Are you looking for specialist CNC milling & turning for your industry? Do you need custom or bespoke parts to a precise specification? If so, look no further than BEC Engineering. At BEC Engineering, we specialise in high quality CNC milling & turning. We are fully equipped for all CNC milling & turning tasks, and we have competitive pricing that can help you to keep within a budget.
What is CNC milling & turning?
CNC milling & turning refers to a machining process that is used to create bespoke parts or components. CNC stands for ‘computer numerical control’ because the process is controlled by a computer programme. Milling & turning are machining process which are used to cut or grind away material from the original piece to leave behind just the shape of the part that is required.
What materials can be machined using CNC milling & turning?
There are many materials that can be machined using CNC milling & turning. This is one of the reasons that it is useful in so many types of industry or project. For example, CNC milling & turning can be used to work many types of metal, as well as plastics, glass and wood. The specific metals that can be worked will depend on factors like the size of component and the design, but at BEC Engineering, we can advise you on the options that are available to you for your component or design.
What industries need CNC milling & turning?
There are too many industries to name! If your industry uses an sort of components that need to be machined, then CNC milling & turning is probably useful for you. All sorts of parts, components and tools can be created using CNC milling & turning. Essentially, if you need a precision part that is machined to a precise specification, then the CNC milling & turning we offer at BEC Engineering is the best choice.
What are the advantages to CNC milling & turning over other techniques?
Milling & turning are not new methods. They have been used in machining tasks for over a century. Milling involves using cutting blades to cut away at a material. Sometimes the table moves around the cutting blades, and sometimes the cutting blades move. Turning involves spinning the material at high speed and using cutting tools to trim away the waste material. Although both methods have been used by craftsmen for many years, the computer control in CNC milling & turning introduced a new level of precision. This removes the risk of human error because every move is controlled far more precisely than a human hand can achieve, with the result that the finished product will be consistently accurate.
What should I do if I need CNC milling & turning?
For all enquiries about CNC milling & turning, including for a no-obligation quote or to discuss the options for your component, get in touch with our team. You will find the details on the website.