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Precision Machined Components

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Iseli Company  
Walworth, WI
ISO 9001:2015
 
Abbate Screw Products, Inc.  
Roselle, IL
ISO 9001:2015 Registered; Quality Precision Machined Components
 
PL Mfg.  
Cooperstown, ND
 
Alecto Industries, Inc.  
Maywood, IL
 
Billet Industries  
York, PA
Your 1st choice for dependable quality & service
 
Escotronics Precision Components, Inc.  
Sarasota, FL
 
J & L Precision Machine Co., Inc.  
Bethlehem, PA
Custom Precision Machined Components & Assemblies, ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
Marksman Metals Co., Inc.  
St. Michael, MN
Precision Manufacturing & Fabrication. ISO 9001:2015
 
Preferred Tool & Die, Inc./Preferred Precision  
Shelton, CT
ISO 13485 & ISO 9001 Registered
 
Webber Metal Products, Inc.  
Cascade, IA
Quality precision-machined components, sub-assemblies & assemblies. ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
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Phoenix, AZ
 
Mount Vernon, IL
ISO 9001:2008, Including 5-Axis Machining
 
Wixom, MI
 
Holliston, MA
 
Forest Lake, MN
Industry leader for intricate, robust and fast cycling molds
 
Wharton, NJ
 
Waterbury, CT
ISO 9001:2015 CERTIFIED. Quality machined parts at competitive prices. Low to High volume. Secondary services available. All industries served
 
Escanaba, MI
 
Winsted, CT
Since 1944, Fairchild Auto-Mated Parts, Inc. has been crafting precision-machined parts for North American companies and has become an integral part of the su...(more)
 
Kronenwetter, WI
Custom wire forms, welded assemblies, precision machined components, fabricated tubes, 3D & 2D laser & stamped parts
 
Louisville, KY
Specializing in Machined & Fabricated Components
 
Hibbing, MN
Since 1985, from prototypes through production runs, offering diversified manufacture of precision components for the aerospace, medical telecommunications, i...(more)
 
Marthasville, MO
 
Arvada, CO
General Machining Job Shop
 
Avon, MA
 
Machesney Park, IL
ISO 9001:2015 Certified
 
Berlin Heights, OH
 
Necedah, WI
 
Leander, TX
 
Rocky Hill, CT
Precision machined parts & specialized washers, including orifice & value-added assemblies
 
Milford, MA
Manufacturer of Precision & Decorative Etched Metal Products
 
Springfield, IL
ISO 9001:2015 Registered
 
Farmingdale, NY
Complex Parts. The best they can be
 
Thomaston, CT
 
Bedford, OH
Machining & Assembly
 
Wake Forest, NC
Superior Tooling is dedicated to top quality & on time service
 
Rock Valley, IA
 
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Rolla, MO
 
West Chester, PA
 
Tolland, CT
 
Avon, MA
 
Erie, PA
 
South Windsor, CT
 
West Chester, PA
 
Meadville, PA
 
Inman, SC
 
Fort Pierce, FL
 
Tualatin, OR
 
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As with other industries, precision machining constantly evolves as advances in technology occur. Choosing to work with a skilled precision machining provider allows companies to utilize the latest advances in this industry, achieving the best possible results. Using a skilled provider delivers access to the latest innovations, such as incorporation of IoT and advancements in precision that deliver superb results. Overview of Precision Machining in the U.S. To deliver an overview of the current state of precision machining in the U.S., consider some key statistics. There are currently 1,267 companies in the industry, with 25,925 jobs. The current sales in the industry are $10.4 billion. The U.S. region with the highest percentage of precision machining companies is the Midwest, f...(Full Article)
Screw machine products make up a key portion of the precision machining industry. The applications for screw machine products are vast, with these items used in appliances, computers, firefighting equipment, airbags and more. Depending on the manufacturer, screw machine products can be made from stainless steel, aluminum, steel, plastic or bronze. Take a closer look at the size and distribution of the industry to have a better idea of how it fits into precision machining as a whole. ...(Full Article)
Our world is inseparably dependent upon machines and technology as a part of everyday life. While many may not give it a second thought, everything - from the car they drive to the computers utilized for work to the instruments used by your doctor - requires precision machined components to function. An individual may rely on thousands of these precision machined parts during the course of their day without even knowing it. Yet, without the specialized manufacturers who produce these high-tolerance parts, much of life as we know it would grind to a halt. Current Status Thanks to near universal reliance on technology and recent changes to global trade agreements, precision machined component manufacturers are seeing a resurgence here in the United States. Average sales have increas...(Full Article)
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)
U.S. precision machining gains momentum
Thursday, October 18, 2018
With the acceleration of the U.S. economy and the implementation of new tariffs, domestic demand for the products produced by precision machining, and the tools to fabricate them, is on the rise. The new duties affect a wide range of components including parts for aircraft gas turbines, engine parts, machining centers for working metal, lathes and waterjet cutting machinery. The increased expense of importing machined items is promoting both the growth of existing U.S. precision machining shops and the startup of new ones. IndustryNet has compiled data on the 7,638 companies in the U.S. precision machining industry. The sectors included are:...(Full Article)
Other than the iconic - and fictional - Rosie the Riveter, few Americans actually know many women who work in the manufacturing industry. There is a good reason. According to a recent Deloitte study commissioned by the Manufacturing Institute, women comprise only 29 percent of the manufacturing workforce. The study interviewed a number of women across a variety of manufacturing careers with diverse educational achievements to try to explain the gap between the number of women available to work in manufacturing and the number of women who actually pursue manufacturing as a career. The primary reason cited is that of image. The industry retains the decades-old image of being dirty, dark and dangerous, despite the technological advances that have created cleaner, safer work environments in...(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)
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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