• Automotive Machining
    Automotive machining covers the manufacture of components that are used to construct land based vehicles, such as lorries, cars and motorbikes
  • Bead Blasting
    Bead blasting is the process of smoothing and shaping a hard surface by firing solid particles across that surface at high speeds. Sometimes referred to as sandblasting
  • CNC
    Computer Numerical Control. Refers to a machine or tool whose operation is automated by computer, rather than manually by human operators
  • CNC Lathe
    A CNC lathe is a computer controlled tool which rotates a chunk of material (like wood or metal) to perform various functions including sanding, drilling and cutting. Table legs, camshafts and crankshafts are all objects that are formed using a lathe
  • CNC Milling
    A CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling machine can perform an immense number of complex operations, such as planing, drilling, rebating and the general shaping of metal (or other materials) parts, all controlled by a computer program for accuracy and repeatability
  • CNC Turning
    CNC or manual turning is the process used to produce cylindrical components. CNC turning can be used to create hubs, bushes, pulleys, shafts etc. A lathe is the machine used to perform turning operations