Computer Numerically Controlled (CNC) punching is a process where the holes are punched in sheet metal at high speed. The machine uses computer controlled control systems to accurately position sheet metal plate and punch holes. This machine has a 31 head turret, which as well as punching holes, can be used to form louvres, dimples and other shapes in sheet metal. A wide range of standard tooling is available.


MIG welding uses a continuously fed spool of welding wire. This melts and fuses both the base and parent metals together. A variety of materials can be welded such as mild steel and stainless steel. All our welders are coded for MIG welding to EN ISO 9606-1:2012 (Formerly BS EN 287-1). TIG welding is used fir thinner gauged materials where a finer finish is required. A wider range of metals can be welded, including Aluminium, Titanium, Stainless Steel and Mild Steel.


A wide range of parts can be fabricated in house,from small intricate electronic components to large frames and tanks. Small electronic parts may be fitted with clinch nuts, stand offs, rivnuts or any number of different types of fixings. Large parts up to 3 tonnes and up to 10 metres long can also be accomodated.


Our CNC pressbake can accurately fold a range of metals from including Aluminium, Stainless steel and Mild Steel. Sheets upto 3 metres long and upto 6mm thick can be accomodated.


With a wide experience of CAD/CAM, Burgess and Co can handle most CAD formats. Drawings can be accepted electronically in common formats such as DXF and DWG. We use both traditional CAD and 3D parametic solid modelling as required.


Burgess & Co has always been committed to producing the highest quality sheet metal parts. To this end we have received ISO9001:2015 certification in recognition of the companies compliance with quality process standards and quality management systems.


Burgess & Co.
New North Road, 
West Yorkshire, 
WF16 9DW.

01924 402406

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