Malton Laser produces trophies using laser cutting, welding
The Ginetta racing championship trophies have all been produced using laser cutting and welding by Malton Laser's metal fabrication experts.
Full-service sheet metalwork manufacturer Malton Laser (Malton, North Yorkshire, England) has produced a series of stainless steel trophies for the finishers in the Ginetta racing championships. The trophies have all been produced using laser cutting and welding by the company's metal fabrication experts.
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Ginetta (Leeds, West Yorkshire, England) offers a genuine route for progression from entry-level competition to international motorsport platforms, taking drivers from their first race aged 14 into international racing stardom.
The steel was cut utilizing the company's laser cutting technology, which includes a 6 kW Bystronic ByStar Fiber Laser. The trophies depict the routes of the tracks on which the races take place, as well as highlight the finishing position of the recipient. After being cut, each trophy was welded by expert engineers before being powder-coated to create a smooth finish.
To date, trophies manufactured by Malton Laser have been awarded at the opening six events on the calendar. The company will continue to provide trophies for the remainder of the Ginetta Championships season, which support the British GT and British Touring Car Championship packages.
The company services clients in a number of sectors across the UK, including food and drink, automotive and transport, architectural and construction, retail, energy, and engineering.
For more information, please visit www.maltonlaser.com and www.ginetta.com.