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Acme Gear Company 

130 West Forest Ave, Englewood, New Jersey, 07631, United States

About

Acme Gear Company was founded in 1929, specializing in custom gears for the aeronautical industry. Our supervisors average over 20 years of experience making custom gears. Over the years, Acme gears have been successfully used in the PT boat engines during World War II and in the NASA moon buggy. Our expertise in regular carbon steels to high tech materials is supplied to industrial markets for transit, renewable energy, compressor, industrial air conditioners, excavators (mining), farming equipment, gear boxes and pumps, marine, military, printing machinery, and aerospace applications.Acme Gear Company offers you over 75 years of specialized experience in the prototype and mass production of top quality precision ground or cut gears, machined products for original equipment manufacturers and the aerospace industry. Our skilled engineering department is available to solve the most intricate problems, in strict compliance with your specifications and requirements in addition to the most up to date ISO requirements. Acme's fully integrated and production-controlled manufacturing plant provides you with the most up-to-date machine tools for satisfying the varied demands for "few-to-production runs" of precision gears and machined products. Our ideal location facilitates the use of air, rail, and trucking terminals, ensuring timely delivery to meet your assembly schedule.

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Company Details

Cage Code

82596

Employees

50-100

MFG Member Since

09/25/2007

Location

United States

D-U-N-S Number

002002129

Languages

English

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