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CNC Machinery

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Memphis, TN
 
Perry Hall, MD
Distributor of machine tools & industrial equipment, including lathes
 
Grand Prairie, TX
CNC Machine Tools
 
Cleveland, OH
Over 60 Years in Business. Over 300 New & Used Machines, Thousands More Available
 
Pewaukee, WI
 
Arlington, TX
Distributor of CNC machines
 
Tionesta, PA
 
Phoenix, AZ
 
Chatsworth, CA
 
La Verkin, UT
AS9100 Rev D/ISO 9001:2015/ITAR Reg., Contract Manufacturing, Precision Milled & Swiss Screw Machined Turned Parts, Prototype to Production
 
Greenfield, WI
Machine tool sales & service
 
Hudson, MA
1918 - Celebrating 100 Years - 2018
 
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Homer, MI
Erlanger, KY
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Warren, PA
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Precision machined components and parts are a rapidly growing industry in the United States. In the face of new tariffs on certain raw materials and components, this sector of the manufacturing industry is not slowing down. In fact, the main industries that rely on precision machined parts are all expected to grow over the next few years. These industries include automotive, aircraft, household appliances, spacecraft, tech hardware, medical devices, munitions, heavy machinery and military equipment. Future trends Forecasts are predicting continued growth as tariffs begin to positively influence domestic manufacturing. As large firms return production and assembly to the U.S., the opportunities for precision manufacturing are also slated to increase. There is currently a shortag...(Full Article)
Tool and die makers are machinists who create the parts and tools used to manufacture everything from the smallest toy to the largest jet engine. Originally, all work was done by hand. Today, computer numerically controlled, or CNC, machines perform many of the tasks. Once programmed, CNC machines work quickly, efficiently, and to exact specifications whether an order is for 10 units or 100. The U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates the median annual wage for tool and die makers is around $51,000 per year - well above the average national wage. While no higher education degree is required to enter the field, most tool and die manufacturers undergo an extensive apprenticeship, learning their craft on the job. Some advance from CNC machine operators to CNC progra...(Full Article)
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