CNC machining is a versatile manufacturing technique that is capable of producing a range of component types from a variety of materials. CNC machining is best known for producing precision metal parts for use in automotive, engineering and aerospace applications, but the method is also equally adept at producing more unusual objects, such as ornaments or even pieces of art.
Below is a look at some of the different component styles that CNC machining can produce:
Using metals such as aluminium, steel, brass, copper, bronze or even titanium, our equipment can produce a wide variety of precision machined components for automotive manufacture, as well as other applications.
Aluminium Components – being both lightweight and strong, aluminium is a fantastic material for CNC machined parts that are used in high-tech industries. It is highly corrosion-resistant too, making aluminium components useful for numerous applications.
Steel Components – economical (although often more expensive than aluminium components because more time is needed to machine them) and strong, CNC machined steel parts are used in a wide range of industries including automotive and aerospace.
Brass Components – machined brass parts are frequently used in electronic contacts and hardware, and many other commercial products. Relatively low cost and extremely easy to machine, brass components are a popular choice among our customers.
Modern acrylic materials are highly versatile and, as such, can be used to create a wide range of products using CNC machining techniques. These products include everything from complex machinery components for micro fluidic devices, right through to more straightforward things like signage or company logos.
These materials can also be used to create ornaments and art pieces for use around the home or office.
In fact, there is only one limit to what can be created using acrylics: your imagination.
CNC machining techniques can be used in the manufacture of printed circuit boards. CNC machining allows for precision drilling of the board, to help ensure that it is as electrically efficient as possible.
By entrusting B&A Precision Engineering with your CNC machining needs, you can be sure that you will be getting components of the very highest quality, produced using all the latest CNC machining techniques. To discuss how we could help with your component needs, get in touch with our team on 01772 330 321 today. We’re also active on Twitter, feel free to give us a follow!