CNC Turning Centers

A Turning Center is a Lathe with a Computer Numerical Control (CNC). Turning is the machining process used to make cylindrical parts, during which the cutting tool moves in a linear fashion while the workpiece is clamped and rotated by a spinle usually with a chuck. There have been vast cutting improvements on turning centers in recent years, by the introduction of driven tools (live tools) in the turret, with a C-axis on the spindle, enabling a wide variety of milling functions to be performed on a lathe in one set up, ensuring maximum accuracy of the part. 

About Company

Our clients range from FTSE companies, to large organisations and some small local businesses who are striving to expand.

To see a detailed list of our works and the progress please see our project page.

Cape Town Office

25 Mail Street, Western Province Park, Epping, Cape Town, 7460
+27 21 534 5351
FAX: +27 21 534 3374

Johannesburg Office

Corner of Atlas and Templehof South Road, Bonaero Park, Johannesburg
+27 11 970 7005
FAX: +27 86 678 9360