Precision Engineering, also called CNC Machining, is a commonly used process in engineering shops for machine components/parts to certain sizes and shapes. It is a part of the manufacturing proceedure of many metal and plastic products. Precision machining can also be used on materials such as wood, plastic, ceramic, and composites etc.
Within C-Mac's engineering department (sydney based), we provide precision machining, turning and milling services by utilising CNC (Computer Numerical Control) advanced machinery and milling machines sometimes known as machining centres or mills. CNC Lathes, and other cutting machinery are also utilised throughout the process.
For over 50 years, C-Mac has been providing this service for different industries. Customers’ satisfaction is always our first priority. Whether it is a small part or a big machining project, our proven engineering capability would meet your requirement and provide the best solution.
When it comes to new components and parts quality, accuracy and consistency are always what we at C-Mac are after, Our experienced machinists trully understand your milling and turning needs and always provide what is asked for and needed, to guarantee your long term benefit.
C-Mac strives to ensure that your new precision parts will fit accurately into your machinery and work well for a long period of time. Not only our advanced equipment but also our dedicated engineers make sure that your jobs are in safe hands. Our recording system also helps to document your job, which saves your valuable time and eliminate costs and mistakes when re-ordering in the future.
1. Gears such as spur gear, helical gear, worm gear, herringbone gear; sprockets etc;
2. Pins, pulleys, fittings, threading, rollers, screws; shafts including couplings;
3. Piston control valves, brass inserts, neck rings, shaft sleeves, hose connector, nuts (domed, elbow, lock), nipples, nozzles, sockets, rods, bleed screws, studs, plugs, pistons, rivets, valves, spindles, bolts, tubes