The machine shop we proudly own further maximises the strengths and knowledge we hold for creating high quality components and products. The majority of our machines are CNC controlled.
CNC Turning Experts
The in-house machinery available to us gives the options of CNC or manual turning.
Our specialist machining centre has produced thousands of components, both complex and basic, to a high standard for many clients across the globe. We’ve manufactured bespoke tooling and precision equipment such as glassblowing kits, medical measuring tools and marine machinery components.
Maximum table of 1mm to 500mm diameter swing by 2 metres length
Manual and CNC Milling
CNC and manual capacity including 24 tool Hurco VMX 4th axis machining centre.
Incorporating the ability to download 2D and 3D drawings for direct programming and total control, we produce accurate milled products. Machined items such as sprockets, change parts, bayonets and pump housings are not uncommon for our machine shop to process. Do you need a bespoke transition solution?
Our maximum table is 1200mm (long) x 600mm (wide) x 400mm (height)
Rapid Machining Response
Our machining centre is dedicated to producing your orders including batch work and single or multi-part prototypes.
These can be delivered quickly because of our efficient manual and CNC machining centre, working well for rapid prototyping. Our high-speed, state-of-the-art CNC machines can produce parts with absolute accuracy, giving reliable results every time.
Our Machining Equipment
The machine shop we boast has great capability to machine and turn a range of materials into high quality components. Our equipment is second to none, with the likes of;
Proturn SLX 355
Typical materials we machine
High quality stainless
Brass and other associated alloys
Wide range of plastics
Freshlook offer absolute production services
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We welcome your requests for materials not mentioned above. Are you looking for a large machined steel part or a small aluminium test piece?