Top 10 CNC Machining companies

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1. dynamicprecision

Dynamic Precision Tool & Manufacturing, since its founding in 1982, has built a solid reputation for excellence in the manufacturing of precision prototype parts, and special machine components; servicing automotive, trucking, aerospace, defense, and medical industries with quality, cost-effective products.

Dynamic Precision Tool & Manufacturing is staffed by highly skilled specialists, operating out of two buildings on one property totaling over 34,000 square feet. Our CNC machining capabilities are second to none. Also, what makes us unique is the fact that we are a complete grinding shop offering large and small surface grinding, ID/OD grinding, form grinding and jig grinding services. We are also a wire EDM facility. What separates us from most machine shops is the fact that while we do machine to all the regular tolerances, we also work to tolerances of ± .0001 or closer on a daily basis.

At Dynamic Precision Tool & Manufacturing, our close association with our customer base and consistent high quality has created a strong tradition of continuous improvement and steady growth.

2. Shopbottools

ShopBot Tools began in the workshop/barn of Ted Hall more than 18 years ago. A professor of neuroscience at Duke University, In Ted’s spare time, he wanted to build plywood boats and he was becoming frustrated by the amount of time it was taking to cut the panels for curved hulls with hand power tools. He thought one of the computerized cutting tool called a CNC router would be helpful, but didn’t have the $50,000 that even a used, entry-level machine would cost. He also didn’t see why an engineering staff was required to create designs, or a technical staff to run the tool. So he started thinking about a practical way to make one of the tools less expensive and more accessible – after all, they seemed to be just large plotters that moved a cutter instead of a pen.

3. Xometry

Xometry launched in 2014 and has grown rapidly, driven by the ease of our instant quoting platform, our manufacturing expertise and our relentless devotion to helping customers with their project engineering needs. Our partner network now spans the nation to support the needs of customers and to help drive the business of local machine shops and manufacturing facilities. Partners do not pay to sign up for our network and there is no bidding for specific jobs. Our algorithm sends jobs to a list of carefully vetted facilities with matched capabilities. Xometry’s Project Engineering team is always responsible for making sure the parts are done correctly and on time.

4. astromachineworks

Astro Machine Works, Inc. was founded in 1984 in Ephrata, Pennsylvania with a clear vision: to serve the custom machinery and precision parts needs of the area’s top regional and national companies. Even through our early lean years, we tried to focus on business that fit within our vision, and were selective in terms of who we worked with and the type of work we performed. We believe this steadfast commitment has paid off. With each successful project, our reputation grew, enabling us to gradually expand our customer base geographically and from an industry standpoint. Today, Astro-built machines and parts can be found across the globe, doing all types of work for some of the world’s leading companies.

5. Worthyhardware

WORTHY is a full-service manufacturer meeting the needs of a diverse customer. We provide quality in our services which build lasting relationships from concept to production by providing:• Growth opportunities for our associates.
• Benefits to the communities in which we operate.
• Products and services that create long-term relationships with our customers.
• Profits to our shareholders

6. creativemechanisms

Our engineering firm specializes in designing, engineering and prototyping injection-molded mechanical products, primarily for the consumer market. We have a great team of engineers who work together to invent wonderful solutions to mechanical problems. To a much greater extent than at most firms, our group of talented individuals really works as a unit of one.

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8. portersfab

Our goal is to provide our customers with 100% On Time Delivery and 0% Defects. Customer satisfaction is our passion.

Porter’s Fabrications has built its reputation on our obsession with customer satisfaction. This obsession is based on our uncompromising promise to our customers:

Porter’s Fabrications will provide our customers with consistently high quality fabricated metal parts while meeting or exceeding their expectations.

9. wisconsinmetalparts

Wisconsin Metal Parts offers one shop for all your production metal parts. We produce quality CNC machined parts, sheet metal fabricating, metal stamping prototypes and production, fiber laser cutting, tool and die making and related services.

Wisconsin Metal Parts excels in producing parts that require multiple forms of production, such as stampings that need secondary grinding, machining or assembly. We are ISO 9001:2008 Certified.

Highly skilled people are at the heart of Wisconsin Metal Parts’ success, and they make our company unique in the industry. From our tool room staff to wire EDM operators, our employees are cross-trained to support different areas based on workload so we can maintain workflow. You can count on our talented people to produce some of the highest quality metal parts in the world.

10. rapidmanufacturing

RAPID was founded in 2001 by Jay Jacobs, out of the desire to get sheet metal parts from manufacturers to his customers in a timely manner. Jacobs worked in 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing until 1999, when he became a manufacturer’s representative. Accustomed to getting quotes in hours and parts in days from his previous employer, Jay was surprised to have to fight to get a quote in less than 2 weeks, with finished prototypes taking typically 4 to 6 weeks to reach the hands of his customers.

Jay saw an opportunity to create a sheet metal shop that focused strictly on prototypes, with a desire to make quantity one. Employing the business principles of the quick turn, additive manufacturing SLA service bureau world he knew, he could eliminate the delay for quotes. With dedicated machines and 3D CAD data to further streamline the process, he could eliminate long queue times. Jay found a small sheet metal shop (Russell Sheet Metal, whose owner was retiring) in Nashua, NH. With the help of his family and friends, his local bank and his and his wife’s life savings, he purchased it.


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