Services and Capabilities

As you see from our equipment list, we bring a very wide array of equipment to bear on the job at hand. Our services include CNC milling (4th axis capable), conventional milling, CNC turning, manual turning, surface grinding, cylindrical grinding, fabrication, inspection, design and documentation, and reverse engineering. We can competitively manufacture lot sizes as big as thousands or as small as one, and can hold tolerances of .0001”. If it is broken we can probably fix it, and if your plant is down we will make every effort to fix it today, even if that means coming to your facility to see the application first or staying late. Our focus is on solving your problems. If you need it done, ask!

Emergency and Repair Services

Save money by fixing it. Get it running faster.

emergency

  • Decades of combined experience in diagnosing and repairing problems
  • Largest lathe in the area
  • Emergency and expedited service available
  • Large inventory of raw materials

Production and Reverse Engineering

Use economical, fast, and domestic parts instead of expensive, slow, and foreign ones.

  • CNC milling (with 4th axis)
  • CNC turning
  • Coordinate measuring machine with modern metrology software
  • 3D CAD/CAM system
  • Stocking program available to keep your inventory down and your plant running

Specialty Design

Who says that special project can’t be done? Let us see if we can help you.

design

  • Surprisingly economical
  • Large or small projects
  • Full documentation
  • We love the challenges other shops won’t take

Equipment List

  1. saws
  2. 1. Cosen 300H-NC fully automatic band saw, 12″ round capacity
  3. ironworker
  4. 1. Edwards Jaws IV
  5. sheet metal brake
  6. 1. 16 guage x 24″ capacity
  7. welding and cutting
  8. 1. Oxy-acetylene torch
  9. 2. Millermatic 200 MIG stainless/aluminum/steel
  10. 3. Miller Synchrowave TIG/stick 250 DX with pulser
  11. drill presses
  12. 1. 2 floor mount #3 Morse taper 9.5″ to column
  13. 2. Radial arm drill 48″ to column
  14. planer mill
  15. 1. G. A. Gray 10′ x 2′ capacity
  16. engine lathes
  17. 1. Saro, swing over gap: 40″, swing over cross slide: 16″, distance between centers: 13′
  18. 2. Standard Modern, swing over bed: 20″, swing over cross slide: 12″, distance between centers: 10′
  19. 3. Acer, swing over bed: 18″, swing over cross slide: 9.75″, distance between centers: 5′
  20. 4. Sharp, swing over bed: 18″, swing over cross slide: 9.75″, distance between centers: 5′
  21. 5. Nardini, swing over bed: 14″, swing over cross slide: 8″, distance between centers: 4′
  22. 6. Clausing, swing over bed: 14″, swing over cross slide: 8″, distance between centers: 3′
  23. 7. Rockwell, swing over bed: 16″, swing over cross slide: 9.5″, distance between centers: 3′
  24. 8. South Bend, 5c collet lathe, swing over bed: 10″, swing over cross slide: 7″, distance between centers: 3′
  25. vertical milling machines
  26. 1. (7) Bridgeport or comp. type 48″ table, 12″ cross feed travel
  27. 2. DoALL 48″ table 16″ cross feed travel
  28. 3. Shaping head
  29. 4. Milwaukee Model H
  30. horizontal milling machine
  31. 1. Cincinnati No. 2M 24″ x 12″ continuous cut
  32. CNC milling
  33. 1. Haas VF-3 40″ x 20″ x 20″ capacity with 4th axis
  34. 2. (2) Bridgeport 2-axis
  35. CNC turning
  36. 1. Haas SL-20 10″ x 20″ between centers capacity
  37. surface grinding
  38. 1. K.O. Lee manual 6″ x 18″ capacity
  39. 2. Brown and Sharpe 824 Techmaster, 8″ x 24″ capacity programmable
  40. cylindrical grinding
  41. 1. Cincinnati Milacron R-78 10″ x 32″ capacity
  42. broaching
  43. 1. Hansford Davis Keyseater
  44. presses
  45. 1. 20 ton hydraulic
  46. 2. No. 3 B Greenerd arbor press
  47. metrology
  48. 1. Clark hardness tester
  49. 2. Cordax 1808-M coordinate measuring machine, Nikon Metrology software
  50. 3. Jones & Lamson comparator
  51. 4. Starrett micrometers to 24″
  52. large format printing
  53. 1. Hewlett Packard DesignJet 650c plotter 3′ wide max. capacity
  54. hones
  55. 1. Sunnen 1290