Bay Engineering future-proofs with HAAS (External Article)Published: 10/07/2017
Bay Engineering is a precision engineering company based in Weymouth, Dorset on the Lynch Lane Industrial Estate. They are committed to providing high quality CNC machined components while providing prompt and efficient customer service.
Established in 2001 by directors Steve Balem and Darren Taylor the company has been going from strength to strength.
Advantages of 5-axis machiningPublished: 12/04/2017
As part of our ongoing investment to deliver quality components to our customers, we have purchased another machine capable of 5-axis machining.
Haas UMC-750 Universal Machining CenterPublished: 06/03/2017
Bay Engineering is committed to providing the highest quality CNC machined components and customer service to match. To ensure we maintain the highest standards we are renowned for we have just installed our thirteenth machining centre - a Haas UMC-750.
Permitting CentresPublished: 27/02/2017
When trying to obtain competitively priced components, a factor to be considered when designing long slender components is whether a centre is acceptable on the finished component.
OneCNC XR7 Mill ExpertPublished: 03/02/2017
We're pleased to announce we've purchased and are currently upgrading all our CAD workstations to OneCNC XR7 Mill Expert.
Drawing FormatsPublished: 09/01/2017
Drawings are quite often sent to us in the PDF format. This normally results in clear, easy to read drawings that we can print out for use in the workshop. This is a very effective means of sending drawings.
Broaching for Allen/hex keys, Torx etc.Published: 30/11/2016
We are now able to offer you the facility to produce internal hexagons to suit your requirements, with the recent addition of a new broaching tool. Internal hexagonal forms can be produced in house, commonly to suit Allen or hex keys, but other forms are available on request e.g. Torx, spline or square forms etc.
Cutting CornersPublished: 28/10/2016
When machining an internal corner radius on a CNC milling machine it is normally an advantage to use as large a cutter as possible. Therefore, if a component has an internal radius of 6mm the ideal cutter to use would be 12mm diameter (6mm radius). Unfortunately, when a cutter and internal radius are the same size chatter can occur due to the fact that for the brief moment the cutter is in the corner it has a lot of surface contact. This may mean that a 10mm cutter is chosen as a compromise.
Our Lead TimesPublished: 12/10/2016
We are often asked about our lead times. As a standard we try to offer 4 weeks. We will accommodate shorter lead times whenever possible if it is required and we can achieve the date requested without impacting on our existing commitments. Please ask if you require a quick turnaround.
£1m turnover for Weymouth engineers' firm (External Article)Published: 20/11/2013
A WEYMOUTH-BASED engineering firm is set to double its turnover to £1million after it was paired with a specialist mentor.