AW Fraser manufactures and exports brass components and machined bronze to Australia and around the globe. AW Fraser has a modern, well-equipped machine tool facility at its manufacturing location in Christchurch, New Zealand.

The key advantage to the client base is that foundry, brass extrusion mill and CNC machine shop are all located on the one site, eliminating waste and allowing excellent quality control at each stage of the process.

The experienced staff continue to develop efficiencies with the use of the latest machinery and manufacturing cells which allow skilled operators to run multiple machines or complete secondary tasks.

The latest acquisition in the machine shop is the magnificent Okuma LU45, the world’s largest production twin turret lathe, which allows for fast accurate turning of bushes up to 26″ in diameter.

The industries serviced by the machine shop include Mining, Rail/Heavy Diesel, Actuators/ Gear Assemblies/ Transmission Products, Marine, Hydraulic Components and any other industries requiring machined bronze and brass components.

If you have any questions about machined bronze exported to countries such as Australia, Asia, Europe and America, contact us today.

Reasons to choose AW Fraser:

  • AW Fraser exports to all corners of the globe, maintaining a competitive edge in the global marketplace through a commitment to quality engineering and manufacturing.
  • AW Fraser maintains its own laboratory with the latest equipment and can supply reports for all production on request. Read more
  • AW Fraser is accredited to ISO 9001 and ISO 14001, delivering independently accredited quality. Read more
  • AW Fraser has received multiple Supplier Awards from a Fortune 500 company for machined components.

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