With over twelve years of valuable industry experience of CNC machining, Dakron Industries is a machine shop that focuses on producing very accurate and precise parts. Based out of Surrey, British Columbia, Dakron has grown in size and capacity to meet the increasing demands of clients & customers, offering a complete range of services suited to meet precise close tolerance requirements (as close as +/- .0001x).
Meticulous attention to detail has led to an unmistakable reputation for quality. Since our initial founding, Dakron Industries machine shop has grown in size and capacity, but our dedication to the highest quality standards has remained unchanged. Upon final production, we can deliver part inspection reports catered to your specific requirements, whether they are ISO or driven by company policy. Similarly, material certificates are also available for all materials.
Quality begins with management staff, is executed by precise machinists & equipment, and is completed with a contentious quality assurance review.
At Dakron Industries, we take the utmost pride in our commitment to complete quality assurance. We are continuously seeking new ways to advance our quality control measures and improve upon our system standards. Our measuring room, equipment and refined inspection processes are designed to achieve an unsurpassed accuracy across all projects. Through the use of a CMM, we can supply complete statistical reports, specific quality requests and full inspection reports to meet exact ISO requirements.
We have invested heavily in reliable Japanese equipment, allowing us to offer the most precise manufactured components. Specifically, we use two vertical Matsuura machining centers. Of these, one has a full forth axis and the other is equipped with an automated pallet changer. In addition, we also have a Nakamura turning center with tool setter and high-pressure coolant. Our current capabilities allow us to produce parts & components with complex profiles and very high tolerance features.
Nakamura Tome Turning Center
Material capacity = 11” diameter x 19” long and 2.5” through the spindle
We machine many different kinds of material, from pre-hardened stainless and hastoloy to titanium and brass. Specifically, in addition to many of the industry standard materials, we also have experience working with the following: