CNC specialists Tees Components has invested £50,000 in maintaining and verifying the precision of its machined parts.

The company based in North Skelton, near Saltburn, has updated its previous equipment with the Faro Quantum S4.0m 6-axis arm, the largest and most accurate model available.

The portable 3D measurement technology uses spatial analyser software to complete surface measurements and dimensional calculations to the highest degree of precision.

Sharon Lane, managing director, said: “We have developed into one of the country’s most comprehensive and versatile heavy machinists, operating more than 20 CNC machines producing precision parts 24 hours a day.

“As a result, we have built our reputation upon the ability to machine components of almost any weight and size to the highest degree of precision – something that is essential to our clients.

“This company is committed to both maintaining and improving such high standards of accuracy which is why it is heavily involved in a rolling programme of maintenance and investment to sustain and support our growing order book.”