Precision CNC machining transforms raw materials such as finished shapes, cylindrical, or bar stocks into finished components of varying sizes and geometries. CNC machining can produce small or large components with strict tolerances and is compatible with a range of materials, from soft aluminium and brass to hard titanium and cobalt-chrome alloys. CNC-machined parts can undergo secondary operations, including surface treatment, heat treatment, anodization, and electroplating.

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Sheet Metal Stamping: Precision Manufacturing of Custom Components | Materials Selection: The Key to Custom Sheet Metal Stampings

Injection Moulding

Investment Casting: Top-Quality Cast Components

​Sheet metal stamping is a versatile manufacturing process that utilizes specialized tools and dies to transform metal blanks into the final components required for different applications. At our company, we offer custom precision sheet metal stamping services for a wide range of industries, including automotive, aerospace, consumer electronics, and electronic manufacturing.

Our manufacturing processes employ coiled or blanked sheet metal to produce components in either short runs or high volumes, utilizing techniques such as bending, cutting, and welding to achieve the desired shape and size of the finished product. Our state-of-the-art production capabilities include blanking, bending, embossing, punching, drawing, forming, piercing, laser cutting, welding, secondary machining, and fabrication.

Our expertise in sheet metal stamping allows us to work with a wide range of materials to produce custom components for our clients. We can work with materials such as cold-rolled steel (CRS), hot-rolled steel, stainless steel, galvanized steel, brass, aluminum, and beryllium copper. We provide complete secondary operations, including powder coating, painting, anodizing, silk screening, and pad printing, with assembly services also available.​

Forging involves the application of intense, localized pressure to metal through hammering, pressing, or rolling. Forged parts are stronger than those produced through alternative methods and are commonly utilized in applications that require exceptional strength, reliability, and safety. After being forged, components can undergo further processing through precision CNC machining and surface finishing.

Fabrication is the process of transforming raw materials into finished products through cutting, shaping, and assembling. Our fabrication capabilities include cutting, welding, bending, machining, and assembling. We use this process to manufacture products such as metal structures, electronic devices, and textiles. Successful fabrication requires careful planning, skilled technicians, and advanced machinery.


Injection molding is a production process that employs pressure to force molten plastic into molds, resulting in mass-produced components in various plastic materials. Injection-molded parts are utilized across a broad spectrum of industries, including automotive, consumer goods, and medical devices. Injection molding is capable of producing parts in a wide range of sizes and complexity and can easily capture small features, intricate geometries, and thin walls.

Die casting involves pouring molten metal into a mold to create precise components with intricate details and perfect fits for functional purposes. Various metal alloys, including aluminium, zinc, copper, brass, and bronze alloys, are used to mass-produce die-cast components. After a component has been die-cast, it can undergo further refinement through CNC machining.

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Our comprehensive range of extrusion services includes cutting aluminium extrusions to the required length and carrying out necessary secondary operations such as CNC machining and surface treatment. Extruded aluminium is commonly used in manufacturing engine blocks, transmission housings, and vehicle and truck bodies. Extruded aluminium components are also widely used in the building and construction industry due to their ability to resist weather and building movement.

​At Ind Aust Group, our manufacturing capacity is virtually unlimited. We are capable of doubling production requirements at short notice, irrespective of product type, specification, or scale. Our network of partner facilities and supplier base facilitates rapid scaling of production.

At our company, we have a diverse range of capabilities that allow us to provide high-quality solutions for our clients' manufacturing needs. From fabrication to investment casting, we specialize in a variety of processes and materials to deliver top-notch components for various industries.



Die Casting

CNC Machining


Investment casting is a specialized manufacturing process that utilizes wax patterns and a ceramic shell to create high-quality components with a wide range of applications. At our company, we offer top-notch investment cast components made from different types of non-ferrous and ferrous alloys.

Our team carries out post-production processes such as surface treatment, heat treatment, and finish machining on the cast parts to ensure that they meet the highest standards of quality and performance. We can handle various materials like low-alloy steel, carbon steel, and different grades of stainless steel, as well as a broad range of non-ferrous metals including bronze, brass, and aluminum.