Nordmark is a high technology company specializing in the machining of large components. Our core competencies include high-quality CNC turning of large-scale components. Nordmark offers CNC machining, which is the production of machinable components using CNC machine tools, for example. CNC lathes and CNC milling machines for CNC turning and CNC milling and drilling, respectively.
At the company headquarter in Sæby, Denmark, we offer state-of-the-art CNC turning solutions based on the largest lathes. The CNC turning and milling machines are one of the largest of their kind, in Denmark and in Europe. Nordmark is a market leader in the field of precision machining of heavy-cast and welded steel items. Nordmark specializes in precision CNC machining to provide a wide array of customized services and solutions, and the turning solutions from our workshop in Sæby is among the most experienced milling workshops in Europe.
At Nordmark we have taken the CNC turning process to another level, seeing that we provide solutions from one of the most experienced workshops in Denmark. In Sæby we offer state-of-the-art cnc milling as well as cnc turning solutions based on the largest lathes for the wind industry.
The difference between turning and milling is in short, that the CNC milling uses a rotating tool, while CNC turning uses a rotating part for cutting. While milling machines create complex parts from blocks of metal by carving away the excess material, CNC turning is commonly used for cylindrical parts like shafts.
CNC turning is a manufacturing process in which bars of material are held in a chuck and rotated while a tool is fed to the piece to remove material to create the desired shape. CNC lathes or turning centers have tooling mounted on a turret which is computer-controlled.
With over 15 years of experience in serial production of hubs, machine frames and bearing housings for the wind power industry, Nordmark is an experienced manufacturer of difficult prototypes, as well as a professionally skilled consultant in connection with the 3D machining process. The machines are programmed to perform specific movements and revolutions, etc., thereby producing both large and small metal components with great precision and high quality. The automated production method also ensures efficient manufacturing with a minimal amount of time spent on readjustments and programming of new work processes.