Low Volume CNC Milling
Complex, difficult or just urgent, we specialise in low volume CNC Milling. We have the latest state of the art machining equipment so your job can be completed quickly and accurately. We always deliver when you need it done no matter what the time frame you give us.
High Precision CNC Machining
We are experts in the field of High Precision CNC machining were complicated mechanical parts need to be exact. We have the latest equipment so we can deal with the most demanding of jobs no matter what time frame. Our company prides ourselves on its fast response time.
CNC Machining of Large Hydraulic Manifold The client required a large hydraulic manifold to be machined from a block of aluminium 1100 x 600 x 400mm. With the manifold needing to be machined to a high tolerance as a high level of accuracy was required by the client. The client already had the 3D CAD data for the manifold along with the manufacturing drawings. Read More
Electronics Enclosure This case study was from a client who was very specific about the requirements for this electronics enclosure for the exact positional tolerances. It was a challenging job and one we completed to perfection. Read More
High Precision Aerospace Fixture The case study for this job was for an aerospace part that was no longer available to purchase. We had limited information to go on, but once again we finished this job to a very high standard resulting in another happy customer. Read More
Mechanical Prototyping of a Fishing Reel The client for this case study had a new fishing reel concept that they wanted us to manufacturer so they could test it out before taking the design further. As the fishing reel had to be fully functioning we had many areas to design for the client so they could undergo further testing. Read More
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October 16th, 2017
Reverse engineering is when a product manufactured by someone else is reproduced after examining its construction and composition - it is a process which involves disassembling or deconstructing the product, analysing its components and workings and then producing something similar or the same. It is also known as ‘back engineering’.While this might at first sound like a process for ripping something off (and itRead More
August 18th, 2017
CAD stands for Computer Aided Design and combined with CAM (Computer Aided Manufacturing) it allows designers to use computer systems to first design a product and then to control the manufacturing processes. In other words once an engineer has created a design using CAD, the design itself can then control the machines that construct the component.Thompson Precision have always been early adopters of technologyRead More