Industrial Photography – Manufacturing Process Project

Norwich based creative marketing and branding agency “The Creative Armoury” commissioned me to document the manufacturing process of a product one of their clients developed. This involved various aspects of industrial photography including photographing welding and grinding as well as shots of raw materials and the nearly finished machinery itself. This took place on an industrial estate on the outskirts of Norwich in Norfolk, UK.

Here are some of the raw materials typically used in this type of industrial manufacturing process:

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Saw used to initially cut metal tubes to size:

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Scrap offcuts of metal shavings following on from the manufacturing process:

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Welding together metal parts of the frame:

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Grinding off excess weld and finishing the surface:

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The sparks certainly fly in this type of industrial process! I must say that industrial photography of this kind is a great deal of fun as a photographer!

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Nearly finished sections of the machinery:

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All images © Joe Lenton, 2016