Company launches platform for CNC machining

31st March 2023


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With its “cutting-edge technology and facilities”, Sheet metal fabricator NORCK says it has started providing innovative, fast and reliable computer numerical control (CNC) machining services with the highest precision and surface quality.

NORCK covers specialities such as CNC milling, turning, grinding and honing as well as custom metal part manufacturing, wear-resistant custom parts, custom component manufacturing, and assembly services.

NORCK has a team of highly qualified engineers who are committed to providing the best possible results.

NORCK works with customers to bring their ideas to life through high-volume production, rapid prototyping, or services such as CNC turning, CNC milling, CNC cutting, CNC grinding and CNC honing. The company's team of engineers work closely with its customers to ensure that each and every specification is met and that the final product meets their expectations.

Regarding custom metal part manufacturing, NORCK takes pride in its ability to produce top-quality parts made from a wide range of materials, including high-speed steel, tool steel, tungsten carbide, titanium carbide, and more.

Whether it is custom components for the aerospace, defence, industrial, automotive or hardware industry, NORCK can provide the precision-made components.

In addition to its custom metal part manufacturing capabilities, NORCK also offers wear-resistant parts designed to withstand the toughest conditions. The company's team of engineers works with customers to design and produce durable and reliable parts, striving to ensure that machines keep running smoothly.

Finally, NORCK also provides assembly services: sheet metal parts, CNC-machined precision metal parts, three-dimensional (3D) printed parts, composite materials, or parts made with molding and casting.

With automation and digitalisation, the CNC machining industry has seen significant growth in recent years, highlights NORCK.

The demand for high-precision, consistent and cost-effective components has increased, leading to the industry's development of more advanced machinery and software.

Companies in the CNC machining industry strive to stay ahead of the competition by investing in research and development, implementing innovative techniques, and embracing Industry 4.0 technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI) and the Internet of Things.

NORCK, a digital manufacturing firm, provides metal fabrication, CNC machining, 3D-printing, and plastic injection services. With its production facilities and access to manufacturing partners across Europe and the US, NORCK offers an extensive range of manufacturing services, from low-volume production to high-volume production and rapid prototyping.

The company adopts a data-driven AI approach, with the aim to ensure that both product and service quality are optimized while minimizing cost, and the goal is improved inventory programs, better supply chain management visibility, and exceptional quality parts and services.

NORCK possesses a highly skilled team of manufacturing, mechanical, quality, supply chain, industrial design, AI, data science and software experts.

This allows NORCK to serve as a one-stop solution for all manufacturing needs, reducing overhead costs, diversifying the supply chain, enhancing part design for manufacturability, and providing just-in-time goods and services.

Edited by Zandile Mavuso
Creamer Media Senior Deputy Editor: Features




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