This September, we are celebrating our 40th anniversary, since being established in 1977! This anniversary is important to us as testament to our many years of success and experience in the landscape, construction and agricultural industries. Since the Confor Woodland Show corresponds perfectly, we are celebrating at our stand, W47, on the 7th and 8th of September.
Autoguide Equipment recently sponsored a project at the University of Bath within the Mechanical Engineering Department. As part of the third year of study, students undertake a group design and business project to develop an idea, design a product and produce a business plan. Autoguide have had an idea for a small self-propelled machine that is capable of installing screw piles so proposed the idea and two teams of 6 students worked against each other to develop the best design.
The students recently presented their work at the Design Exhibition where we were very impressed with their work. The detailed design showed how much effort and work they had put into the project, with some very promising results. The design team now await the detailed reports to decide whether either design is feasible for production!
Autoguide's range of Torque Heads for Screw Pile installation include both hand-held and excavator versions. Autoguide also design and manufacture custom and large Torque Heads such as the 210XV, the largest in Europe.
This Hinowa Track Base fitted with an Autoguide Winch System is a new product designed for the forestry and leisure industries. Have a look at our website, or give us a call on 01380 850885 for further details. ...
For anyone who has been following us for a while, you will know that we made the decision to stop exhibiting at Saltex a few years ago. When the show decided to move indoors in 2015, we felt the show would miss its ‘ground care’ aspect.
Despite this – we still attend the show each year to see some familiar faces and this year was no exception. Thanks for everyone who stopped to chat and sorry for those we missed – we’ll see you again next year! ...
We've recently been involved in a really interesting project involving using screw piles for 'Eco-moorings'. The hope is that by moving away from traditional chain moorings, seagrass meadows will regenerate, which will have a wide array of benefits! Read more below from the Marine Conservation Society.