Precision CNC machining, turning & finishing

Our precision CNC machining, CNC turning and finishing services give you a full range of production options for the manufacture of customised components and assemblies. 

 

As one of the few engineering companies in the world with both inhouse CNC machining and precision cold forming facilities, we’re able to give you a full choice of production methods, regardless of volume, quality or delivery requirements. 

 

We invest heavily in advanced CNC machining tools, support systems and in our teams of highly skilled design, production and quality engineers. In particular, we operate dedicated manufacturing cells, including unmanned FMS cells for both milling and turning, plus multi-spindle machining centres with virtually zero chip to chip tool change and high-speed spindle speeds. Combined, these result in a high output at exceptional quality and at low part cost.

Integrated design and manufacturefor CNC machining and turning 

 

Our CNC milling and turning facilities form an integral part of our overall design and manufacturing capability, bringing you:

  • a complete precision engineering solution – a one-stop shop 
  • choice, flexibility, and control 
  • 24/7 production capacity 
  • unrivalled knowledge, many years of experience and dedicated resources
  • the ability to improve component performance and functionality, while reducing cost.

What is CNC machining?

 

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) Machining is a subtractive engineering process, where metal is gradually removed from a blank of metal or plastic using milling, turning or grinding. 

 

Although this produces a high proportion of waste material, especially when compared with cold forming, it is nonetheless widely used for its ability to provide extremely accurate, high tolerance parts in an extensive range of materials.

 

CNC machining is ideal for both low and high volume production, from the manufacture of a single part to many millions of identical components. Parts are normally designed as a 2D or 3D CAD (Computer Aided Design) file, using industry standard software such as AutoCAD. Once the design has been completed the file is converted to a program that can be downloaded to the CNC machine. 

 

Modern CNC machining centres are capable of handling highly complex, multi-stage programs, with multiple machining operations using a range of tools in specially designed tooling heads; often these will have quick-change capabilities to improve productivity still further. 

To learn more about our CNC machining services please contact our engineering team today.

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