CNC milling

CNC milling, or Computer Numerical Control milling, is a machining process which employs computerized controls and rotating multi-point cutting tools to progressively remove material from the workpiece and produce a custom-designed part or product.
The 3 and 5-axis machines works via CAD/CAM computer-aided design / computer-aided manufacturing
software CATIA and AlphaCam.


CNC Fehlmann 56L

CNC turning

CNC Turning is a manufacturing process in which bars of material are held in a chuck and rotated while a tool is fed to the piece to remove material to create the desired shape. CNC lathes or turning centers have tooling mounted on a turret which is computer-controlled.



Wire eroding

Wire eroding is a cutting method that works according to the spark erosion principle. A CNC-programmed contour is cut by means of a metal wire (electrode) in an electrically conductive workpiece


Conventional milling

Milling is the process of machining using rotary cutters to remove material by advancing a cutter into a work piece.


Conventional turning

In conventional turning, the piece is held firmly in a chuck and is cut by tools as it rotates to remove material to create the desired shape.


Drill press

To drill holes



Welding and brazing stations

To weld and braze.




Sandblasting, is the operation of propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth and clean a rough surface.




Laser engraver

Laser engraving on parts.



SolidWorks drawing

3D drawing 



3D printer

3D printer for prototyping.