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Supplier of Chain Sprockets

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Major supplier of all types of chain sprockets

Standard or Specials available in all materials.



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Reverse Engineering


Forrest Precision Engineering are one of a few companies in Scotland who can manufacture and refurbish vintage engineering parts for a wide variety of transport vehicles.


Our engineering team are highly skilled and have a vast wealth of experience in reverse engineering, allowing us to use traditional engineering methods as well a modern techniques to make the precise component you require.


Forrest Precision Engineers can quickly supply solutions for obsolete parts and purpose built machinery that are difficult to obtain spare parts for. We can help improve the lifespan of your parts and gears. We can offer our expert advice to make minor adjustments in a gear's design, specifying a longer lasting material or recommend heat treatments which will increase the life of your parts and gears.

Traditional Engineering


Our engineers can reverse engineer, repair, rebuild, or replace gears and worn parts for almost any machine or vintage vehicle.


Reverse Engineering Work Undertaken:



Other areas of work undertaken:


  • Steam trains
  • Steam boat / paddle steamer
  • Vintage engines
  • Traction engines
  • Vintage engineering
  • Vintage gears
  • Prototyping
  • Jobbing


Contact us to send in your old, worn and broken parts. We can then make exact replacements or improved replacement parts based on the originals.






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Reverse Engineering & Traditional Engineering

We offer reverse engineering services for virtually any component or gear include worm, helical, bevel, spur, herringbone, sprocket, double helical, rack, internal & spline gears.

Our skilled work force can reproduce components based on damaged and worn parts. Usually we reverse engineer gears or components from a sample if a drawing of the gear is not available.




View the Reverse Engineering Section