FasTrac International, LLC


FasTrac is a full service precision machining company located in West Bend, WI. Focusing on small to medium run volumes, we employ a wide range of equipment: Experience with materials ranging from castings, stainless steel, brass, and aluminum?Turning centers with bar feed capacity through 4 inches and chucking capacity up to 24 inchesThe latest in swiss lathe equipment to cost effectively handle the most demanding jobs.?Vertical machining centers with bed sizes up to 84" x 40" and 4th axis? capable?ISO 9001:2015 certified?MRP system, EDI capable?In house design team capable of developing a wide range of fixturesKanban inventory servicesWe can also address any coating, grinding, or heat treating needs through both in-house capabilities as well as an extensive supply base

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