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Hegedus Aluminum Industries Inc.

4.00 (1)

Oil City, Pennsylvania

50-100

Hegedus Aluminum Industries, Inc. is an aluminum sand casting foundry, founded in 1959, located in Northwestern Pennsylvania. We specialize in three different casting processes including Green Sand, Petrobond, and Air Set. Our castings range from knobs and buttons weighing only ounces to pistons weighing more that 2,000 pounds. We pour the following certified aluminum alloys - 319, 355, 356, 357, 443, 535, 712, 713, 206, 242 and 850. We also have the capabilities to pour Zinc (ZA12). We offer in-house pattern making, heat treating, aging, metal certification, welding, and machining. Our long history has allowed us to form long relationships with trusted subcontractors that offer non-destructive testing, impregnation, powder coating, painting, and anodizing. We at Hegedus Aluminum look forward to being the supplier of all of your casting and pattern needs.

Johnson Group LLC

Enfield, Connecticut

20-50

Johnson Group LLC, formerly JHK Systems, has been in business for 33 years and serves industrial, commercial and institutional clients. Johnson Group provides studies, design, engineering, fabrication, construction, installation, maintenance, repair and modernization services forplant air and process air systems and manufactures proprietary air handling equipment. Typical projects include: * Paper machine hoods, air caps and pocket ventilation systems * Fourdrinier ceilings and wire pit exhaust systems * Mill, plant and factory ventilation, exhaust, heating, cooling and filtration systems * Air makeup, humidity control and motor cooling systems * Noise control, fiberglass hoods, tanks and scrubbers * Heat recovery systems, material handling systems * Surveys, air balance studies and design engineering * Material handling systems and equipment.

General Machinery & Mfg. Co.

Chicago, Illinois

20-50

General Machinery & Mfg. Co. (GMMCO) specializes in CNC turning from small to large production runs. Our skilled engineers are proficient in all CAD/CAM applications, including 3D modeling for special applications. GMMCO provides the finest precision machined components to our customers at fair and competative prices. Our cost-effective production systems ensure that our precision parts will be delivered promptly and with 100% customer satisfactioin. In addition to our machining services, GMMCO is the approved source for a family of fuel nozzle seals which utilize a unique knife-edge seal for Pratt & Whitney. We are also a supplier of a wide variety of parts used in aero-derivative turbine engines such as the GG/4 series. Our mission is to provide only the highest-quality products with professional and courteous service, building lasting relationships.

Allis Tool & Machine Corp.

Milwaukee, Wisconsin

20-50

Allis Tool was incorporated in 1953 as a manual machine shop delivering machined components to customer prints. In March of 1997 Allis Tool was sold to William York and private investors. York's tooling and Design Build management experiences were a solid fit in charting Allis Tool's direction as they entered a new millennium. Allis Tool maintains a solid reputation, and is recognized as the can do tool room for OEM's nationally with emphasis in the Midwest. Allis Tool was an easy sell to York and investors for the following reasons: Old world craftsmanship learning new ways maintained Allis Tool's competitive edge Highly skilled journeymen work force focusing on small volume precision machined applications with assemblers Size of equipment matched well to the 10 ton overhead cranes in a modern temperature controlled building Housekeeping and attention to detail separated Allis Tool from the competition Top down commitment to quality Going forward with a strong foundation Allis Tool is strategically focused and continues to invest in people equipment: Allis Tool Machinists are responsible for set ups, programming, and running, resulting in knowledgeable and predictable results. Capital equipment is continuously justified and secured to meet the most discriminate customer requirements In house design services offer value added - Auto Cad 2004- Pro/ E Wildfire 3.0 Solid Works 2008 ISO Certified since 1997 Allis Tool's CNC hands on approach offers real world solutions crossing over many disciplines. Strategically we focus on the following (3) offerings: Designers Builders of Special Equipment Prototypes CNC Machined complete CNC Medium to Large Parts Machining- Tool Room Quality

QUADRANT ENGINEERING PLASTIC

DAGNEUX, Rhône-Alpes

+1000

MACHINED PLASTIC PARTS : PE, PA(FAR25/FST, EN45545 FR), PET, PTFE, PEEK (FAR25), PEI, PAI and PBI). QUADRANT PLASTICS has developped a spacial range of products dedicated to static electricity : SEMITRON ESD. We are able to machine parts either on site EN9001 or EN9100 under ASNA norms. We are committed to meeting all of the reuirements and qualifications of our high-technology custormers, including special cleaning, marking, certification and packaging to industry specifications.

Apco Mossberg Co

Attleboro, Massachusetts

20-50

Thank you for considering Apco Mossberg Company Apco Mossberg (Founded in 1934) is here to serve you for all your applications in Metal Forming and CNC Machined Parts and Torque Measuring Tools. We excel in delivery and quality. You will find the Apco Mossberg products and services far exceed your expectations. We take pride in our work and service to you.. Our specialty is exceptional Customer Service. We have all capabilities essential for meeting your needs, including a first class Machine Shop, Design (CAD/CAM), Tool and Die Makers, Quality Control Department, and full Calibration Service. Let us show you the difference Apco Mossberg can make in delivery accuracy, quality, dependability and service. Manufacturing capabilities • Material Thickness 0.0005” to .250” • Bar Stock up to 10” dia. o Coining o Deep Drawing o Drilling and Tapping o Forming o Milling o Resistance Welding o Finishing o Reverse Drawing o Rolling o Slitting o Mechanical instruments o Turning o Screw Machine Tooling Capabilities • Complete In-house Capabilities from Prototype to Production. • Compound Dies • Progressive Tooling • Single Station • Torque Instruments • Jigs and Fixtures Types of Materials Bar, coil ,foil, plate, sheet, strip, tubing, wire Materials Aluminum Exotics& others Braze alloys Hafnium Clad-metals Hastelloy Cobalt Inconel Core Iron Kovar Cu-NIP Molybdenum Cupro-Nickel Monel MU-Metal Nickel NI-FE Alloys OFHC Copper Precious Metals Rhenium Stainless Steels Tantalum Titanium Tungsten Industries Served • Aerospace • Communication Electronics • Electro-optical • Hermetic Devices • Glass to Metal • Ceramic to Metal • Electronics • Instrumentation and Gages • Microwave Devices • Medical • Aircraft and Military Agencies OUR HISTORY Frank Mossberg was an inventor and businessman in Attleboro, Massachusetts, a center for jewelry manufacturing in the 19th century. His earliest business venture was founded in 1889 as the Mossberg Wrench Company, and initially was a maker of tools for the jeweler's trade. In the early 1890s the company began producing several styles of adjustable bicycle wrenches, a type of tool very popular at the time. In 1899 Frank Mossberg and other investors founded the Frank Mossberg Company to manufacture tools, and the company began production of pipe wrenches, bicycle wrenches, and related tools. The expansion of the automobile industry created great demand for automotive service tools, and in the years from 1910 to 1920 the Frank Mossberg Company became a significant maker of automotive specialty tools. These tools consisted primarily of fixed socket wrenches in many shapes and sizes, and Mossberg was probably second only to Walden-Worcester as a producer of such tools. During the 1920s the company continued to expand its automotive service tools line. In 1927 the company was reorganized as the APCO-Mossberg Company, by merger with APCO. The APCO-Mossberg name is still one synonymous with high quality and superior customer service.

Anchor Castings, Inc.

Neenah, Wisconsin

<10

We are a smaller foundry that has been actively making sand castings for over 100 years! Because of our experience and size, we are able to respond to quotes, questions, concerns, and expedited delivery times with an answer in less than 24 hours. We purposely do not believe in voicemail here. Instead, you will always talk to our staff of knowledgeable foundry experts for any incoming calls. This is what sets us apart, and has helped our foundry to thrive throughout our 105 year history. We specialize in low volume, quuick turnaround projects. All quoted prices are based on current metal market conditions. Prices are subject to change. Thank you for allowing us to quote your casting requirements. We look forward to your feedback on our quotations. Sincerely, Bill Wolfgram (President) and Dennis Kiekhaefer (Sales Service).)

Comco Plastics, Inc.

Woodhaven, New York

50-100

For over 55 years, the name Comco Plastics has been synonymous with high quality, precision- machined and fabrication high-performance plastics for a multitude of industries, worldwide. Beginning in 1945, Comco was an early pioneer in the fabrication of what were then little known thermoplastics and thermosets, such as Acrylic, Phenolic and Nylon. Since then, the plastics industry has grown tremendously, and Comco has been there to help in this growth with leading-edge materials and fabricated part application development. With extensive fabrication and extrusion facilities in Woodhaven, NY (NYC), Comco has the ability and the commitment to meet the need for fabricated component parts in virtually any industry, application or material.

Bodine Aluminum

St Louis, Missouri

200-500

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