For anyone looking for precision parts in the Manchester area, B&A Precision Engineering has a range of engineering services aimed at providing the ultimate in high quality, affordable components. Equipped with the very latest in modern CNC machining equipment and a team of highly skilled, fully qualified operators, B&A Precision Engineering can manufacture high quality, precision parts and components to companies in the pharmaceutical, automotive, printing, nuclear, battery and food industries.
Our many years of experience in the industry, combined with the investment we have made in our state of the art machinery has enabled us to provide a complete precision engineering service to all our customers. That means that whatever your demands, deadlines and budgets, we have the means of delivering; increasing your productivity and lowering your costs.
With our CNC Turning service we can manufacture quality turned parts using a wide variety of CNC Lathes to shape a whole host of materials including steel, copper, bronze, aluminium, Teflon and acrylic. Although many turned parts use a single axis of revolution there is the option of multiple axis for optimum flexibility. CNC Turning can also be combined with CNC Milling to create more diverse shapes.
Our state of the art, high performance milling centres allow us to perform many detailed processes in one single, accurate operation. This is perfect for anyone wanting large quantities of complex parts delivered in an efficient and reliable manner.
Over the years we have earned a reputation for being one of the most reliable and cost effective providers of precision parts in Manchester and throughout the UK; with an enviable portfolio involving some of the countries largest companies.
I am really pleased with the quality and speed of response from B & A Precision Engineering. We provided a brief description of the task and they simply did the job!
James Morgan, Kent
Because B & A offer so many services I can get all my engineering done from the one company, saving me time and money. Simon Hopkins, Manchester