ShearXL has over 40 years’ experience in the machining of complex, precision machined components, specialising in free issue castings across the automotive and motorsports industry whilst also supplying industries such as oil and gas, aerospace and affiliated sectors.
We specialise in both large volume long running projects and short notice rapid turnaround work and prototype machining, supplying to some of the world leaders in engine block and gearbox design.
Our customer focused, long serving, skilled and dedicated workforce benefit from continual investment in training and equipment, enabling us to produce high-quality, complex components quickly and efficiently whilst ensuring a premium level of service. With our extensive experience machining various metals, be it aluminium, large magnesium parts or cast iron, we can provide the solutions.
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About the Shearline Group
Shearline occupies a 95,000 sq ft over two sites. It provides bespoke manufacturing for technology-based companies, offering a Total Manufacturing Solution – from design for manufacturing, prototyping and first batch production through to full-scale manufacture of electromechanical assemblies, packaging and shipping.
We operate to ISO 9001:2015, AS9100 and ISO 14001:2015 and are currently working towards SC21 accreditation.
Shearline has always worked closely with R&D departments and other university spin-outs developing the skills and investing in the precision equipment and technologies that they require; many of these remain customers thirty years on.
Shearline projects cover anything from intricate scientific equipment and industrial ink-jet printers to aerospace assemblies and remote weapon controls for the defence industry.
Core to the business is its staff and the company has been running an extensive apprenticeship scheme for 15 years providing intelligent, keen young people with valuable on-the-job training in various departments allowing a good skill base for the future. More than a quarter of Shearline’s current employees have come through the company’s apprenticeship scheme.