Welcome to WGD

Welcome to WGD, we are the leading
manufacture of aviation components
in New Zealand. Our CNC Machining facility
is built from the ground up housing the best CNC machinetools money can buy.

CNC Turn/Milling

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At WGD we have a large capacity for turned and mill turned components. We have the ability to handle large productions runs while optimising our bar feeders which each machine has installed. WGD takes advantage of using FeatureCAM to program complex parts at high speed producing minimal lead times.


Hyundai 200M

  • 4,500RPM
  • 62mm Spindle Bore
  • 12 Tool Postions
  • Max Diameter 330mm
  • 350mm Between Centers
  • Auto-Tailstock
  • Bar Feeder
  • Live Tooling

Victor VT-Plus 20

  • 4,200rpm
  • 55mm Spindle Bore
  • 8 Tool Postions
  • Max Diameter 200mm
  • 405mm Between Centers
  • Tailstock
  • Bar Feeder

Takisawa TC-20

  • 4,500rpm
  • 50mm Spindle Bore
  • 12 Tool Postions
  • Max Diameter 220mm
  • 500mm Between Centers
  • Tailstock
  • Bar Feeder

Takisawa TC-2

  • 3,200rpm
  • 55mm Spindle Bore
  • 8 Tool Postions
  • Max Diameter 260mm
  • 300mm Between Centers
  • Tailstock
  • Bar Feeder

Manual Machining

4 x Manual Turning Centers

WGD Lead The Way

WGD have invested in LANG Work holding equipment manufactured in Germany.
LANG is the best in the world when it comes to workpiece holding. WGD has minimised the setup and transfer times of each job.

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WGD of New Zealand Install Delcam FeatureCAM

Accredited aeronautical and defence machinists Winston & Gordon Davies of Auckland, New Zealand, are renowned for their ultra-precision work which includes telescope components.

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New 5 Axis Machining On Site

On 18th December 2014 we installed our new Spinner 5 axis U620 machining center. This machine will enable us to process the most complex components with great efficiency and accuracy. In most cases this increased flexibility reduces the need for expensive fixtures, clamping devices which means we can save you some money, now that’s a good thing.

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