Quality begets quality, and when it comes to the machines we use in our factory, there are no exceptions. In order to make a product that lives up to the Built to Last standard, we ensure we use machines that work cleanly, efficiently and always to our exacting requirements. The Salvagnini P4xe is a recent investment that helps our factory fulfil the expectations set down by our Built to Last ethos.

As a company, Bott prides itself on supporting projects determined to push the boundaries of science engineering, technology and manufacturing in the effort to create something truly exceptional. Bloodhound SSC's goal of building a supersonic car that will beat the land speed record is undoubtedly one such project, making their visit to our Bude facility on Friday 26th September a cause for great excitement.

Without quality equipment and reliable manufacturing methods, a great idea rarely becomes a great product. Part of the Built to Last philosophy is ensuring that the machines we use in our factory produce high quality, durable pieces as efficiently as possible and with this in mind, our investment in Amada's EM Mark II punching machine represents another big step towards that goal.

Alan Oversby, team rider for Davies Motorsport, supported by Bott, took the fastest lap in the 350cc class qualifying at the 2014 Isle of Man Classic TT races, with a time of 22:37 round the 37-mile course. Alan pulled out the stops to achieve an average speed of 100.5mph, being the only rider to break the 100mph barrier in the class, during the first days practice.

The concepts that have influenced our Built to Last ethos come from many different people and places, not least the example set by great engineers of the past. Of all of these, the work of Isambard Kingdom Brunel, its innovation, longevity and impact on the landscape and culture of Great Britain, provides the inspiration for all the products we create at Bott.

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