We have now started a run of 28 pieces of each part. Heres some nice pics...
(part is held upside down in a specially made positioning jaw)
The parts shown on the screen here are being cut out on a five axis pallet loading mill. It has a rotating stage of 10 work tables outside of the machine, and it automaticaly loads the table in to work on it. This is so you can load up 10 jobs in advance and never stop the machine running. This machine is working overnight, as we speak making 28 motor chassis, should be done by about 3am. These plates will then be removed, stuck in the wire machine and the outside shape will be wire cut with a .2mm brass wire.
All tolerances are about 10 microns.
All drawings done in Turbocad Mac Deluxe, exported as an IGES file then imported into the CAM system, programed and milled direct.