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The illustrations shown below indicate the maximum general machining capacity available for CNC Turning and Vertical CNC Milling. In addition, we have considerable experience in producing bespoke turning, milling and drilling jigs and fixtures to accommodate complex machining operations.

Our particular expertise is the capability to value engineer large batch components and produce jigs and fixtures that reduce handling time. This gives our customers that all important competitive edge coupled with outstanding precision and quality.

Please call us to discuss your machining requirements, and we will be happy to advise the optimum approach to take and fully explain the capabilities we can offer to you.

CNC Lathes

Our CNC lathes are both turning and turn/mill operations, with twin turret, twin spindle capability for reduced cycle times, and a bar feed capacity of up to ø80mm. We can accommodate components that fit within the space envelope illustrated.

Maximum bar feed – 80mm diameter
Maximum diameter – 700mm dia x 110mm length
Maximum diameter – 480mm dia x 1150mm length

Star multi-axis, sliding-Headstock mill-turn machining centres

Designed to turn between ø0.8mm to ø42mm, they often half standard machining times, utilising the twin spindles. They are perfect for large batch, small components, and when set will run 24/7 allowing us to offer competitive hourly rates, coupled with excellent quality

CNC Vertical Machining Centres

We have a range of CNC vertical machining centres and can offer off line programming with fully integrated 4 axis capabilities for more complicated work. We can accommodate components that fit within the space envelope illustrated.

Maximum length – 1050mm
Maximum Width – 510mm
Maximum Height – 510mm

CNC Horizontal Machining Centre

High speed machining of numerous workpieces mounted on large multiple surface fixtures, with a weight capacity of up to 700kg. Rapid tool change time (chip to chip) of 2.6 seconds and table indexing time to 90° in 1.4 seconds with increments of 1°. These features have already reduced the cost of historic components, normally machined on vertical centres. These benefits are passed on to our customers, and attracted work from many industry sectors.