We perform both precision drilling and cross-drilling to make holes in a part. With cross-drilling, the rotating cutting tip drills a hole on the axis opposite the primary drilling of a part. The end result allows for pin insertion to join parts. Holes are restricted to under 2” diameter.
Turning allows us to integrate all of the design features of a part along a single axis. Keeping everything symmetric to the axis, the part is then spun or turned.