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We receive a high volume of RFQ emails.  In order to ensure that your quote will be handled expeditiously, please provide a telephone number for all inquiries.  We prioritize communications that include a phone number.

MACHINE SHOP MANUFACTURED METAL COMPONENTS

PRECISION FABLAB PRODUCES TOUGH TOLERANCES & CHALLENGING GEOMETRY PARTS THROUGH CNC AND MANUAL MACHINING, SURFACING, MILLING, TURNING, CUTTING, DRILLING, THREADING, SLOT CUTTING AND BORING

WE ARE NOT AN AUTOMOTIVE MACHINE SHOP

The staff at Precision Fablab would like to thank all the partners who support us and trust us to carry on the metal components and part production segment of their projects.  We had no idea our services would have the acceptance and repeat business we now enjoy, and we will continue to provide high quality products and prompt delivery.

We are constantly engaged in an effort to improve and facilitate our part production processes to bring high precision parts in a timely manner and at a fair price. Our experienced and detail oriented staff use the latest technology in CNC machining services and fabrication to satisfy large or small metal components production.

The parts below were machined at our CNC machine shop:

Obtaining a quote from us is simple, just send us a drawing of the part/s you need made via email and all the information you feel we should know.  If you would like for us to recreate a part or modify a part you already have, please bring it by.

These are the file types that we accept:

  • If you use SolidWorks, please send: SLDPRT (.sldprt) for a single part and SLDASM (.sldasm) for an assembly of parts.  Generic parasolid documents X_B (.x_b) or X_T (.x_t) will also work just fine

  • If you are an Inventor user, please send an IPT (.ipt) when sending a single part and an IAM (.iam) when sending an assembly of parts.  Generic parasolid documents X_B (.x_b) or X_T (.x_t) will also work fine

  • STEP (.step) or STP (.stp) formats are substandard compared the format types above but those are ok too

  • IGES (.iges) and IGS (.igs) are ok but inferior to all the formats above

  •  For Autocad users, DXF/DWG files will work phenomenal in fact these are preferred for CNC router work