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08 Apr 2024

TextureJet celebrates five years in business!

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TextureJet celebrates five years in business!

TextureJet started life as a Nottingham University PhD project. Utilising a highly localised variant of electrochemical machining, known as electrochemical jet machining, TextureJet is now delivering a tooling platform with world leading capability to selectively change the surface texture of components, resulting in streamlined production lines.

The company is proud to have developed the next generation of targeted and sustainable surface processing technology. Its innovative, globally patented technology can deburr, roughen, polish, pattern, part mark or remove coatings from almost any metal surface.

This attractive alternative to existing technologies results in reductions in factory and toxic footprint, as well as process and operational costs. The process is flexible, easily automated, scalable, and cost-effective, making it an excellent choice for all high value manufacturing industries. 

Sustainability is essential for all businesses today, and TextureJet is committed to developing sustainable manufacturing processes that minimize the environmental impact of its customers operations. Its patented surface processing technologies can reduce the amount of waste generated by up to 84% (according to the independent Wood report, 2022).

With global expansion plans, it is an exciting time for the small company. Jonathan Mitchell-Smith, CEO and founder of TextureJet says, “Looking back over the past 5 years, I can't believe how far we have come! From being a university spin out, trading through difficult market conditions and securing our first funding, to today where we have 15 employees, globally patented technology and rapid expansion plans in US, UK and Europe with multiple applications.

Thank you to everyone who has supported us so far and all our employees for their hard work and continued faith in the company to make this happen.”

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