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globeWelcome to CNC Technology

We are often referred to by people using different names; Precision Engineering, CNC Machining, CNC Engineering, Precision Machining, CNC Technology Engineers. We are all of them, depending upon your requirements and provided you want a quality product manufactured by us.

Quality, Precision and Passion are three values at the heart of CNC Technology’s success. The values are applied to both our "Design through to Manufacture" service and all the engineering parts we manufacture. We pride ourselves on how we professionally service our customers (we call them partners as we work closely with them) and the fact that we deliver on time and on budget… everytime.

WHY PARTNER WITH CNC TECHNOLOGY?

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  • Reliability - We build long term relationships with our CNC Engineering Partners, fully supporting them throughout the whole process; we become a trusted and integral part of your supply chain network
  • Service - We take a consultancy approach benefitting you on design ideas, new projects, working from old drawings or CAD software designs – you choose the level of involvement and expertise you require for precision CNC machining
  • Quality - Highly experienced, qualified and passionate operators are at the heart of our production
  • Value - Complex, low volume and high specification runs and jobs are our niche
  • Professional - Accurate costing, manufacture schedules and “in time” deliveries are standard service features at CNC Technology
Machine Capacity List
  • CNC turning up to 480mm diameter x 1500mm long.
  • CNC vertical milling with 4th axis 1250mm x 800mm x 750mm.
  • CNC turning with 45mm bar feed and live tooling.
  • Full 3D milling capability from customer models.
  • Spark eroding.
  • Conventional turning 550mm diameter x 1700mm long.
  • Conventional milling 850mm x 350mm x 350mm.
  • Surface grinding.
  • Cylindrical grinding.
  • Honing.
  • Reverse Engineering To Produce 3D Models Prior To Machining.

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