Southern Manufacturing 218 exhibitor Jota Advanced Engineering manufacturers complex components in wide-ranging materials including aluminium, stainless steel, special alloys and plastics.
Services offered include CNC milling, using three, four and five-axis milling machines. Components can be manufactured across all types of materials, ranging from ferrous and non-ferrous metals to ceramics and plastics, says the company.
For more complex projects, Haas UMC-750 machines provide simultaneous five-axis machining with a 762 x 508 x 508mm working envelope, allowing for production to precise tolerances and excellent repeatability at a commercially viable cost, says the company. The three- and four-axis machines provide a work envelope of 508 x 405 x 356mm.CNC turning machines are operated by a team of specialist engineers. Haas ST-10Y series machines offer live tool turning for high quality, complex turned components to exact specification across all types of materials, ranging from ferrous and non-ferrous metals to ceramics and plastics. For larger turned components Haas ST-30 machines offer heavy cutting ability and rigidity for the manufacture of components up to 533mm in diameter and 660mm in length.
The company offers a consultative, end-to-end service, encompassing the initial design process through to producing the finished component. The in-house design and development facility works alongside a network of experts, to tailor design solutions and help guide a project from concept to completion.
Another service is rapid response prototyping built on its production equipment. As well as checking for improvement opportunities, any complications that may arise can be analysed, prior to full-scale production.
The mechanical assembly facility provides the option of having components assembled by the experienced team of tool making, fitting and finishing specialists post production.
Full service project management, from concept through to the finished product, builds upon experience in professional, international motorsport, where working to strict deadlines and exacting specifications is crucial. A team of in-house experts builds a bespoke service and works with the client to develop a design, prototyping, testing, production and assembly schedule, as required.
The company also operates an extensive network of approved sub-contractors. Approved external processes include anodising, wire eroding, gear hobbing, various heat treatments, polishing, including electro-polishing, a range of surface treatments and quality assurance.
Meet Jota Advanced Engineering on stand G255 or visit http://www.jotagroup.com/