Fisher Barton specializes in the production of high-quality components using advanced manufacturing technologies. With our investments in our people and the latest CNC, turning, milling, and cutting equipment we manufacture components with close tolerances, complex geometries, and various features, edges, threads, tapped holes, and surfaces.

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) technology allows for precise and automated control of machining tools, ensuring consistent and accurate results. These processes enable Fisher Barton to produce intricate and precise components.

CNC Machining

Computer Numerical Control (CNC) is a highly advanced and precise manufacturing process used to create intricate parts and components. It combines the power of computer programming and automated machinery to accurately cut, shape, and form materials into the desired shape and size. CNC machines follow pre-programmed instructions, enabling them to carry out repetitive tasks with exceptional accuracy and efficiency. This technology offers numerous advantages, including the ability to work with a wide range of materials, produce complex geometries, achieve tight tolerances, and create parts with consistent quality. CNC machining has revolutionized the manufacturing industry, providing faster production times, reduced human error, and the flexibility to produce customized and highly detailed components for various industries.


Our equipment includes advanced milling capabilities, allowing for simultaneous machining of multiple sides, improved productivity, and high accuracy in part production.

Milling is a machining process that involves the use of rotating cutting tools to remove material from a workpiece, resulting in the creation of various shapes and features.

Fisher Barton can mill both small-scale and large-scale components up to a diameter of 98.4 inches (or approximately 2.5 meters), which represents a significant capability for machining large-scale components. This size range allows for the production of sizable and complex parts, such as turbine blades, large gears, aerospace structures, and industrial equipment. Milling machines equipped to handle such diameters employ robust and precise mechanisms to ensure stability, accuracy, and efficient material removal. With the ability to work on such large dimensions, milling up to 98.4 inches in diameter caters to industries requiring the fabrication of substantial components that demand close tolerances and intricate geometries.