Sheet Metal Fabrication/Laser Cutting

Sheet metal fabrication and laser cutting capabilities provide you with the most effective solutions to your fabrication needs. CNC punching is done by high-speed turret punch presses; CNC forming is done by press brakes ranging from 25 to 230 tons. We have fully equipped weld booths for MIG & TIG welding and can spot weld steel up to 3/16” and aluminum up to 3/16”. Welding is certified to MIL-STD-2219 and AWS D17.1 . Laser cutting is done by five Mazak lasers and provides design engineers with the ability to generate intricate, close tolerance designs. More about Sheet Metal Fabrication/Laser Cutting
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precision machining   Precision Machining

Close tolerance CNC milling and turning of component parts and complex assemblies is a perfect complement to our sheet metal fabrication capabilities. Our parts are used by analytical instrumentation and life sciences, aerospace, defense OEMs, as well as other applications with demanding requirements. More about Precision Machining…

Mechanical/Electro-Mechanical Assemblies 

Success with mechanical and electro-mechanical assemblies is attributed to a complete menu of value-added capabilities. Our new, 1200 square foot assembly room, with positive airflow and HEPA filtration for dust-sensitive assemblies, enables us to do everything from assembling a medical diagnostic device complete with multi-language software, to chassis assembly, to packaging custom kits ready to ship Kanban to your production floor or end customer. More about Assemblies
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custom enclosures   Custom Enclosures

When it comes to housing the electronic system that you’ve worked so hard to design, why limit yourself to the constraints of a catalog? Let us help you develop the enclosure that meets the unique requirements of your application. We can produce everything from 19” rack mount equipment to desktop media converter enclosures.

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Rapid Prototyping with 3D Printing

3D printing using FDM technology is an additive process, building a part by heating and layering thermoplastic material. The head of the printer melts the material into a semi-liquid state and deposits it in layers in X and Y coordinates, and then the base moves down the Z axis and another layer begins. The part is built from the bottom up, one layer at a time allowing configurations to be built that simply can't be made by traditional methods. More about Rapid Prototyping with 3D Printing …
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