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Precision Machining

2,659 Verified Suppliers (Page 1 of 54)
FEATURED SUPPLIERS
Krenn's Machine, Inc.  
Germantown, WI
 
B & B Machine Co.  
Springfield, TN
Industrial Design & Build Company fulfilling the needs of small businesses and Fortune-500 companies. Offering services mac...(more)
 
I D Machine, Inc.  
Hankinson, ND
 
Tibor Machine Products, Inc.  
Bridgeview, IL
 
Valley Tool, Inc.  
Water Valley, MS
 
Grob Company, Ron  
Johnstown, CO
ISO 9001:2008 Certified
 
Oliver Machine Products, Inc.  
Carson City, NV
Pneumatic & Hydraulic Actuators, Military & Passenger Aircraft, Liquid & Propane Fuel Injection & Hydraulic Cylinder Tooling
 
Precision Innovations, Inc.  
Germantown, WI
 
Rapid Precision Mfg., Inc.  
Britton, SD
 
TWH Enterprises, LLC  
Batesville, AR
ISO 9001:2008 & AS9100:2009; From Prototype to Production
 
Accraline, Inc.  
Bremen, IN
 
GAMPCO (General Automatic Machine Products Co.)  
Hillsdale, MI
Strategically combining cost competitive, quality machined brass, steel and specialty metal components with innovative serv...(more)
 
Gemini Precision Machining, Inc. (North)  
Bad Axe, MI
 
Photofabrication Engineering, Inc.  
Milford, MA
 
Remtex, Inc.  
Longview, TX
 
Sage Machine  
Sparks, NV
CNC Machine Shop
 
Sooner Mfg. Co.  
Tulsa, OK
 
Talon Innovations Corp., Inc.  
Sauk Rapids, MN
 
Accurate Cutter Grinding, Inc.  
Ramsey, MN
 
Astro Machine Works, Inc.  
Ephrata, PA
Specialized in Custom Machine Building, Precision Parts Machining & Reverse Engineering of Components
 
Crittenden Conversion Corp.  
Moses Lake, WA
 
Dynamic Design & Mfg., Inc.  
Longmont, CO
ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
Graybill's Tool & Die, Inc.  
Manheim, PA
 
Hafendorfer Machine, Inc.  
Louisville, KY
Specializing in Machined & Fabricated Components
 
Howard's Precision Mfg., Inc.  
Tulsa, OK
 
HyPro, Inc.  
Waterford, WI
 
JILco Precision Mold & Machine Co., Inc.  
Akron, OH
 
NAIAD DYNAMICS US, INC.  
Shelton, CT
Machining since 1941
 
On Target Machine  
Kiel, WI
 
Pro Machine, Inc.  
Canton, OH
 
Riverside Machine & Automation, Inc.  
Genoa, OH
 
Sanders Machine, LLC  
Douglasville, GA
Precision Die Components- Wire EDM
 
Serra Laser & Waterjet Inc.  
Anaheim, CA
Laser Cutting Specialist Since 1994
 
Southern Machine & Fabrication Co.  
Cartersville, GA
Complete Precision Machine Work & Industrial Contracting
 
Swiss Precision  
Brattleboro, VT
CNC Milling & Machining
 
PREFERRED SUPPLIERS
Johnston, IA
Specializing in stainless short runs to production runs
 
Rahway, NJ
Sheet metal fabrication, machining & laser cutting
 
Minnetonka, MN
 
Gravette, AR
 
Omaha, NE
 
Grand Rapids, MI
Precision machining of metal, turned & milled components
 
South Gate, CA
 
Minneapolis, MN
CNC Machining & Turning, ISO 9001:2008, ISO 13485, Full Service Prototype To Production
 
Tempe, AZ
 
Azusa, CA
Precision machining & metal cutting specialists
 
Phoenix, AZ
Complex 5-axis machining of aerospace, medical & commercial parts
 
Corona, CA
 
Burnsville, MN
Doing Business for Over 23 Years
 
Roy, UT
Specializing in machining small to medium size parts
 
Fairfield, NJ
Wire Rope, Cable Assemblies & Lockwire Replacement Safety Cable
 
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Manufacturing companies in Utah continue to expand, according to new data collected by IndustryNet, adding nearly 2,400 jobs in the past year alone. Altogether, Utah has gained more than 25,000 industrial jobs since September of 2010, and now accounts for more jobs than it had during the recession -- a milestone few states have achieved. Echoing similar progress recorded in other Western states like Colorado and Arizona, Utah's pro-business environment combined with a skilled workforce and a focus on technology and innovation has galvanized the state's industrial sector, helping to create jobs for a seventh straight year. This article will examine how manufacturing in Utah has evolved over the years, delving into city, county, regional, and historical data collected by Industry...(Full Article)
Finding the right type of machine shop
Monday, December 4, 2017
Recent data collected by IndustryNet shows the U.S. is home to hundreds of thriving machine shops, ready to take on your company's next machining order. Sales in the industry topped $261 million in 2016, and employment inched up a half percent. Your search for the right machine shop should begin with the nature of the machine work that you require. IndustryNet has compiled some top machine shops in the U.S. that provide outstanding service for different types of machine work. Precision machining Whether you need a prototype for a new medical device or a large lot of items for the automotive or aircraft industry, JC Milling Co. in Machesney Park, Illinois can meet your needs. JC Milling also applies various protective coatings. Though it began in 1979 as a local machine shop, JC Mil...(Full Article)
Top machine shops in the USA
Thursday, November 30, 2017
IndustryNet's latest data on U.S. machine shops shows the industry is experiencing an uptick in demand. The state of the machine shop industry is strong, with a total of 184 companies employing 2,780 people this year. IndustryNet recorded a half percent rise in the sector overall, as well as a 1.3% rise in sales. At the moment, the majority of machine shops in the country are in the Midwest area, followed by a tie for the South Atlantic and West South Central regions. New England has the fewest machine shops, with only 4 percent of the companies. Interestingly, the Midwest region is not only the area with the most businesses, but also the area with the most employment growth in the industry, with 23 percent of companies reporting growth to IndustryNet located there. With a clear ide...(Full Article)
U.S. machine shops report uptick in growth
Wednesday, November 29, 2017
A machine shop is a tinkerer's paradise. Stocked with lathes, drill presses, grinders and other types of machines, a machine shop is a fully-functional business capable of creating, replicating and repairing parts, usually metal. On a much smaller scale, a machine shop is a hobbyist's dream-come-true, granting the ability to work on anything from motor bikes to decorative home items. IndustryNet has compiled statistical information analyzing machine shops in the U.S. to gain perspective on current sector trends and compare company performance across a spectrum of data points. This article will explore current trends in the sector, industry performance and finally regional differences in machine shops in the United States. With a solid year of expansion in the manufacturing ind...(Full Article)
IndustryNet, which maintains current information on nearly 400,000 U.S. manufacturers as well 10,000+ industrial supply companies, recently reported strong growth in the U.S. laser cutting industry, citing a 4% rise in employment in the past year for those companies providing laser cutting services. Delving further into this data, IndustryNet discovered the top laser cutting companies in the U.S. based on employment, employment growth, facility square footage, and sales growth. IndustryNet found that out of 198 laser cutting companies in the United States the following top the sector according to various measurements: Top 10 laser cutting companies by employment 1. Resonetics, LLC; Nashua, New Hampshire; 1,200 employees. Utilizing both gas and solid state laser tools, Resoneti...(Full Article)
With applications in automotive, aerospace, biomedical, and electronics, the future of laser cutting is looking bright. Industry advances such as micro-engraving and the increasing demand for machine tools predict sectoral growth for laser cutting. IndustryNet, which maintains current information on nearly 400,000 U.S. manufacturers as well as 10,000+ industrial supply companies, recently analyzed the thousands of machine shops that provide laser cutting services in the U.S. to gain perspective on current industry trends and compare company performance across a spectrum of data points. This article will explore the industry as a whole, examining regional differences within the United States. According to its most recent analysis, IndustryNet is tracking 198 laser cutting companies wi...(Full Article)
Paul Polesnak has joined Franklin Bronze Precision Components, LLC (FBPC) as Quality Assurance Manager in Franklin, PA. Paul comes to Franklin Bronze with over 32 years of experience in quality and management systems, continuous improvement, and Lean/Six Sigma activities. He is as a Certified Quality Engineer and held previous roles as a Process and Methods engineer as well as a Senior Supplier Quality engineer. As Quality Manager, Paul manages the ISO 9000 Quality System, develops, oversees and implements process control and plant continuous improvement activities, and directs all auditing functions at Franklin Bronze. Paul attended Pennsylvania State University, earning a Bachelor's degree in Metallurgy and an MBA from Youngstown State University. About Franklin Bronze Precision C...(Full Article)
According to the Precision Machined Products Association, the precision machining industry is experiencing growth. The association's business activity index, which is based on reports from 81 shops, reached record-high levels in January, up almost 4 percent over the five-year January average. In addition, IndustryNet data also shows strong sales and employment growth in precision machining. The industry produces highly engineered machined components based on customer specifications, using materials such as steel, aluminum, titanium, stainless steel and various advanced alloys. Both complex parts and complete assemblies are manufactured to be incorporated into products such as automobiles, aircraft, medical devices and appliances. Data from IndustryNet reveals the companies that are l...(Full Article)
Servicing industry sectors and creating objects of every shape and size, precision machining is used to manufacture everything from the smallest of surgical instruments to the largest of aircraft parts. In order to manufacture these parts, a precision machinist follows a set of blueprints that are created using computer-aided design (CAD) or computer-aided manufacturing (CAM). These designs are transferred to a computer numerical control (CNC) machine that creates each piece by removing material to precise specifications, enabling the machinist to produce any quantity of parts precisely as designed. As technology improves, so does the ability of machines to create parts with greater precision. However, manufacturing has not yet reached a point where every job can be performed by a ro...(Full Article)
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