Quality Approval to BS EN ISO 9001 : 2015 Sub-Contract Engineering to your specification.
CNC Turning and Machining Centres along with Conventional Turning and Milling.
Special projects undertaken including assemblies, prototype work and testing.
Turning refers to the machining process of shaping material (mainly metals and plastics). Unlike traditional turning on a lathe, which usually requires continuous operator attention, CNC turning allows for multiple cutting actions to be completed under computer control.
During the CNC turning process, the material is rotated and a cutting tool is moved parallel to the axis of rotation to produce precise diameters and depths. CNC turning can be performed on the outside of the workpiece or the inside (also known as boring) to produce tubular components to various geometries.
Don't worry if you don't know the difference between CNC turning and Milling; please send us your requirements and we will tell you the best way to produce what you want.
If you do have an engineering background the following Plant List might be of interest to you:
- Puma 2600
- Puma 280L
- Puma 240LC
- Puma 240LC
- Puma CT250 – with barfeed
- Harrison Alpha 550+ (Electronic Control)
A total of 6 CNC lathes enables us to produce a huge range of precision components cost effectively.
Please note that we have immediate turning capacity for all your needs - do not hesitate to contact us