Precision CNC Machining

Lenoch Engineering’s comprehensive machining service is guided by the pride we take in our work, using quality materials and exercising our skill to ensure we create precision products that have been built for optimum performance.

Our ability to provide CNC machining ensures unique customer demands are met in a timely manner, delivering a flexible service which can be tailored to meet the requirements of individual projects.

Throughout these processes, we ensure our customers are informed of our progress, and guided through any potential obstacles, so as to provide a completely transparent and trustworthy service that can be relied upon time and time again.

Lenoch Engineering undertakes machining on a range of CNC and manual 3 and 4 axis machines, carefully selecting the best course of action for individual parts to ensure a time-efficient machining process.

Our rapid response to initial enquiries, paired with quick delivery (typically within 24 hours), ensures time-efficiency is at the forefront of our services, without deducting from quality.

Our comprehensive machining services include:

  • Milling
  • Turning
  • Grinding
  • Drilling

Machining can be achieved on all types of materials, including a wide range of metals and exotic metals, plastics, and ceramics.

Lenoch Engineer’s precision engineering services are offered on a global scale, with experience catering to global clients.

FAQs

What is CNC machining?

CNC machining, or computer numerical control machining, is a process used to create a wide variety of products from a range of materials. This highly precise and versatile manufacturing technique uses sophisticated computer programs to control tooling, shaping raw materials into products through techniques such as milling, turning, grinding and drilling.

What can CNC machining make?

CNC machines can work with metals such as steel, aluminium, brass, and titanium, as well as plastic compounds like polyethylene, polycarbonate, and thermoplastics. They can produce a variety of products, used within sectors such as automotive and aerospace, defence, and industrial machinery.

What are the advantages of CNC machining?

Some of the main advantages of CNC machining include:

 

  • Tight tolerances
  • Reduced scrap
  • Time-efficient
  • Accuracy and consistency across products, making CNC advantageous for large volume batches