MonsterCAM - Shaping The Future.

MonsterCAM's fully equipped premises, located in an aircraft hangar, allow us to take on a wide range of marine fabrication projects, both large and small. We have built up an excellent reputation in building high quality plugs, moulds and mouldings of GRP hulls and deck sections for some of the most well-known boat builders in the UK. Our temperature controlled facilities can also be used for more diverse sectors of Industry from wind turbine blades through to complex engineering structures such as GRP bridges and architectural forms used in the construction industry.

The History The Provenance

MonsterCAM was conceived by the Directors of two well established companies, Curvature Group and Marine Concepts, who saw the need to have an integrated business that combined the skills and experience each Company was able to offer. So, the three Directors, with over 75 years' experience in machining and mould making launched MonsterCAM.

Plugs and Moulds The Quality

The MonsterCAM team have been building plugs and moulds for the boat building and marine industry for many years. Our quality has set standards for others to aspire to. This proven track record allows us to expand into different markets including Wind Turbine Blade manufacture and the Construction Industry.

5-Axis Machining The Speed

Our latest state-of-the-Art, High-Speed Machining Centre, with a machining envelope of 1,260m3 and speeds of up to 180m/min is the UK's largest privately owned machine of its type. It doesn't sacrifice accuracy for size & speed and over its 45 metres traverse, will produce an accuracy tolerance of +/-0.2mm!

Environmental Policy

MonsterCAM take their impact on and responsibilities to the built and natural environment very seriously.
View our Environmental Policy

MonsterCAM exhibit at Composites Show

MonsterCAM exhibit at Composites...

With our second attendance at the Composites Show now behind us we would like to thank all of those visitors who attended. This year not only saw record visitors to the Show itself but our own visitor numbers were dramatically...

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