Ewart Engineering provide CNC Milling and Turning services, ranging from small engineering projects to large global manufacturing operations.

We have a large and extensive machining capability to sub contract machine components for customers in a wide range of industries. These range from fast and efficient CNC machining centres with shuttle tables minimising downtime to very large CNC machining centres with five position indexing heads and sixty station tool changers and slab milling machines.

These facilities enable us to machine fabrications up to 8 metres in length and components from small bosses to complex mehanite castings used in the nuclear industry. Production line installations allow us to also produce large batch runs of many component shapes.

Our latest acquisition is a Doosan Puma 3100LY CNC lathe with live tooling. This machine allows us to maintain a one-stop production process, giving a faster production cycle for large batch projects.

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CNC Milling and Turning

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