to Jenkins Engineering Services. We are a precision engineering company that has
been established in our current location, Maidenhead, Berkshire, for the last 25
years. We have built up a customer base over this time, providing CNC milling
and turning. Our customer base is primarily made up of clients that service the
automotive, aviation, railway, petro-chemical and electronics industries. We are
a dynamic and forward thinking company that has constantly invested in new
technology in order to offer our customers the best possible service. All our
machining centres are less than five years old, our latest investments being a
DMC 1035V Vertical Machining Centre installed in February 2007 and a 2.2 metre
capacity DMF 220 Linear Vertical Machining Centre installed in January 2005.
CNC Precision Machining
We offer CNC precision machining, milling and turning. As well a working to conventional drawings, we are able to work with DXF, IGES and PDF files, sent either by e-mail or supplied on disc. We work with a variety of materials including steel, aluminium, brass, copper, plastic, and exotics, such as titanium & gun metal. Our strength is our experience of working with different materials in many diverse industries. We also source welding, fabrication, and finishing which enables us to offer a complete service to you, the customer.
One of our principle strengths is our capacity. Both of the Deckel Maho DMF 220 machines offer a maximum machining capacity of 2200mm in the x axis, 560mm in the Y axis and 720mm in the Z axis. Also, coupled with our overhead cranes, which are capable of lifting 1000kg, we offer a capacity in both size and weight that not many can match in the South of England.
Our Mazak Quickturn 250 offers capacities of 250mm on diameter and 1000mm on length. It has a 12 station turret and is conversationally programmed with the Mazcontrol T Plus system.
Jenkins Engineering Services was established in 1979 as a partnership, the principal partner being Cliff Jenkins and employs 6 people. We are based in Maidenhead in close proximity to the M4, M3 and M40 motorways and ideally placed for business across all of England.
In the first years we made gravity dies for making aluminium castings for many of the local foundries, at that time there were approximately 8 of them, but as the foundries fell by the wayside we felt there was a need to diversify, so we started to do some general machining.
As the demands of manufacturing changed, we changed with it by investing in CNC machining centres, retraining our staff and recruiting when necessary to become the precision engineering company we are today.
Over the last 4 years we have re-equipped entirely with DMG machines on the milling side, and with all these machines having Renishaw probes fitted to speed up the setting up process and do “on machine inspection” we are truly in the realms of precision machining.