CNC Machining

CNC Machine Station

CNC Machining to Fine Degrees


Complex Machine with Fixtures
  • CNC Turning & Milling
  • Secondary Operations
  • Small Batch Production
  • Prototype Production
  • Manual Machining
  • Efficient Capacity Planning
Manual Machine Operations

CNC Machining

Precision and quality are two elements that are of the utmost importance here at Birmingham Specialities, in fact, we take a no compromise approach on both in our pursuit to design, develop and deliver the very best machined components around. Our ethos makes us one of the leading UK based suppliers of CNC machining and turned parts, and with our state-of-the-art, in-house tooling design and manufacturing equipment, all of which are operated by our knowledgeable, talented, experienced and passionate team, you can reap all the rewards of the precision and repeatability that the CNC machining process brings.

What is CNC machining?

The abbreviation for Computer Numerical Control, CNC provides unparalleled quality for those looking for turned parts and machined components for specific applications. CNC machining uses the latest computer technology to control machine tools, such as grinders, routers, mills and lathes, accurately for a result that is equally as precise.

Using the very best CNC technology, we are able to control how machine tools function, and utilising a language called ‘G-code’ we are able to dictate the feed rate, speed, location and co-ordination throughout the entire process. Used for the manufacture of metal and plastic parts, our CNC turning and milling expertise ensures tools can be positioned accurately to produce a higher level of precision in comparison with manual machining during small batch production, prototype production and other applications.

Benefits for businesses

There are many advantages that go hand-in-hand with the use of CNC machining, and machined components destined for use in secondary operations can be developed more accurately than those produced by manual machining. For those wishing to exercise efficient capacity planning and looking ahead to producing larger volumes of turned parts, machining ensures the process can be repeated in exactly the same way time and time again, an outcome that would be impossible to achieve with manual machining.

Second Operation Machining of Parts