Anything Mechanical,Inc 

616 King Street, Pottstown, Pennsylvania, 19464, United States


We are a full service machine shop catering to manufacturing. In addition to machining and fabricating we offer reverse engineering using solid works and cad cam, dynamic balancing and custom machine building. We specialize in Stainless and Nickel alloys as well as steel and plastics.

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Manufacturing Capabilities


Smart SL 280 M 3 axis with milling CNC Lathe

Leadwell MCV 1000AP 5 axis CNC Mill

Toyoda GT52 2 axis CNC lathe

Ikegai FT20U 3 axis with milling CNC Lathe

20 x 144 American Pacemaker manual Lathe

Induma 11 x 60 horizontal/ vertical Mill

Company Details

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Job Shop / Contract Manufacturer



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United States

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Ratings & Reviews From Buyers

5.00 (2)
good price, quality, timing, job done
Good quality parts, arrived quickly.
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