EXCELLENCE IN COMPLETE PRECISION MANUFACTURING SOLUTIONS.
Fast Quotes | Quality Components | Unforgettable Service
Welcome to A J Cook Engineering Ltd
At A J Cook Engineering we are striving to be one of leading sub contractors in Cambridgeshire.
Driven by a passion for producing high quality, precision CNC Machined engineering solutions across the full range of materials, applications and sectors. Offering our customers high levels of accuracy and precision with on time delivery, without compromising on quality.
We pride ourselves on leading the manufacturing industry forwards with our accommodating lead times and ability to deliver the best customer care and support we can.
With our production facility located on the out skirts of Ely in Cambridgeshire means we are ideally located to provide rapid response within the East and South East of mainland Britain.
Our team of Engineers work with our customers every step of the way to ensure that the component that is delivered is one that meets all requirements and is of a quality that is remembered for the right reasons.
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Alongside our 3 Axis Vertical Machining Centres we are equipped with 4th Axis units to enable use to reduce multiple set up times, undertake multi angle drilling/ machining and simultaneous multi axis machining.
Quality Assurance is the centre of what we do. With our internal quality management system and our ISO9001:2015 no requirement is left unchecked whilst maintaining our right first time outcome.
Our Engineers can take your concept to reality. Using the latest version of 3D Autodesk Software we are able to bring your idea to life. Coupled with our manufacturing feasibility service, taking an existing component and reporting on cost saving solutions on features, design, tolerance etc
Colour/ Hard Anodising
Glass & Bead Vapour Honing
Alocrom 1200 & 1000
Iridite NCP - RoHS Compliant
Black Oxide - RoHS Compliant
Stainless Steel Passivation/ Pickling
⚙️ Rotary broaching, also known as wobble broaching, is an exclusive, fast, amazing and accurate method of producing internal and external polygon forms on the end of a workpiece.
⚙️ Knurling is a manufacturing process, typically conducted on a lathe, whereby a pattern of straight, angled or crossed lines is rolled into the material.