CNC job NOT a drop in the ocean

The first part of the lockout tool assembly

The CNC shop has secured its biggest financial order with a company that has a long-standing relationship with AJ Engineering.

The works which are for two separate projects worth a total of £100K have been awarded by a large ROV contractor.

AJ Engineering has been working with the Aberdeen-based firm for a number of years supplying ROV tooling components and fabricated items too.

This job which will take two months to complete is for the supply and delivery of multiple components in titanium, aluminium bronze and stainless steel.

Willie Mackintosh, CNC Shop manager said: “These two projects have been secured because of our long-standing relationship with this company. We work regularly with them, almost on a weekly basis but this is by far the biggest machine shop order we have had so far.

“The job will take place over a two-month period and all the machines will be utilised to complete the project. It will involve multiple milling and turning operations to very strict tolerances. We are supplying 16 components all weighing 65 kilos each.

“We are also using some of our supply chain to support us in delivering the project and once the parts are returned, the machine shop where we will perform and factory acceptance test in accordance with client procedure.”

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