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Challenge Engineering manufactures volume runs of custom precision machined parts in Australia using CNC Machining technology. We machine parts from: aluminium, stainless steel, cast iron, brass, mild and high intensive steel, hollow bar and plastic. We also design fit-for-purpose components. ISO 9001:2015 certified we pride ourselves on quality, reliability, smart solutions, and excellent customer service. 

 

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Heat Treatment - The industrial hardening of steel explained: Case Hardening, Through Hardening and Flame Hardening. The choice depends on the use of the parts. Please click below to read this blog post and contact us at Challenge Engineering ph: 02 9632 0010.

7 Jun 2018

Make sure you choose the correct stainless steel type for your custom CNC machined parts. There are 5 types of stainless steel all with varying properties. The incorrect choice will cost you financially and damage your reputation. Read Challenge Engineering's blog...

CNC Machining explained. Learn how to best to use CNC Machining services to benefit your business.

The importance of material certificates when choosing the right material for your product. Why such MTR are needed and how a quality CNC machining company can help.

Featured Blog Post - What is the best material for your CNC machined parts? Material choice is critical. Discover the properties of: brass, steel, aluminium, titanium & plastic.At the early design stages of a part, material choice remains a critical decision - one that...

22 Oct 2017

Here at Challenge Engineering we are always learning about the latest technology. With this in mind, on Thursday 19th October 2017, we were excited to attend the Western Sydney University, Manufacturing Precinct, Commissioning of 3D Systems direct metal printer – PROX...

17 Aug 2017

When metal parts are heat treated, the heat treatment company will issue a certificate of conformance. Feel free to ask your CNC Machining supplier for this certificate. 

Why is this certificate so important?

True story. Recently, the manager of...

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