CNC TURNING

Uniform and precise turning tasks

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    CNC means Computer Numerically Controlled

    (Computer Numerically Controlled), and refers to production machines that, with the help of a computer, can produce many uniform complex parts in metal and other materials, and which are programmed in a language that complies with the ISO standard. Turning is a machining process in machining, which in turn is a process that removes material from a workpiece using various cutting tools. In CNC turning, the workpiece rotates as it is machined, unlike milling. Today, all turning is done in our modern CNC lathes.

    Automation

    Esko has several modern, automated machines at its disposal, including lathes with automatic bar loaders and robotic solutions in connection with multitasking machines (6-axis).

    Automation makes the process of turning and possibly also milling more efficiently, more uniformly, faster and cheaper for you!

    Our experienced industrial technicians can quickly produce the desired items for different purposes, different industries and in several different types of materials Below are examples of items that Maskinfabrikken Esko produces.

    • Flanges

    • Liners

    • Gear housings

    • Axles • Bushings

    • Piston rods

    • Special gears

    • Trapezoidal thread

    • Nuts, etc.

    Almost everything is possible

    We have an optimal turning diameter of a minimum of 6mm and up to Ø650 mm and can turn with a turning length of up to 2000 mm, and Maskinfabrikken Esko is always inside with a large stock of raw materials, e.g. for the production and processing of countless tasks within e.g. turning and milling.

    Only the imagination (at least almost) sets limits.

    There are almost no limits to how complicated items we can produce with CNC turning and milling.

    We are happy to help you turn your wishes and ideas into reality – quickly. And if the idea is not fully developed when you contact us, our designers can help with this. Precisely the cooperation with our designers means that your idea can be followed from the computer screen and carefully evaluated in high 3D quality, before our industrial technicians “press the button” and production is started.

    Maskinfabrikken Esko carries out everything from single tasks to series work and framework agreements.

    Contact us here for more information on turning and other types of machining.