Renard Tooling Technics Pty Ltd


Precision Toolmakers       CAD/CAM Facility       EDM Spark Erosion

C.N.C. Wire Cutting          C.N.C Milling         C.N.C Turning    


About Us ...

Renard Tooling Technics was established in 1981 operating as a small machine shop, employing 1-2 people, operating only a small number of machines.

Since that time Renard Tooling has expanded and has developed into a well known highly respected company throughout Australia. We now employ more than 10 staff with skills covering CAD design, all types of CNC machines, tool making, quality inspection and project management.

This rapid growth lead the company to further develop its capabilities and moved into larger premises in 1990.

Our employees are skilled craftsmen, trained to produce the highest quality tooling by the most effective means, using modern production and inspection equipment and offer to the customer a wide variety of product range, produced to the customers specifications.

Product Range includes:

- Press Tooling

- Plastic and Rubber Tooling

- Gauges and Fixtures

- Precision Components

Technologies and machine processes involved in these products are:

  • C.N.C Turning, Milling & Wire Cutting

  • Milling

  • Turning

  • E.D.M. Spark Erosion

  • Grinding

  • CAD/CAM Facilities

  • 5 Axis Turn/Mill

As Renard Tooling is run by a small management team, the customer can deal directly with the people making the decisions and therefore be assured that the best quality, delivery and price will be achieved to meet the needs and requirements of the customer.

This website provides a platform to showcase our capabilities. It shows was facilities that we have and to see the quality workmanship that is built into every component that is manufactured by the company. The  pictures below show the quality of the manufactured tooling at Renard Tooling.

An example of Rubber Tooling that have been made at Renard Tooling Technics

An example of Press Tooling made by Renard Tooling Technics

An example of Press Tooling with the completed component in the foreground.


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