Quality CNC Machining Services & Precision Engineering

Precision Engineering

Quality Milled & Turned Parts

D&M offers CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machining services, making us the ideal solution for your needs. You will get the most accurate, cost-effective, high-quality products every time you place an order with us.

When it comes to machining, you want an experienced company handling your work. We have a highly skilled team of precision engineers with decades of experience creating machined parts using manual and computer-controlled processes.

Our in-house machine shop comprises two CNC milling machines, two CNC turning machines and manual milling and turning machines. Our machines are regularly maintained and checked to ensure positioning accuracy. This means that we can produce large quantities of highly accurate parts.

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CNC Machining Capabilities

Our capabilities are suitable for any size of business needs

If you can’t see the information you need or have a question about the capabilities of our machining services, get in touch. We work with trusted partners to ensure that we can always meet everyone’s individual needs; no job is too big or small.

Available Processes

  • CNC Turning
  • CNC Milling

Maximum Turning Dimensions

  • 750mm x 260mm x 75mm

Maximum Milling Dimensions

  • 1300mm (x) x 670mm (y) x 625mm (z)
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CNC Turning & Milling

What is the difference?

CNC turning is a type of precision engineering in which rods of raw material are rotated whilst a tool cuts away at the bar. The device is programmed to move the tool to the rod of raw material, cutting away at it until it is left with the programmed desired result. Depending on how many tools the turret can hold, the part can be complex. The more tools available, the more complicated it can be.

CNC milling works in the opposite way to turning; the cutting tool rotates at high speed, removing material from a fixed block of raw material. The tools spin at thousands of RPM, enabling them to cut through even the most robust materials.

Computer programs control both the turning and milling processes. These are used to manage the cuts of the customised part; this allows for high-quality, accurate, bespoke parts to be manufactured.

Machining Services Advantages

What are the advantages of CNC precision engineering?

Precision machining has many advantages that make it the ideal solution for your needs.

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Precision engineering machines are designed for speed, enabling us to hit tight deadlines knowing that large volumes of parts will maintain the same quality and accuracy throughout.

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Due to the efficiency of these machines, part quality is unmatched. You can guarantee that when cutting large volumes of products, they will all be made to the same high standard.

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Due to the nature of these machines, they can cut an extensive range of materials and thicknesses. They can cut highly customised and detailed parts easily.

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Reduced Waste

CNC Machines can use multiple tools on one project; this allows for more accurate results when creating complex parts. By using the right materials with the right tools wastage can be reduced.


Everything you need to know about precision engineering

We have the answers to all your machining questions, have a look at our frequently asked questions below. If you can’t find the answer you are looking for, then get in touch, and a team member will be on hand to help you with any questions you might have. Call us on 01765 522 222 or email us.

Why choose CNC machining?

CNC (Computer Numerically Controlled) machining is more precise. The computer controls every cut, ensuring that every cut is accurate. CNC machines can cut to 0.001″.  The accuracy of these machines cuts down on errors and wastage.

CNC machining is more cost-effective too, this is due to the fact that one operator can run multiple machines simultaneously which reduces the need for one operator per machine.

What materials can be machined?

There is a wide selection of materials that we can machine at D&M. Including:

  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Mild steel
  • Aluminium
  • Brass
What finishes are available for my part?

We offer both bead blasting and powder coating as options. Bead blasting will add a uniform, high-quality finish to your part, removing all blemishes and marks. Powder coating will give you the option to add not only a high-quality finish but also add durable, long-lasting colour to your parts.

Our Services

See what else we do

We have a wide range of metal fabrication services available for your business needs. Please take a look at the other services we have available.

Request a free quote

To learn more about our precision engineering services and get a bespoke quote, please don’t hesitate to contact the team on 01765 522 222 or send us an email.

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