We're proud of the work we do at Carneil Precision Engineering and we'd like to show you some of it here...
These heatsinks for electronic assemblies were milled using a vacuum work-holding plate allowing multiple parts to be machined at once to save cycle time and cost.
The material used is aluminium 6082T6 and alochrom 1200 provides a self healing, corrosion resistant finish.
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These sensor housings were machined from 316 stainless hexagon stock and once again the process was designed for efficiency and fast turn-around.
Using the Miyano 4 axis bar-fed lathe this part is machined in one hit.
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These coil former mounting plates were milled as an array of 6 from SRBP sheet mounted, again, on a vacuum plate. The thickness at the bottom of the cutaways is 1.5mm.
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These turned plastic and aluminium components together form a work-holding clamp used when etching glasses. If you've attended a beer festival recently is's quite possible the glass you received was etched using these components!
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Heatsinks like these would often be extruded in aluminium but extrusion is a high volume process with considerable starting costs. For small batches or prototypes it's often quicker and cheaper to mill from solid.
These components form part of a sealed enclosure so dimensional accuracy is important too.
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