Honey Engineering Ltd


At Honey Engineering we have a combined experience of over 60 years in the precision engineering sector. We’re based in Hampshire close to junctions 5 and 4a of the M3 and can be contacted via phone, email or fax if you have an order for precision manufactured parts and components.

Turnng Small Parts

We can take your designs and plans for small parts and components and have prepared them using advanced turning and machining methods. We can create prototype components for testing and further checks before you commit to large orders, one-off components, and large batches of parts using CNC equipment.


Talk to our engineering team if you have designs and technical drawings already ready and we can get started on making your parts. If you need any assistance or advice on materials and designs then we can provide this too.

CNC Milling

CNC machining enables us to create large batches of identical components and parts in a fast time frame. We can run CNC milling machines throughout the day so your order will be completed much quicker than traditional hand tooling.


We have the capacity for milling parts of 800mm x axis and 510mm y axis. And a prototype can be made first for you to check off before you commit to a large-scale production run. We can work with ferrous and non-ferrous metals along with toughened plastics depending on the nature of your component and its application.

CNC Turning

Using CNC turning machinery allows us to create large numbers of the same component or appliance to your precise design requirements. We run a CNC machine 24 hours a day throughout the week it means we can have your order finished much faster than by using traditional turning methods.


We offer bespoke CNC turning – we work to your designs and technical drawings. We have the capacity for machining parts from bar stock up to 51mm in diameter and for chucking parts up to 350mm diameter. We can supply you with prototypes if required before you commit to a big order and can work with ferrous and non-ferrous metals or plastics.

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