Engineering is the beginning of the manufacturing process. They will take your print or even your idea and develop it into a reality. The engineers take your projects and break it down from type of material, to all the processes required and include any finishes. Their layout of the prints is very crucial at this point. One thousands of an inch off and you have a rejected part. If the engineer does not get the prints right from the start, there are guaranteed problems throughout the production. We have one of the finest engineering departments in the business. The percentage of correct prints leaving that experienced department is 99.9%.

If you don't have an engineer on your staff, we can assist you every step of the way. If you have a print, it's verified before it hits our floor saving everyone time and money. Do you have a part with no prints? We are capable of reverse engineering and you will receive a print with your completed parts.

We have multiple up to date software programs that we work with, including, but not limited to: Solid Works, Cad Key, Pro-E and Auto Cad.



Engineering, Reverse Engineering, Laser Cutting, Waterjet Cutting, Shearing, Punching, Notching, Deburring, Grinding, Tumbling, Forming, Machining, Drilling, Helicoil Tapping, Countersinking, Hardware, Assembly, CNC Milling, CNC Turning (Lathe), Tapping, Engrave, Etch, Thread Milling, Spotweld (Steel, Aluminum and Stainless Steel), Welding (Mig and Tig), Aluminum Wire Feed Welding, Broaching, Knurling, Surface Grinding, Honing, Inspection, Tube Bending, Heat Treating, Annealing, Stress Relieving, Soldering, Riveting (Pop and Solid), Sawing (Band and Cold), Plasma Cutting, Acetylene Torches


Paint, Powder Coat, Silkscreen, Anodize (any color) Passivate, Electropolish, Iridite, Sand Blast (bead and/or glass), Electroless Nickel, Hardcoat, Oxide, Chromate, Chemical Film, Bright Dip, Zinc, Nickel, Alodine

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