About Us !

 

From the Owner

     After having been out of the machining industry for many years I decided to get back into the job shop/machining industries making parts again, you have to like what you’re doing!

Industrial Education and Work History

1)      Produced printer rolls and custom printing equipment and rough fabrication for a small shop named Pompton Machine and Tool

2)      Served 4 year bona fide apprentice at Tracer Machine and Tool worked on the M1 tank guidance system, Grumman,  and other  aerospace prototype work

3)      Midcounty Machine and Tool performing work for IBM and general prototype; 1-5 piece lots

4)      Macro Machine and Tool working for Otis elevator and prototype jobs

5)      Stanfordville Machine and Tool worked for IBM, Watervliet Arsenal, General Dynamics and others also started CNC department; programming, setting up, making all tooling/fixturing, quoting work, ordered tooling and supervising 7 Mori Seiki CNC machines and operators

6)      Fala Technologies.  Programmed and set up Okuma CNC bar machine and prototype work

General Focus and Direction of Company

     We are focused on primarily performing prototype work (1-5 pieces) and light production (15-200 piece runs) with some fabrication and welding as needed.  Holding close tolerances is no problem.  We can work with most materials:  aluminum, 304, 316, 174PH Stainless, high carbon and low carbon steel, machineable ceramics, plastics, composites or whatever your specific needs are.  Basically, if you need a job done we will do it; we don’t shy away from the difficult work to cherry pick the easier jobs, as a matter of fact, we enjoy the difficult jobs.  If we need to put in the extra hours to get your work done, that’s what we will do.  We are constantly improving our shop and acquiring new machines and inspection equipment as we move along.  No, we are not a big 10-50 man shop, we will not hire people just to try and get extra work out; we want only good tool makers/machinists here and not get stuck in the fill the slot philosophy.  We try to take on what we can handle; whatever we ship will be on time and meet or exceed your spec‘s.  In this line of work it’s almost impossible to keep everything “in house” and you have to sub some things, plating, etc, but that being said we are careful with our sub selection

Facility Description

1)      8,000 square foot 2 story; cinder block constructed

2)      3 phase, 220 and 110 throughout entire building to allow us to put equipment were we want, when we want

3)      Air lines throughout facility with outlets every 10’

4)      3 ton overhead crane system on first floor

5)      Second floor has crane system that allows us to move supplies, equipment, etc. to the second floor from the outside of the building

6)      Clean inspection area away from machining processes

7)      Air conditioned to enable better work environment for employees, stability for the computer systems and inspection room

8)      Networked 8 station computer system on both floors

9)      Very large inventory of commonly used nuts, bolts and fasteners to cut down on the hunt and seek problems some shops have; the distributers carry more than we do,  but not that much more

10)      Every work bench has numerous electric outlets and vices; this doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you’re trying to get a job out it really helps, a couple of minutes here and there means a lot

11)      Every machine station has pretty much all the tools required to perform most jobs that machine can perform; again no hunt and seek.

10)   Every work bench has numerous electric outlets and vices; this doesn’t sound like a lot, but when you’re trying to get a job out it really helps, a couple of minutes here and there means a lot