North Hartland Tool Corp.
Complete Design and Manufacture of Precision Tools, Gages and Fixtures North Hartland Tool Corporation is a leader in the design and manufacture of precision fixtures and gages, as well as precision machining and micro-hole drilling vermontmicrodrilling.com. Whether your company’s needs are in the field of aircraft engines, aerospace, medical equipment, optics, precision instruments, automotive, public utilities, rifles and handguns, computer or other high-technology areas, NHTC can work with you to maximize your quality and productivity.
NHTC can handle your complete project cycle—engineering, processing and procuring all facets of a project.
Our state-of-the-art facility and dedicated workforce ensures that your precision gages, custom or modular tools and fixtures will be delivered on time, on budget, and with unwavering quality and dependability.
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