There is more than one way to machine a part. Take a look at our machining capabilities.

ENI has the knowledge to decide which technique is appropriate for your particular needs, and the experience and technological prowess to make your plans a reality. Do you require complex geometry, tight tolerances and unusual materials? Take a look at what we do — and the steps we take to make sure it is done right.

Milling Capabilities

Milling removes material by driving a rotating tool into a stationary port. This is where old‐school, blue collar manufacturing meets high‐tech science. We use CNC equipment that is directly wired to a CAM program distribution center. Our manufacturing and engineering staff writes all of our CNC programs.

Turning Capabilities

Turning is milling in reverse. With this technique, material is removed by driving a non‐rotating cutting tool into a rotating part. We can handle parts ranging from less than an inch to over 13 feet in diameter and up to 16 feet in length. As with your milling technology, our CNC turning equipment is hard‐wired into our CAM system.

On the Machine Shop Floor

Our machine shop is a thing of beauty. With overhead crane service throughout, a capacity up to 40 tons, and ceiling height of 45 feet, if you can imagine it, we can machine it. Our flexible floor planning allows our forklifts to load and unload without any machines getting in the way, and in extreme cases, we can move our machines to suit the needs of a project.

Quality Assurance

Quality Assurance, which impacts every phase of our process, takes two forms in our machining services. First, quality assurance experts use tools to physically measure the results of a job to ensure that the measurements precisely match the clients's specifications. Second, quality assurance is routinely performed on the machines themselves to make sure they're always in working order.