extending the life of each blade considerably. Then, once we get to the point where sharpening isn’t a viable option due to diminished blade integrity, we can supply new, high-quality blades at very competitive prices.” – Richard Meacham, Sales Director at Dynashape Ltd.
Dynashape offers a collection and delivery service for their blade sharpening; This operates in Birmingham and the West Midlands, Warwickshire, North Wales, Yorkshire, Lancashire, Staffordshire, Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Worcestershire, Herefordshire, and Gloucester. The rest of the UK can access Dynashape’s sharpening services and blade sales via courier.
To find out more, visit http://www.dynashape.co.uk and use the web form on the ‘Contact’ page to get in touch and see how you can save money, year on year without compromising on the result of your cutting processes.