We offer our clients affordable, cost-efficient solutions for our services. We understand the constant pressures brought on by project deadlines, mounting construction costs, and reliability of supply, and seek to tailor our services to meet our clients’ needs. In turn, our clients can achieve their business goals, and we build stronger relationships with their clients.
Our services are geared to help our clients save money and other resources. We rely on precise, state-of-the-art Computer Numerical Control (CNC) technology, which simplifies tasks significantly and allows us to handle even the most complex customer requirements while cutting on labour costs and manpower. We can adapt our services and machinery to meet a wide variety of industry tasks.
A decade ago, CNC manufacturing mainly prioritised speed, feeds, and certain specs. While these components remain essential, the industry has increasingly focused on adopting automated machining operations. Robots and other automated systems have gained widespread acceptance for their swift and efficient materials handling capabilities.
At Berkeley Engineering have adopted automation as a vital part of our industrial operations. Our machines are fitted with robotic parts and automatic bar feeders to simplify our processes. They allow us to successfully manufacture our precision quality products while allowing us to reduce labour and operating costs. Significant savings can be had with high volumes of work.
A bar feeder is a material handling accessory commonly used in machining and metalworking. They are usually applied to turning and milling machines, and are designed to deliver a steady stream of matching stock to the machine tool.
The higher the volume of work needed, the more cost-efficient the process becomes.
Our bar-fed machines are a key component of our cost-effective services. Eleven out of our sixteen CNC machines are fitted with automatic bar feeders. They streamline and speed up the delivery process, saving us crucial time and allowing us to handle larger volumes of work at lower costs than usual.