DBN specialises in machining precision mechanical parts using CNC machining centres and lathes.
Founded in 1976 in Bayeux (Calvados, Normandy), DBN is a family company which continues to adapt to market trends.
40 years of experience, 30 employees, 3x8 shift teams - we have a varied and diverse client base in cutting-edge industries like medical.
DBN is particularly skilled in medium series, repeat, adjusted and planned part orders with buffer stock management
We produce small and medium series parts (from 50 to 20,000 parts) using raw materials like steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper alloys, plastics, etc.
As a responsive and efficient company, we optimise our production using leading software (CAD/CAM, simulation, quotes, scheduling)
Steps of production
Our sales team proposes a price in collaboration with our process planning department, which refines the process.
Our buyers order materials (steel, stainless steel, aluminium, copper alloys, plastics, etc.).
Our setters/programmers tailor the tools (specific production if needed) and numerically calibrate the machining tools.
Our specialised machinists complete the successive production stages.
Our specific department verifies the quality of parts in our in-house laboratory.
If needed, we can store some of your machining parts to anticipate urgent orders.
Our shipping department tailors the packaging to your parts or follows your recommendations.
From quotation through to delivery, you can rely on our exacting standards and expertise for a product which meets your expectations in every way (quality, lead times).
A comprehensive offer
In-house or with a partner: machining, EDM, grinding, surface treatment, heat treatment, painting, laser cutting, prototyping, unique parts
We'll be at SEPEM in January !
DBN and 2MA will share a common booth
Visit of Senator Allizard
Accompanied by representatives of SOTRABAN, the Norman cluster of industrial subcontractors, Pascal ALLIZARD (Senator of Calvados) came to visit our industrial site.
Big spring cleaning
In view of the open house on June 17, we are rethinking and cleaning up our workspaces.