200 ton Double-Ended Deep Drawing & Ironing Machine, O/No. V82480, c.1973

Order V82480 for Luxfer Ltd., Nottingham, c.1973

D7338/14/10/7506
Gloucestershire Archives
D7338/14/5/19/7507
Gloucestershire Archives
D7338/14/5/19/7512
Gloucestershire Archives
D7338/14/5/19/7512A
Gloucestershire Archives

Third photo illustrates the die area of left hand side.

Fourth photo illustrates the die area of right hand side.

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  • Good day! I ‘m looking for the manual operation of the machine Fielding & Platt DDI 120 tons. With whom I can consult the machine operation?
     
    Thanks.

    Mentor Aguilar M.

    By Mentor Aguilar Magallanes. (06/07/2016)
  • Hi John!  In this photo Tony Barton is working on the DDI machine in the new fitting shop. I went to Luxfer with John Little around 1973/4 to do some small modifications over a couple of days on this press. Regrettably, both Tony and John are no longer with us. Many years later whilst I was working as a maintenance fitter at Contract Chemicals in the Bristol Road I got to know a young man named Phil Little and he told me that he had served his time at F&P and had done a lot of work on later DDI presses. Phil’s dad was Terry Little who was also at F&P, working as an electrician.   Chippy Aston.

    By Graham Aston (03/02/2014)

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