On-Site Machining

Providing the most time-considerate and cost-effective solution for resolving machinery downtime, our mobile workshop ensures we can repair critical componentry on-site.

Lenoch Engineering forms our processes around the needs of our clients; our mobile workshop has been established as a way of addressing the time-sensitive nature of emergency repair and refurbishment, ensuring machinery downtime is limited through a fast response and immediate action - 24 hours, 7 days a week.

Emergency On-Site
Machining Services

With decades of experience within the manufacturing industry, Lenoch Engineering has established ourselves as a reliable and professional name upon which our clients can depend for the production of high-performance parts, produced on budget and within restricted timescales.

It is this flexibility in our services to attain premium parts which enables the high levels of customer satisfaction received by Lenoch Engineering across commercial and manufacturing operations.

We can undertake essential inspection and manufacturing processes on-site with the help of our mobile workshop, for immediate action against machinery failure, especially in-situ repairs, construction or modification, and planned shutdowns.

Our comprehensive machining processes include drilling and turning, as well as coded welding. Lenoch Engineering can further provide reverse engineering performed upon a Faro Arm to determine refurbishment details before machining.

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    Our team can work with a range of materials, including exotic metals, for the repair of machinery components; this is further enabled by our extensive stock of materials which allows us to swiftly respond to all types of emergency callouts.

    We provide our 24-hour on-site machining services throughout the UK.

    Turning: Involves a cutting tool removing material from the surface of a rotating workpiece. This process is typically used to create cylindrical parts, offering precision and efficiency.

    Milling: Employs a rotating tool to remove material from a stationary workpiece. Milling is versatile, capable of creating a wide range of shapes and features, including slots, holes, and complex surfaces.

    Drilling: This process involves creating holes in a workpiece using a rotating drill bit. It is commonly used for making holes of various sizes and depths, essential for numerous engineering applications.