New Frontier CNC 

720 Morwood Road, Telford, Pennsylvania, 18969, United States

About

New Frontier CNC provides precision manufacturing and engineering services. We specialize in prototypes, repairs, and short run production of small pieces, as well as providing design and R&D services for parts and tooling.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

CNC Toolroom Lathe STH6 - from Detroit Machine Tools

Smithy 409 Benchtop Mill with 3 Axis DRO & Powerfeed

Mitutoyo PH-A14 Comparator with QM200 Data Processor

Company Details

Company Type

Job Shop / Contract Manufacturer

Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

12/05/2019

Location

United States

D-U-N-S Number

101305359

Languages

English

Ratings & Reviews From Buyers

5.00 (2)
5.00
01/07/2022
Excellent work on the second batch.
5.00
12/21/2021
Nice, sanitary job. Excellent delivery. Am working with him on some larger projects.
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