Engineering innovations as diverse as developments in boring bars, developing a furnace to extract metal linings, developing new ways to speed up CNC programming and developing a new brain teasing metal puzzle all went into the mix for a Chesterfield-based company which received £24k this year in R&D Tax Credits, to take their total returns from the scheme to almost £83,000. Nothing boring in the work, no puzzles with the numbers, just solid and full support from randd uk to maximise the claims and carry them through with minimal work from the client.
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