About us

Since Lynar Manufacturing was established in 1963, the company has built a first class reputation across the UK for quality, efficiency and reliability in services ranging from one-off prototypes right through to a fully assembled component.

Our company is led by a management team with years of hands-on experience in engineering, who are committed to ensuring Lynar is at the forefront of new developments in methods and equipment.

Ongoing investment ensures that we offer clients the most up-to-date resources for tooling and prototypes, wire erosion, metal pressings, sheet metal work and assembly. Taken with the expertise of our skilled team and our focus on quality control, it’s a winning combination.

We work across a wide range of industry sectors, including;

  • Aerospace
  • Agriculture
  • Automotive
  • Energy
  • Furniture
  • Lighting
  • Marine
  • Medical
  • Office equipment
  • All types of manufacturing requiring metal parts.

Whether you need a one-off item or a large capacity order, we will work with you to deliver an on-time, value for money service. We are also proactive in advising clients on cost reduction.



"I am delighted to report that the quality of output, and customer support provided by LYNAR, has remained at the exemplary level we have become accustomed, our several years contact.

In some cases, the high precision required of some components has only been possible using expertise that LYNAR offer around their ‘wire-erosion’ capabilities; this has enabled a ‘class’ of tooling component that we could previous not address routinely.

We are appreciative of the prioritisation which has frequently been necessary, in order to achieve the extremely rapid turn-around of key projects.

Further, it has frequently been valuable to take advantage of LYNAR’s preparedness to work flexibly with prototype tooling designs, enabling design to evolve dynamically during build.

Altogether, another excellent year, and we take this opportunity to thank and congratulate your team, for your ongoing support."

Gary Sapsford, Principal Engineer, Scintacor - the new name for Applied Scintillation Technologies

28th July 2015