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S.M.C. Sterling

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of Sterling Works, Blacknell Lane, Crewkerne

Sintered metal components

Oct 1962.
Oct 1966.

One of the first British companies to make metal components from powder by sintering.

1959 Subsidiary of Sterling Industries[1]

1962 Sintered Metal Components (Chard)

1963 Motor Show exhibitor. Sintered metallic components.[2]

1967 BSA acquired S.M.C. Sterling of Crewkerne, and would amalgamate it with its own sintering operation at Sparkbrook[3]

Presumably became BSA Sintered Components

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Sources of Information

  1. The Times, Aug 06, 1959
  2. 1963 Motor Show
  3. The Times , Sep 12, 1967