Northtech Machining 

PO Box 1354, Oregon, 97479, United States

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About

Northtech Machining is located in Southern Oregon (United States). We have been in the CNC Machining and Manufacturing Trade since 2007 and specialize in Machining, Prototype and Production Parts for many different industries. Striving to manufacture Premier Quality Parts while making it Convenient, Cost-Effective, and Time Efficient by delivering on time for our customers. Our shop is fully equipt, using Mastercam software, 5 axis machining, CNC Turning, with many other advantages to serve you.

Our Work

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Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

2021 UMC 500 (5 Axis) Fully Loaded

2021 HAAS VF3SS (4 Axis), Fully Loaded

2000 HAAS VF3 (4 Axis)

Doosan Puma 2200 SYII

Doosan Lynx 220

Femco Durga CNC Turning Center

Dynapath CNC Lathe

Davenport, Model B (Multi-Spindle Screw Machine)

Bridgeport, Manual Mill

Amada HA-250 Auto Saw

Manual Lathe

Company Details

Company Type

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Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

06/15/2017

Location

United States

Languages

English

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