Versatility and Capacity
With 8 horizontal machining centers and 5 vertical machining centers, Belrick Corp has the flexibility to handle a variety of small to medium volume production quantities.
15 Turning Centers – 6 live milling, 5 four axis, and 3 twin spindle
Belrick has invested in a variety of CNC turning centers allowing us to economically handle a wide range of parts, while maintaining a level of redundancy that allows us to react to larger orders and changing volume.
From simple to mildly complex.
From the milling of flats or drilling of bolt holes in a flange to the milling of complex 3-D geometries on turned blanks, Belrick has the experience and equipment to handle a broad range of machining requirements.
Offset diameters complete in one operation.
An option on several of our CNC turning centers allows us to automatically and accurately offset eccentric diameters, including proper angular orientation, without additional handling. We can turn multiple concentric & several eccentric diameters all without removing the part from machine. This allows us to machine many eccentric parts complete on a single machine.
Live milling and sub-spindles allow us to complete many parts in a single operation; but there are still times when it is more efficient, or practical to use multiple operations. Belrick has the work-holding and machining experience to assure properly alignment and orientation from one machining operation to the next.
You may not consider eccentrics to be a separate machining category, but our equipment and experience combine to offer an accurate, yet economical approach to machining offset diameters.
Complexity is a relevant term. We have the equipment and experience needed to make 5 Axis milling, 3-D surfacing, and the precision alignment of intersecting bores and other features to each other to seem commonplace.
How does one start with a casting, forging, or rough blank and end up with round diameters in the unrestricted state? The Belrick team has decades of experience with prep operations and work-holding designed to minimize out-of-roundness of machined characteristics in the free (unrestricted) state.