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Precision Engineering

Precision Engineering

  • Typical Products: Mechanical parts
  • Mounting places
  • Fascia plates
  • Gaskets
  • Clips
  • Spacers
  • Grilles
  • Springs
  • Shims
  • Orifice plates
  • Print head orifices
  • Battery covers
  • Clock dials & hands
  • Typical Products: Meshes
  • Filters
  • Screens
  • Sieves
  • Explosion panels
  • Typical Products: Optical components
  • Gobos & other optical masks
  • Optical encoder discs
  • Optical graticules
  • Microfluidic and optofluidic devices

In today’s world, where precision, quality and service are major competitive drivers, there is a growing requirement for close tolerance, metal components. It is these precision parts that hold the key to the smooth and efficient operation of many finished products. Precision Micro has responded to this challenge by assembling a collection of process technologies that enable the Company to manufacture small 2 & 3 dimensional precision parts, in short time frames, with little initial investment by the customers; a true low risk option.

The Need for Precision

Precision depends on scale and is relative to the manufacturing process employed, but the underlying concept pervades every aspect of Precision Micro’s business in its quest to meet or better specified tolerances. The fact that Precision Micro enjoys favoured supplier status with manufacturers of measuring equipment, microfluidic devices and photonics equipment, is testament to the company’s ability to meet these precision requirements.

The Need for Speed and Flexibility

The highly competitive nature of many modern markets dictates that new developments should be progressed quickly if they are to succeed. To meet this requirement, Precision Micro utilises manufacturing technologies that depend on digital and modular tooling, enabling prototype parts to be produced in hours and modified in equally short time frames, yet remain commercially viable in volume production.

Handling Complexity

With most manufacturing technologies, complexity is commensurate with cost. Not so with Precision Micro. The company utilises technologies that can produce the most complex of shapes… shapes so complex that they could not be achieved by conventional machining methods… shapes produced at no extra cost to the customer.