“CERN became interested in us, partly because of our experience of working in wolfram,” explains Samuel Axklo, Technical Manager at 2B Best Business. “In this order, we’ll be supplying mechanical components in wolfram for a radiation protection chamber.”
Physical meetings have not been possible, but the collaboration has worked well remotely. Samuel Axklo has received 3D files from CERN, and used them as a basis for drawings of the mechanical parts.
“We’ve been sending the drawings back and forth to check details and the end design. It’s a really interesting approach, where everything is designed from a production perspective without compromising when it comes to function of the workpieces.”
Linc to the article in Big Science Sweden