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Our machining capabilities include:

3, 4, and 5 Axis CNC Machines
CNC Lathe machines
CNC Turn Mills
EDM Wire Cutting Machines
CMM Measuring Machine

Final Finishing Options Available:

Laser Marking
Hard Black Anodizing
Titanium Anodizing
Bead Blasting
Electro Polishing
Hand Polishing
Brushed finish
Machine line finish

Quality Control:

Quality control forms an integral part of the whole production process to measure conformity and quality at various stages and concludes at postproduction with a final inspection before the product will be released for preservation or shipping to a customer.

Materials we work with

Our skillset includes machining thermally stable exotic alloys, high strength and corrosion resistant stainless steels, aircraft grade non-ferrous metals as well as high performance polymers. We always welcome the challenge of machining new materials.

Examples of materials machined here include the likes of:

  • Titanium
  • Invar & Super Invar
  • Inconel
  • Duplex & Super Duplex Stainless Steels
  • Nitronic 50 & 60
  • Saf 2205
  • 316, 304 & 17-4PH Stainless Steels
  • 7075 & 6082-T6 Aluminum
  • AB2 Bronze
  • Brass
  • Copper
  • Delrin
  • UHMWPE (Ultra-High-Molecular-Weight-Polyethylene)
  • Vesconite
  • Nylatron
  • PEKK
  • PEEK

…to name a few.



A preferred choice in the Aerospace, Marine, Motor Sport and Medical industries:
Titanium alloys have a high tensile strength to density ratio, high corrosion resistance, fatigue resistance, high crack resistance, and ability to withstand moderately high temperatures without creeping.

Interesting facts:
  • About two thirds of all titanium metal produced is used in aircraft engines and frames and accounts for almost 50% of all alloys used in aircraft applications.  As strong as steel but 45% lighter.
  • Titanium has excellent biocompatibility and the inherent ability to Osseo Integrate, enabling use in dental implants that can last for over 30 years and therefore also a favorite for orthopedic implant applications.
  • It is also non-ferromagnetic so patients with titanium implants can be safely examined with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).


A preferred choice in the Aerospace and Nuclear industries:
Inconel is a nickel-chromium-based superalloy used in extreme environments where components are subjected to high temperature, pressure or mechanical loads. It is oxidation- and corrosion-resistant, and retains its strength over a wide temperature range.

Interesting facts:
  • When heated, it forms a thick, stable, passivating oxide layer protecting the surface from further attack which also makes it very difficult to machine.
  • Next time you see a rocket engine in action, think Inconel.


Invar 36 and Super Invar 32-5, preferred choices in the Aerospace industry:

Invar is used where high dimensional stability is required, such as high precision instruments, clocks, seismic gauges, aerospace parts, and various other temperature-sensitive devices.

Interesting facts:
  • The name Invar comes from the word invariable, referring to its relative lack of expansion or contraction with temperature changes.
  • This this near-zero coefficient of thermal expansion makes it a preferred choice in the aerospace industry an where a part’s dimensions need to remain constant, despite varying temperatures. Like dimension-sensitive optics of astronomical telescopes and outer space optic equipment.


A preferred choice across a wide range of industries:

Duplex stainless steels are a specific group of engineering stainless steel materials consisting of the austenitic and ferritic phase in roughly equal proportions in the microstructure, hence the word “duplex”. They are popular due to their good corrosion resistance and high strength.

Interesting facts:
  • Not easy to machine due to high austenite content, elevated nitrogen levels, and increased alloy composition.
  • Often has up to twice the strength of both austenitic and ferritic stainless-steel grades.
  • Cost-effective metal choice for common applications.
  • It also goes by the name SAF or RAF2205.


A preferred choice across a wide range of industries:

Nitronic is the trade name for a collection of nitrogen-strengthened austenitic stainless steel alloys and was developed for its high strength to weigh ratio.

Interesting facts:
  • The addition of nitrogen to the alloy gives Nitronic its name.
  • It has good strength and corrosion resistance and is easy to fabricate.
  • It can be cold worked and compressed to increase its strength.
  • Nitronic 40 is used in the aerospace industry as hydraulic tubing.
  • Nitronic 50 is used in marine environments, including boat shafting and solid rod rigging. It is also used in the production of valve stems.
  • Nitronic 60 is recognized for its exceptional ability to withstand corrosion.


A preferred choice in the Aerospace, Marine, Nuclear and Medical industries:

High-performance polymers/plastics meet higher requirements than standard/engineering plastics. When subjected to harsh environments such as high pressure, high temperatures or corrosive substances, they retain their desirable chemical, mechanical and thermal properties.

Aerospace and nuclear technology needs have very much driven the development of high-performance polymers.