Our CNC Machining Services
We precision machine a huge range of items across a very broad range of industries using a range of materials that include: a variety of stainless steels, mild steel, special steels, brass alloys, copper alloys, aluminium, even various plastics. With our top-of-the-line CNC machinery, fine-tuned with our 80 years of industry experience and a highly skilled team of engineers, we can assure you that we can meet your milling, turning and threading needs.
A 5 Axis CNC Turning machine is a mechanism that uses automated CNC computing to move a cutting tool or machine part along five different axes at the same time. The machine operates as a single-setup system, which helps reduce lead time and increase efficiency.
At Berkeley Engineering, we use a 5 Axis CNC Turning machine to produce our turned components using repetition engineering to mass produce multiple quantities of each item. We produce a wide variety of turned products made from different materials. With 11 out of our 16 machines fitted with automated bar feeders, we are capable of handling sizeable volumes of work at little cost.
CNC mills are capable of operating using programs comprised of letter and number-based prompts that guide materials across various distances. CNC milling has several distinct advantages, such as multiplying output five times faster on average, increased precision, and automated cooling, to name a few. They also have more integration with CAD programs.
We utilise a wide range of advanced, automated technology to manufacture our products. Our CNC milling division machine is capable of handling almost any material, down to the toughest and most rigid steel. Additionally, it can operate on materials of any shape with sizes of 2500mm long by 700mm wide by 600mm high.
Our Industrial Capabilities
Our advanced CNC machining has allowed us to expand our ability to produce for various industries. Over the years, our services have grown to include:
- High and low volume production
- Turning up to 250 mm diameter
- Turning up to 650 mm length
- Thread rolling up to 20 mm diameter
- Milling and slotting
- Cross drilling and tapping
- Non-concentric work
- Sheet metal and press work
- Integrated assembly work