Product and Technology Partner with Business Proficiency in the Automotive, Transportation, Defense, and Medical Device Industries
WHAT WE DOWe deliver custom solutions, tailored to you – your industry, your culture, your one-of-a-kind quest. We offer a range of engineering services, all designed to help your company reach its potential. Whether you are looking for a small tweak or complete overhaul, we have you covered. Our services are available a la carte so you can get precisely what you need.
RAPID PROTOTYPING AND MOREAdditive manufacturing, also known as 3D printing, is a great tool in product development. It allows for prototypes to be made rapidly while remaining extremely cost-efficient. Our printers offer industry-leading print sizes and a range of materials that can be used in all stages of prototyping, from fit and finish to structural pieces that work in an assembly.CNC Machining - HIGH-QUALITY MULTI-AXIS MACHININGOur advanced machinery provides you with fast, high-quality parts from a range of materials.
PRECISION PARTSWater Jet machining is a great option for cutting complex 2D parts due to its ability to cut sharp corners, small inner radii, and cut without having an effect on the surface temperature of the material. Our water jet machine paired with industry-leading software create precision parts for any project.
VERSATILE COMPONENTSOur unique molding system and in-house mold development help us create innovative solutions for all of your polyurethane molding needs.
MATERIAL APPLICATIONSOur experience in composites has provided us with the opportunity in developing our own products in-house. Composite materials are great for structural and lightweight products for industries such as racing, aerospace, and military. Some composite materials can be used for resisting electricity and certain chemicals as well.
THERMOFORMINGOne of the main advantages of using thermoforming is that it’s very adaptable to all of your project needs. Thermoforming has quick turnaround times and can be a great tool for providing prototypes, saving you time and money.
WELDINGMIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is a welding process in which an electric arc forms between a consumable wire electrode and the work piece, making it ideal for joining dissimilar materials. This process is commonly used for sheet metal, steel structures, and automotive components. Commonly used materials for MIG welding include carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, magnesium, copper, nickel, silicon bronze, and other alloys.
TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding is a non-consumable electrode welding method, therefore the tungsten doesn’t get consumed with the process. This allows for a higher degree of control resulting in very clean welds. TIG welding is commonly used in automotive, aerospace, and auto body repairs. Applicable materials for TIG include aluminum, copper, magnesium, titanium, nickel, and other non-ferrous metals.
Stick Welding, also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), is the most widely used of the various arc welding processes. Stick welding is very versatile in respect to its environment as it can be used indoors, outdoors, and in remote areas. Materials commonly used include steel, stainless steel, cast iron, or aluminum.