Marketing Manager Dan Wood explain how the company have managed to achieve such success, and how they approach engineering, as the company celebrates its 30th year of operating in the UK. New M.D and BFG (Big Friendly German – See below) also discusses why he is proud to join FEIN UK as it starts its … More New M.D & BFG – We believe in Britain
The electric power tool manufacturer/inventor talks about its part in drilling technology historically, and celebrates its recent launches since inventing drills many years before. FEIN UK also discusses a brand new product launch for the cordless rotary hammer drill. … More Cordless FEIN drilling takes another leap forward for UK users
Looking to the future, Fein UK is proud to announce that its grinding technology is now about to take another leap forward, releasing a new cordless generation of grinders. … More The next generation of FEIN grinding is here
JP Schoonbrood, owner of an automotive tuning/machining workshop recently debated whether or not he should invest in a FEIN straight grinder. Having already used no less than 4 different branded straight grinders he recently signed up to test the FEIN one, putting the machine through its paces with heavy duty applications. Did it make the standard though? … More “Fein Die Grinders Beat all others”
Here Nathan Ford, National Applications Specialist at FEIN discusses Starlock and the top ten most popular accessories for trades persons toolboxes. Since the release of Starlock in the UK back in 2016, FEIN UK has invested a lot of time advising UK multi-users about the benefits of the system, and the various application opportunities available. It … More The Top 10 Starlock Accessories
The first multi-tool machine began its life as a plaster cast saw, with an angular oscillating saw blade. It was used in the medical profession for the cutting of plaster casts, especially in orthopedics, the crescent pattern of the blade allowing it to cut through the cast whilst not damaging the patient’s skin. The mechanism of the oscillation combined with the powerful gearbox made the machine unique in its time. It took 17 years before FEIN had developed the technology into a commercial industrial tool … More Over 50 FEIN YEARS OF OSCILLATING
The industrial world has changed beyond recognition in the last 150 years. In 1867 the largest suspension bridge in the world was opened in Cincinnati, USA. The Suez Canal welcomed the first vessel through its waters and Joseph Lister discovered antiseptic surgery. It was the year when Wilhelm Emil Fein founded a company to manufacture electrical equipment.
Almost three decades after Wilhelm established his company, and only 16 years after Thomas Edison invented the incandescent electric lamp, FEIN combined the power of an electric motor with a manual drill to develop the world’s very first power tool.
… More Looking Forward, Looking Back – Power tool inventor goes cordless