CAD CAM is the synergy between Computer Aided Design and Computer Aided Manufacturing.
Whether you require simple pierce and blank and form tools or multi-stage, full progression tooling, we will deliver on time and cost-effectively, with the consistency in product and quality that clients look for.
We can also offer clients competitive pricing by providing quotations for two options, production or tooling. Tooling prices can reduce the cost per components by up to half.
Our tooling and toolmaking services are further enhanced by our in-house wire erosion capacity and we also have an in-house CNC machine which helps for tooling and sub contract production work.
Our CNC milling process produces 2D and 3D custom end-use production parts. With machined production parts, you can also get more competitive pricing at higher quantities in addition to first article inspection reporting, material certifications, and additional finishing options like anodizing and Titanium Nitride (TiN), Physical Vapour Deposited (PVD) type coatings.
CNC milling is a subtractive manufacturing process. It starts by fixturing a block of metal or plastic material inside the CNC mill. Using G-code, the CNC machine is programmed to rapidly mill out parts from the block of raw material. Our 3 axis CNC machines are equipped with various toolsets to maximise efficiency and production speed.