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Denner Kelford Grinding Ltd (DK Grinding) Birmingham are universal precision grinding and CNC formed punch grinding specialist in all aspects of the production process. We specialise in both conventional and CNC grinding services and are an AS9100 and ISO 9001 certified UKAS registered company. With over 55 years of experience in universal precision grinding services, we are more than capable of producing your items to your exact specifications.
Quality of service:
We take pride in every single item that leaves our workshop. Our clients know they can rely on the quality of our workmanship, which conforms to the highest certified UKAS standards.
You can contact DK Grinding either by phone or via email, contact details can be found here.
Below are some services that we supply
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We offer surface grinding capacity in a range of materials from magnetic to non-magnetic and diamond wheel grinding.
We can offer a complete repair of pre-grinding, hard chroming and finish grinding.
We have catered for this industry directly and indirectly and are confident to meet the required needs of this sector.
We have a range of customers in Formula 1 and Rally Sports, from proto types to small batches.
With our vast knowledge and experience, DK Grinding are more than capable of precision grinding a variety of different materials both natural and man made.
Grinding spherical form on internal and external components, including specialist plating.
Our cylindrical grinding services cater for ID, OD, and centerless grinding. With our vast experience, we can process multiple forms of materials.
Grinding internal bores on a magnetic chuck or free jaw chucks upto an outside diameter of 355mm swing.
We can grind multiple diameter shafts upto 2 metres between centers.
CNC formed punch grinding is a tool that can be put on the surface of a grinding machine for grinding punches.
Punches and ejectors made of steel, PM steel and carbide in simple and complex designs.
The most critical and most difficult of all requirements in die building is alignment.
Mainly used to eject completed parts from die moulds.
Used in process to realise pin structures in different geometrical dimensions for a subsequent joining operation.