Precision Turning refers to the manufacturing of turning parts (screws, axles, pins…) from the machining of material on a bar or roll by removing the swarf using a cutting tool and by mass-production.
The Catalan word “decolletatge” (precision turning or screw-cutting) comes from the French “décolletage” and refers to the final part cutting operation when it is separated from the bar of raw material. Its origin is to be found in French-speaking Switzerland, where it enjoys a major degree of implementation.
The Precision Turning industry permits the manufacture of numerous small-, medium- and large-sized parts that are delivered all over the world. These parts have many uses in different industries, including the automotive industry, aeronautics, agriculture, medicine, safety/security and instrumentation, as well as any other industry requiring quality and precision parts involving a high degree of technical difficulty.