Discover our machining service

Discover our Machining Service offered by the Wild Workshop. Machining is a manufacturing method that involves removing material from a block or a part to create specific shapes and structures.

This process is essential in numerous industries, such as aerospace, automotive, shipbuilding, and more. The Wild Workshop focuses on machining to provide you with high-quality services and custom-made parts.

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Machining of a pulley in two parts.

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The Different Machining Techniques

Several machining techniques are used in the Wild Workshop, with the most common ones being:

  1. Turning : This technique involves rotating the workpiece around an axis, removing material with a fixed cutting tool. Turning is ideal for producing cylindrical or conical parts.
  2. Milling : Milling involves removing material by moving a workpiece under a rotating cutter. This method is suitable for creating complex shapes, grooves, and notches.
  3. Drilling : This technique consists of creating holes in a workpiece using a drill or a bit. Drilling is commonly used for assembling parts or creating passages for fluids or cables.
  4. Grinding : Grinding is a finishing machining process that uses an abrasive wheel. It removes a thin layer of material and achieves a smooth and precise surface.

Machining of a crusher pulley.

The Importance of Precision and Quality

The Wild Workshop is committed to providing superior machining services. We use modern and high-precision machine tools, as well as rigorous measuring and control instruments. Our team of experts ensures that each part is machined with precision and in accordance with the client's requirements.
Machined Materials
The Wild Workshop is capable of machining a wide variety of materials, including metals, plastics, and composites. Whether it's stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, PVC, or carbon fiber, our team will adapt its machining techniques to guarantee optimal results.
A team at your disposal

Our team is available for any information or questions.

Contact us by e-mail on the address or by phone at +32 (0) 87 31 22 77 or complete our contact form click here. 

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