CVW Engineering in Wetherill Park, New South Wales, are currently enhancing their defence manufacturing capabilities to meet increased demand for complex precision machined components. CVW Engineering have been key suppliers in the manufacture of components for defence customers such as Thales and Sercel over recent years, producing underwater mine-hunting and geological exploration equipment components and are now pursuing expansion of their aerospace business.
Producing complex components in exotic materials such as Titanium, CVW Engineering have invested in the development of advanced machining processes to achieve necessary levels of operating efficiency and quality.
CVW Engineering produce parts by incorporating a range of complex features like extended depth tight tolerance internal slots, which require unique machining strategies to produce stringent process capability requirements imposed by the customer.
CVW Engineering are now in the process of securing additional five axis and Mill-Turn CNC machining capacity and are also currently upgrading their current quality certifications to include aerospace certification AS 9100. Along with expansion of their defence components business, CVW Engineering have recently secured new automotive component machining contracts with production volumes up to 500k parts per annum.