From Idea to Reality

You can create almost anything digitally. But that doesn’t always mean every fabrication succeeds in the real world. Where some shops might take orders and create things they know will fail, we are invested in your success.

Our experts excel in both the conceptual and practical aspects of design. If you have questions about the feasibility of a design, feel free to reach out. We can help bring your project to life and are happy to provide the advice and guidance necessary to achieve your goals.

CNC Turning and Milling

Because precision and efficiency matter to you, we use only Mori-Seiki and Okuma CNC lathes and vertical mills.

Turning – Our CNC lathes have a maximum turning diameter of 30″ and a maximum turning length of 80″.

Milling – The largest vertical mill we have offers a working envelope measuring 18′ x 24″ x 60″.

CNC and Manual Grinding

Our range of Kellenberger universal grinders, Elb & Blanchard surface grinders, Springfield vertical spindle grinders, and Moore jig grinders are equipped to meet your project’s requirements.

Cylindrical – 14″ diameter X 42″ long

Surface – 24″ X 60″ table size

Vertical – 36″ diameter X 16″ tall

Wire EDM

Our Wire EDM, a 2023 FANUC RoboCut 800 series, showcases cutting-edge technology. With impressive dimensions and capabilities, it handles complex projects effortlessly, setting a new standard in precision manufacturing. This significant investment demonstrates our commitment to tech advancement and excellence in the industry.

Multi-Axis Machining

Equipped with 7 Mazak Integrex multi-axis machining centers, our expert team produces highly detailed components that meet the most demanding specifications. 

Turning – Our turning operations boast a maximum turning diameter of 30″ and a maximum turning length of 100″, ensuring precision and accuracy in every component we craft.

Milling – Utilizing an envelope that accommodates a 30″ cube, we are adept at handling larger and more intricate components efficiently and on time.

Quality You Can Trust

Since earning our original ISO 9001:2000 certification in 2002, we have consistently adapted to the current ISO 9001:2015 standard.

Our inspection methods cover everything from traditional practices with traceable blocks to high-tech tools like our optical comparator and Brown & Sharpe CMM. This helps us carefully check, track, and confirm every machined feature.

We’re also proud to be registered under the International Traffic in Arms Regulation (ITAR) and certified as a Woman-Owned Small Business by NWBOC.