Artec Engineering have been specialists in metal spinning for over half a century. During that time, Artec have established themselves in many fields of metal work. Below are a few case studies of the work that Artec Engineering have produced over the years.


Artec Engineering were approached by a school to create a Time Capsule that students were to bury for 100 years, the materials used and Metal Welding applied were therefore crucial to ensuring the contents of the time capsule remained intact.

Using a very basic hand-drawn sketch from the customer, Artec developed the design hand in hand with them and commenced work.

Work started by Metal Spinning the two ends, then the Metal cylinder was fabricated. The flanges were then laser cut and welded to the assembly. The project was then completed with an industrial brush finish, specified by the customer so the capsule looked ‘industrial’,

The job took 1 week from start to finish and was delivered to the customer without issue.


The Crown of Stupa is the top section of one of eight shrines that are relevant the Buddhist faith. This section is made as The Moon, The Sun, The Crown and the cone emulating 23 stages of enlightenment.

Artec Engineering worked with drawings & images of existing temples in Tibet. This is the first of its kind in the UK.

The cone was formed over an MDF former which has remained in situ. The crown was developed as a cone then spun to the correct form on another MDF former. The moon was hand formed and the sun was metal spun then covered with a back plate to give the impression of a soild item.


Artec Engineering sucessfully delivered a vibrating/oscillating three tier drinks dispencer.

Job Title: Time Capsule Customer: School
Materials: Stainless Steel Skills Used:

Artec Engineering were approached by a school to create a Time Capsule that students were to bury for 100 years, the materials used and Metal Welding applied were therefore crucial to ensuring the contents of the time capsule remained intact.

Using a very basic hand-drawn sketch from the customer, Artec developed the design hand in hand with them and commenced work.

Work started by Metal Spinning the two ends, then the Metal cylinder was fabricated. The flanges were then laser cut and welded to the assembly. The project was then completed with an industrial brush finish, specified by the customer so the capsule looked ‘industrial’,

The job took 1 week from start to finish and was delivered to the customer without issue.

Job Title: Crown of Stupa Customer: Buddhist Community Centre UK
Materials: Brass
Skills Used:

The Crown of Stupa is the top section of one of eight shrines that are relevant the Buddhist faith. This section is made as The Moon, The Sun, The Crown and the cone emulating 23 stages of enlightenment.

Artec Engineering worked with drawings & images of existing temples in Tibet. This is the first of its kind in the UK.

The cone was formed over an MDF former which has remained in situ. The crown was developed as a cone then spun to the correct form on another MDF former. The moon was hand formed and the sun was metal spun then covered with a back plate to give the impression of a soild item.

Job Title: Chladi Bowl Customer: UK Catering Company
Materials: Brass
Skills Used:

Artec Engineering sucessfully delivered a vibrating/oscillating three tier drinks dispencer.