With over six decades of machining experience, BTM ensures quality in every piece we machine, whether we’re Boring, Turning, or Milling.

To make a hole in something with a revolving tool.
Process used to make cylindrical parts, where the cutting tool moves in a linear fashion and workpiece rotates.
To cut or shape metal with a rotating tool.

CNC Milling

CNC milling, short for Computer Numerical Control milling, is a machining process where computer-controlled machines remove material from a workpiece to create precise shapes, patterns, or features. This process utilizes rotary cutting tools to remove material from a workpiece, guided by a computer program that dictates the tool's movements.

CNC Mill/Turn

CNC Mill/Turn, also known as CNC turning and milling, is a machining process where a single machine performs both turning (rotating a workpiece) and milling (removing material with rotating cutting tools). This integrated approach allows for the production of complex parts with both cylindrical and prismatic features in a single setup, enhancing efficiency and accuracy in manufacturing.

Manual Machining

Manual Machining involves the traditional method of manufacturing components using manually operated machine tools like lathes and milling machines. Unlike CNC machining, where computers control the process, manual machining relies on the skill and experience of the operator to directly manipulate cutting tools and workpieces. This hands-on approach allows for flexibility, precision, and craftsmanship, making it suitable for prototyping, repair work, and small-scale production runs.

Large Boring/Milling

Large Boring/Milling is a machining process used for oversized or heavy-duty workpieces, where material is removed to create large-scale cavities or features with high precision. It combines boring (enlarging existing holes) and milling (removing material with rotating cutting tools) operations on a specialized machine. This process is commonly utilized in industries such as construction, mining, and manufacturing for producing components like large weldments and structural parts with intricate internal geometries.

CNC Turning

CNC Turning is a machining process where a computer-controlled lathe rotates a workpiece while a cutting tool removes material to create cylindrical shapes, such as shafts, rods, and discs. This process is ideal for producing parts with rotational symmetry.

Large Turning

Large Turning is a machining process used to manufacture oversized or heavy-duty components, typically with dimensions exceeding those feasible on standard-sized lathes. It involves rotating a workpiece on a specialized lathe while removing material with cutting tools to achieve large-scale cylindrical shapes or parts.