What we do

The Specialist Mechanical Workshop designs, develops, manufactures, services & repairs bespoke medical and assistive aids for the treatment, care and rehabilitation of patients both within the NHS and within the community. Specialist engineers will also help research suitable equipment and commercial solutions for the well-being of patients, can assist with design and development projects and can support and investigate new innovation ideas. 

The Workshop will also service and maintain mechanical equipment not covered by existing contracts (such as manual wheelchairs and surgical tools) for The Trust and external customers 

The Workshop covers a wide range of mechanical engineering processes and can provide prototypes and low volume manufactured products in a variety of materials, particularly bespoke items that are not available commercially. The Workshop uses AutoDesk AutoSketch and Inventor 2020software packages to draw and model designs. This can be saved in various formats for ease of opening and can be used in conjunction with a 3D printer to produce rapid protyping from a variety of materials. 

The Specialist Mechanical Workshop is part of the Healthcare Science & Technology Service Line which operates within the ISO 9001: 2015 internationally recognised Quality Management Standard.

The examples of mechanical engineering and rehabilitation tasks carried out to date is too exhaustive to include here - for further information please view our:

workshop presentation.

The Workshop also services and maintains manual wheelchairs (including portering chairs) and surgical instruments for Theatres. 

Image of work of the team

Workshop Process Flows (how we operate) and Customer Request Forms 

 

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