CNC metal cutting service, welding and fabrication services
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What we're good at

LASER CUTTING

ACCU LASER CUTTING

Large parts cut from ferrous and non-ferrous including mild steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper, brass, titanium and tantalum among the most asked for. This list is not exhaustive please enquire if you have some other material you want cutting.

MATERIAL

Cutting of Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium and Brass.

TOLERANCES
  • Mild Steel -0.1mm – 20mm
  • Stainless Steel – 0.1mm – 10mm
  • Aluminium¬† 8mm
  • Brass – 8mm
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ACCU CNC BENDING

Get a Perfect Metal Fold at ACCU GROUP

The CNC Press Brake is the fastest and most technologically advanced
metal folding device available in Australia today. ACCU GROUP has
incorporated this device into our fully integrated sheet metal fabrication process to increase production precision and reliability.
Using the numerically controlled and hilly computerized press brake, ACCU GROUP duplicate sheet metal folds as many times as necessary
maintaining exacting precision with every fold.

High Volume Capacity

Our computer-controlled brake machinery gives us the capability to
manufacture large numbers of components quickly while maintaining exact
precision. We can also manufacture samples of any folded sheet mew
enabling you to provide product reviews for your clients.

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ACCU WELDING AND FABRICATION

Gas, and arc. which stands for metal inert gas welding. It can be used with materials such as steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. This type of welding is often utilized for many applications such as in the construction of ships and skyscrapers and repairs. Although much more difficult and formal, metal inert gas welding is very popular with manufacturers because it is much easier to use and creates a weld much faster.
One of the more popular applications of MIG welding involves automobile manufacturers, mining and resources, and building and construction industries. As a matter of fact, it has become the top welding technique used by many industries throughout Australia.

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ACCU WELDING AND FABRICATION