Since 1991, Rainford Precision Machines have supplied the precision engineering industry in the UK and Ireland with machines and cutting tools of the highest calibre. Our passion for precision engineering shines through in our knowledge of our tooling range and its applications.
We regularly investigate machining problems presented by machine users, propose manufacturing solutions and methods, and provide expert advice – keeping our customers at the forefront of technology.
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Rainford Precision are proud to represent high quality tooling manufacturers and our experience in both the micro machining and tool manufacturing industries gives us ideal knowledge to supply market-leading cutting tools, including high precision end mills, through coolant drills, boring bars, taps, threadmills and reamers. We have the confidence to recommend the perfect product for any given application based on speciality, performance, and value.
With a huge range of tooling and ISO 9001 quality accreditation, Rainford Precision are a widely trusted industry supplier in precision machining.
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Micro abrasive waterjet cutting is a technically compatible cutting technology to our existing ultra-precision machining centres (KERN) and our wide variety of micro precision endmills and drills. With a Kerf width of down to 200 µm and the ability to work in 3, 4 or 5 axes, combined with the unique feature of being able to cut both hard / brittle materials (glass and ceramics) and soft / malleable (rubber and wood) gives the Finepart machine an all-round technical micro machining capability.
The positional accuracy of 2.5 µm is quite unique in waterjet cutting as this process is not normally associated with “precision” but the demands of industry are changing as the growth of laser cutting will testify, however the benefit of not using heat to cut prevents thin materials from distorting and in some materials for the medical and aerospace industries not having a “white recast layer” on the material surface.