Ross Parker (owner of the Sell & Parker business) realises he can cut steel plate to prescribed shapes electronically without requiring an engineer to make a template. With access to a supply of plate, Ross starts a business called “Oxy Profile Cutting”, which is eventually rebranded as “Oxycut”.
Sell & Parker buys a site in Amelia Street, Waterloo, where both the scrap recycling and profile cutting are co-located.
Oxycut moves to a property owned in Yerrick Road, Lakemba.
Oxycut moves to a 5000 sq m factory on property bought and redeveloped in Long Street, Smithfield.
Sell and Parker’s Oxycut buys steel profile cutting business Precision Profiling. The businesses are merged to form Precision Oxycut.
Sell and Parker acquire a brownfield property at Newcastle and immediately expands Precision Oxycut to this site.
Precision Oxycut commissioned and installed its first Kinetic 4000 in Newcastle, allowing them to offer drilling, tapping, countersinking, counterboring and contour bevelling.
Precision Oxycut commissioned another Kinetic 4000, installing it at its Smithfield site.
Sell & Parker celebrates 50 years in business.
Precision Oxycut commissioned and installed a Kinetic 5000 Sydney.
Commissioning of the latest Kinetic 5200 was completed and started production mid January. Install and commission of Precision Oxycut’s first Laser cutter installed mid February.
Precision Oxycut added a KiHeung RiGiTRAX CNC machine and Yawei laser cutter (the largest in Australia) to our site in Smithfield (Sydney).