Precision Turning

Precision Turning

Turning is one of the most important technologies we offer at CARSON Ltd. If you are wondering what turning is and how it differs from milling, this is the place for you. Turning is a machining process in which the material mounted in the holder rotates around its own axis – the axis of the lathe spindle. Thanks to this, you can create various types of elements such as shafts, sleeves or axles. How do lathes work? The process is simple – the processed material is mounted in the lathe, and then the cutting tool removes the unnecessary part of the material, giving it the desired shape. Now you’re probably wondering why you should choose CNC machines over conventional ones. The answer is simple – CNC machines are more precise and repeatable. Thanks to the use of numerical control, it is possible to perform very accurate and repeatable operations, which translates into high quality of the manufactured elements. See for yourself and take advantage of our CNC turning services, which will provide you with perfectly made machine parts.

CNC turning

Our modern CNC lathes are equipped with heads that support driven tools. They allow the use of drills and cutters outside the turning axis. Thanks to this, when producing your parts, within one mounting, we can immediately drill assembly holes, perform turnkey milling and produce shapes previously available only on milling machines. Thanks to this, our clamping times are shorter, we can produce parts faster and our offers are more competitive.

Our turning capabilities

Billet

  • diameter max. ΓΈ 350 mm
  • length max. 200mm

Bar

  • diameter max. ΓΈ 150 mm
  • length max. 450mm

Machine tools have an additional option – driven tools. We have several holders for machining parallel to the spindle and perpendicular to it, so we can do a lot without attaching the parts, which minimizes possible errors. In addition, these machines are very stiff and can roll with high parameters and colloquially speaking – take a really large chip.