Bon Precision to launch new turned components company

Bon Precision Engineering has announced the launch of a new CNC turned components company to meet the growing demand for high-quality, bespoke precision engineered fasteners.

Bon Precision Engineering is owned by a parent company, Specialist Marine Fasteners Limited, and the new organisation has been created to serve a wider range of industries.

John Garner, Director, said: “Our core customers are traditionally in the marine sector.  But over the last few months, we’ve been working across a range of diverse industries with professionals who want to engage with a firm who can produce complex turned parts to their unique requirements.

“Bon Precision Engineering meets those needs. We’ve recently worked with solar power farm suppliers to provide aluminium spacers, a model railway firm to create scale versions of replica train buffers and designed and manufactured a large quality of bespoke stainless-steel threaded inserts used on rope bridges at a resort in the Middle East.”

Based in Northamptonshire, Bon Precision Engineering’s manufacturing capabilities consist of Citizen L20 machinery, which turns part from 1mm to 20mm diameter, and access to Bridgeport and XTZ 4 axis vertical milling centres.  To ensure parts are de-oiled and finished to an exceptionally high standard, the firm also has a vibratory finishing department in-house.

As well as bespoke turned parts Bon Precision offers a popular range of products such as self-tapping inserts, thread repair inserts, dowel pins, clevis pins and taper pins.

Kerry Garner, Director of Bon Precision Engineering, concluded: “Our goal is to provide customers with the high-quality components they demand.

“We also recognise that communication is the key to building great relationships—and this is our real selling point. We are keen to understand your business, allowing us to provide the cost-effective, high-quality components you need on time, every time.”

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