CNC Machining

CNC Machined Parts

Our machining centre features two world leading SYIL CNC machines complete with Siemens automated controls in our Wolverhampton plant.

Our CNC machines can manufacture stand alone machined components in addition to the value added operations which compliment our presswork, laser cutting and welded assembly services. We offer a full in-house service to support prototype to serial production.

Our 4 axis machines can machine components up to 1300mm in length, and offer services including:

  • Fully machined components
  • Drilling
  • Tapping
  • Milling
  • Vertical 4-Axis Milling
  • Chamfering
  • Countersink Holes
  • Counter Bore
  • Surface Finishing

Please view our machinery capacity list to understand our SYIL CNC size and capabilities.

Added Value CNC Machined Components

Ongoing investments has ensured Jenks & Cattell Engineering’s Wolverhampton plant has one of the most diverse and capable range of sheet metal engineering services in the UK.

Our in-house power presses, laser cutting machines, robotic and manual welding, barrelling and CNC machining gives our customers to opportunity to have a single and complex assembly manufactured in one facility. 

Highly Accurate Components

Our SYIL machining centres machine high precision metal components, and offer exceptional accuracy and repeatability to ensure a consistent parts throughout the production process. Part numbers, names and logos can be machined into the metal.

Fast Production

Equipped with higher rapids, components are manufactured with faster movements to increase productivity, and we can work with various grades of metal including aluminium, steel, copper, brass, stainless steel and titanium. In addition to sheet metal, our CNC can machine billet metal.

Cost Effective Production

With our extensive range of available tools, CNC requires no investment in tooling, other than machining fixtures which will be maintained for the parts lifetime.

Our CNC project development team will complete a manufacturability feasibility review at quotation stage and make cost effective design changes where possible, supporting VAVE activities.