Coldwater Machine Company, an ITAR-certified, leading engineering solutions company that manufactures and integrates precision equipment and tools, has announced its large part precision machining services for prototype creation or contract manufacturing of demanding applications. The company is recognized for consistently achieving machining tolerances of +.0003-in. This capability is well suited for producing large jigs, fixtures, lift devices and material handling equipment for the aerospace and energy industries.
Coldwater has recently expanded its capacity with three new DMG Mori machining centers, resulting in over 45 machine tools for milling, turning, boring, drilling and grinding. It has expertise in working with a variety of materials including tool steel, low carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, Hastelloy®, Inconel® and other exotic metal alloys. Coldwater’s climate-controlled state-of-the-art facility is equipped with three 60-ft x 550-ft. crane bays and heavy lifting equipment capable of moving components weighing up to 25-tons. Inspections are performed with advanced CMM equipment and documentation is provided with all orders.
Coldwater can custom machine large metal components to customer print specification or engage their engineering team, who are experts in developing solutions for difficult part holding applications to assist in design. Producing prototypes, one-offs and short-run production, the company has extensive experience in producing precision fixtures, jigs and tools for a variety of industries including aerospace, energy, automotive and others.
For more information, contact Dan Barry at email@example.com or download the company brochure.