PC abaclix have been providing a CNC Machining & Cutting service since 1987. With many years experience in the CNC routing and cutting industry, PC abaclix offers CNC routing/cutting and polishing on all flat sheet material such as acrylic, wood, MDF, aluminium, di-bond, etc. , to customers throughout the UK. The business is located in Shoeburyness (Southend-on-sea).
We aim to supply businesses with a professional out source CNC machining service and has multihead routers 3mx2m beds. Our expert staff allow clients to save money and time and our service is designed to be cost effective every time.
We specialise in flat sheet material such as Acrylic, Perspex, MDF, Chipboard, Polycarbonate, Trespa, Velstone, in addition to all non-ferrous material for the POP/POS display industry through to Petrochemical and Aerospace/MOD Industries through to Theatre sets.
We have, through the years progressed into manufacturing & distribution for a one-shop service.
Specialist SuppliersWe are specialist suppliers to display, shop fitting, signage and interior build. PC abaclix encourage freethinking and creativity of its members, especially when it is to the benefit of its customers and, ultimately, to the progress of PC abaclix.
Quality permeates every aspect of its business with time and money spent in formal training to reinforce this objective.
Customer Service Excellence
PC abaclix are committed to supplying quality service. All our members of staff are devoted to creating a positive experience for all our customers.
We always try to go above and beyond customer expectations.
We are confident in what we do and we only make promises we are confident that we can keep.
Our Customer Service Team is committed to providing you with fast, efficient, professional and courteous service of the highest level.
You can contact our Customer Service team directly by telephone on +44 (0) 1702 299 540 where a member of staff will be able to assist you. Alternatively contact us by email.
Did you know?
We are the proud owners of the only Axxiom routers in Europe with a walking clamp system allowing us to stack 3000mm x 2000mm sheet material up to 50mm high and thus producing 20 to 30 times the volume of a conventional router.