Precision machined hardware that engineers trust & end-users are blissfully unaware of
Precision CNC Connections That Hold the Hardware Together
CNC-manufactured connector components like receptacle shells, plug shells, coupling nuts, and inserts are the glue that holds hardware together in demanding applications ranging from submarines to spaceships—and everything in between.
In all of these environments, precision machining and the highest standards for accuracy are essential. Everyone from engineers to end-users expect their CNC components to be so reliable that they don’t require a second thought.
Senga Engineering is the precision CNC manufacturer that industry leaders rely on for consistent and accurate component production. With more than 40 cutting-edge CNC machines and innumerable configurations, we are the partner engineers trust for the parts that matter.
Full Accountability & Traceability From Dock to Stock
CNC Machining Capabilities
40+ state-of-the-art CNC machine tools for minimal handling and unmatched quality.
Get the highest accuracy for complex applications with lathe, vertical, or horizontal machining centers and material handling operations in one setup.
Multi-Axis CNC Turning
Ensure precision with two dozen Okuma lathes capable of .25- to 12.0-inch diameters. Single-operation finishing from bar-fed material also reduces handling.
Multi-Axis CNC Milling
Choose high-efficiency continuous production from 3- to 11-axis CNC milling and turning machines that ensure accuracy for the most complex components.
Turnkey Manufacturing Solutions
Uplevel your parts with finishing, marking, heating, assembly, pre-production engineering services, and more through Senga’s supply chain.
Additive Manufacturing (3D Printing)
Increase productivity and profitability with rapid prototyping to full-scale production runs using premium materials to reduce costs and lead times.
Swiss Turning Support
Secure the smallest precision components with the tightest tolerances machined from the best materials for the most essential applications.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the smallest and largest parts you can produce?
- Mill-Turn: .25″ – 12″ diameter, up to 20″ long
- Milling: 24″ x 24″ x 12″
Does Senga run 1–2 piece development orders or offer prototyping support?
Is SPC being used at your facility?
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Hear From Our Partners
Professionalism & turnaround time have been exceptional
“I feel privileged to have Senga Engineering with their capacity and capabilities. Their professionalism and turnaround time have been exceptional, not to mention the excellent care & dedication that Mike Irion shows every day. Always willing to go the extra mile to get us what we need.”
Business Operations Manager, Fiber Optic Interconnect Solutions Provider
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