Toolmaking, Mould Making and Precision Engineering

Precision machining is what we do. We can design and machine to very fine tolerances using precision CNC lathes, CNC machining centres, spark erosion (EDM), surface grinding and cylindrical grinding. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Q1: Do you have relevant experience?
A1: We specialize in toolmaking and mould making. Click here to see examples.

Q2: How long will it take?
A2: From 1 day to 3 months depending on complexity. Click here to contact us for an estimate.

Q3: How much?
A3: From $90 to $150,000. Click here to contact us for an estimate or a discussion of your needs.

Q4: I have an idea for a product. How do we move it forward?
A4: We have experience in product design, industrial design, and bringing new products to market. Click here to view our development process

Q5: Is my idea safe?
A5: Yes. Our reputation is based on keeping your data safe. We ensure appropriate non-disclosure agreements and confidentiality.

Features and Benefits

  1. We can provide toolmaking, mould making, blow moulding, die casting and plastic injection moulding and manufacture precision parts economically which saves you money and time.
  2. Our CAD modelling service allows you to visualize your idea in 3D.
  3. We can provide in-house 3D Printing so you can physically see, test and market your idea.
  4. We can provide CNC machining to precisely machine components to exacting specifications.
  5. We can use Spark erosion when machining challenging pieces with intricate detail.

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Precision machining

Custom industrial sieve for food industry

3D Printed Design

Muesli bar roller design

See more examples in our portfolio.

Happy Customers

From concept to delivery ,we find ATSL personable, professional , proactive and accurate.

They are very customer focused, regarding cost and timelines as important as the quality of the physical product itself.

I highly recommend ATSL to all who requires development and manufacture of small run specialist components, and modifications to existing or new tooling.
Torv Rozing - Ericsson New Zealand

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