Turner Mold Making

2025 North Lapeer , Lapeer, Michigan, 48446, United States

About

Since 1994, Turner Mold Making and owner, Wayne Turner, have been doing business. A facility, with 9 verticals CNC's ranging to 80" x 40" work. From building casting molds, injection molds, Dunnage Molds (along with Manifolds), automotive tooling. We also, machining parts, castings, plastics, aluminum, and steel. Please consider letting us quote your next project. We will surprise you with our expertise, responsiveness, competitiveness and performance.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

1 - 2016 Fadal (Vertical CNC)

1 - Radial Arm Drill

1 - Surface Grinder

2 - 8040 Mighty Vipers (Vertical CNC)

6- 6030 Fadal (Vertical CNC)

Company Details

Company Type

Job Shop / Contract Manufacturer

Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

06/08/2020

Location

United States

Languages

English

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