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Industrial Machine & Gear Works, LLC 

459 Long Beach Blvd, Long Beach, New York, 11561, United States

About

We are located in Long Beach, New York. For more than 72 years, Industrial Machine & Gear Works has been satisfying customers with quality precision parts to meet the needs of various industries. With this fast paced economy, there is no time to wait weeks or months for your order.

Industrial Machine & Gear Works is a family-owned and operated business. Started as a turning shop with Warner & Swasey Turret Lathes. Over the years we have consistently upgraded our CNC Turning and Milling capability. Our reputation precedes us by delivering quality precision parts on time. Industrial has the capacity to do whatever your business needs are whether small or large.

Recently, we received delivery of two new state of the art machining centers. A Haas VF-4SS 12,000 RPM Spindle 50” X 20” X 25” Machining Center with full 4th Axis and a Haas ST-30 2 Speed Gear Head Turning Center with 10” Chuck 21” X 26” length capability with a programmable tailstock.

We pride ourselves with reasonable pricing and on-time delivery. 

We welcome any inquiries, conversation, and requests for quotation. Looking forward to speaking with you.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Industries

Machinery and Tools, Construction, Packaging

Equipment

Haas VF4SS w. 4th Axis

Haas ST-30 CNC Lathe

Haas HRT210SP 4th Axis Rotary Table

Haas ST-30 21 X 26 Capacity 10 Chuck Programmable Tailstock

Company Details

Company Type

image

Cage Code

4R364

Employees

10-20

MFG Member Since

09/13/2019

Location

United States

D-U-N-S Number

087694488

Languages

English

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