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SECTORS & SERVICES

Automotive

Speed And Velocity

We increase the Feeds so that you can increase the Speed on the tracks.


Our team have years of experience in machining automotive components. From castings to solid block machining.

We machine Superalloy components to the highest quality.

Optical, Medical & Scientific

Paying Attention To Detail

Precision components for precise hands.

With an extensive history manufacturing parts to the tightest tolerances within theses sectors. You can be assured you are in safe hands.​

Printing

Starting With A Pen And Onto Paper

Since the early beginnings of Velocity we have had a deep involvement with the printing sector.
With years of experience we are able to help you put more ink onto paper.

Robotics

Digital Movement

CNC machined components for the robotics industry

Other Services

Service Subtitle

  • ​ASSEMBLY

  • FULL DRAWING PACKAGES

  • SOLID MODELLING

  • PROJECT MANAGEMENT

  • LASER MARKING AND PROFILING

  • ELECTROLESS NICKEL PLATING

  • PASSIVATION

  • ANODISING CLEAR/COLOURED

  • CHROME PLATING

  • ULTRASONIC CLEANING

  • WET/POWDER PAINTING

  • RFI/EMI SHEILDING

MATERIALS

PLASTICS

ABS – Scratch resistant, great for its cosmetic value.
ACETAL – It is compared to some metals due to its stability, impact resistance, and strength.
ACRYLIC – Very durable and lightweight with great clarity. Good for displays and other visual applications.
CPVC – Is a thermoplastic produced by chlorination of polyvinyl chloride (PVC) resin.
DELRIN – It is a great all-purpose plastic, very versatile and economical.
ERTALYTE® – Great choice for parts requiring a close tolerance.
G-10 – Great chemical and moisture resistance, excellent insulating and electrical properties, and very high strength composite.
NORYL – Is a plastic developed by General Electric, can be used in electronics, coating, and machinery applications.
NYLON – Excellent abrasion and chemical resistant. Easy to machine.
PEEK – It has a high tensile strength and it has replaced stainless steel in some instances due to its great performance, reliability and low cost.
PHENOLIC – Very light weight, extremely durable plastic, and moisture resistant.
POLYCARBONATE – Virtually unbreakable, transparent glazing material.
UHMW – Impact and abrasion resistant, very affordable.

ALUMINIUM

6061-0 – Annealed 6061 has maximum tensile strength no more than 18,000 psi.
6061-T4 – T4 temper has an ultimate tensile strength of at least 30,000 psi and yield strength of at least 16,000 psi.
6061-T6 – it is the most commonly used alloy. It has an ultimate tensile strength of at least 42,000 psi and yield strength of at least 35,000 psi.
6063 – Great for extrusions, usually produced with a very smooth surface great for anodizing.
5052 – Very good corrosion resistant, used in marine applications.
7075 – It is aircraft grade. It is strong, with good fatigue strength and average machinability, but not a good corrosion resistant

STAINLESS STEEL

200 Series – Austenitic iron-chromium-nickel-manganese alloys.
300 Series – Austenitic iron-chromium-nickel alloys.
Type 301 – Highly ductile, for formed products. Fast hardening while is being machined.
Type 303 – Free machining version of 304 via addition of sulfur.
Type 304 – Very popular; also referred as 18/8 stainless steel.
Type 316 – Very common and highly used by the sub sea industry due to its resistance to saltwater.
400 Series – Ferritic and martensitic alloys.
Type 408 – Heat-resistant; poor corrosion resistance; 11% chromium, 8% nickel.
Type 409 – Most affordable one; used in the automobile industry.
Type 410 – Martensitic (high-strength iron/chromium).
Type 420 – Known as “surgical steel”.
Type 430 – Used in vehicle trims, decorative.
Type 440 – Great cutlery quality, better edge retention due to its high carbon content.
600 Series – Mantensitic precipitation hardening alloys.
Type 630 – Better known as 17-4.

STEEL

12L14 – Commonly used in automatic screw machines in the production of high number of parts requiring a close tolerance.

TITANIUM

Ti-6AI-4V – The most common titanium alloy is the Ti-6AI-4V. It is very resistant to corrosion and extreme temperatures. Great tensile strength and toughness. Highly used by the military, aircraft, spacecraft, and in medical applications.

INCONEL ®

Typically used in high-temperature applications. Because of work hardening, this metal is very difficult to machine by traditional means.

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