The DMU 50 third generation machines, with swivelling rotary tables, allow for full 5-axis simultaneous machining and can machine intricate components from solid materials enabling the company to produce complex jigs, fixtures and manufacturing aids for a wide breadth of customers.
The company has invested in the new machines in response to both the high demand from its customers for quality produced and engineered parts and the increasing number of business coming from new customers in new engineering sectors.
The team at Axiom has many decades of design and engineering experience and a proven history of assisting its customers to successfully develop and manufacture their products. The company operates in markets that require fast turnaround and these new DMG machines offer the latest technology to ensure a fast engineering response time of the highest quality.
Commenting on the new investment, Alan Rendle-Eames, managing director said: “The purchase of these two new 5-axis machining centres will offer high-tech machining capability with rapid response times for providing high-quality, engineered components across a broad range of sectors. Our highly experienced and skilled design and machining team are providing complex manufacturing solutions to a growing number of advanced manufacturing partners and the addition of these new machines will enable us to expand this service even further.”