What Is Precision Machining?

Precision Machining is the process of metalworking to meet precise specifications.  One example is turning a block of metal into an intricate part, such as a gear or piston.

Precision machining technology provides safer and better lives for all of us and can be found all around you…

Everyday parts manufactured by precision machinists are

  • improving energy, farming, and medical technology
  • helping to reduce air emissions
  • protecting the lives of soldiers and first responders
  • sending astronauts to space and even helping make musical instruments and audio technology

People have safer, better lives because of the ability to produce the right parts to the right specifications.

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   “If you want to be proud of what you do, precision machining is a great career.”

– Mike Reader, CEO Precision Plus

 

Career Benefits

 A future in this field will allow you to have a stable, profitable, and rewarding career.  

CAREER STABILITY
  • Skilled laborers are in high demand
  • Opportunities for advancement are consistent
A Gratifying Impact
  • Create components critical to today’s technology.
  • Contribute to global trade and commerce

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Benefits of

Tech School

In addition to the career advantages, there are also benefits in attending a tech or trade school instead of college.  College is not for everyone, and that is okay!

Tech & Trade schOOLS vs COLLEGE
  • Provide career-focused training on in-demand jobs
  • Teach coursework dedicated to a specific vocation, typically omitting gen-ed and liberal arts classes
  • Requite shorter completion time
  • Less expensive tuition 

THE BOTTOM LINE:

A technical school education allows you jumpstart your future career faster and more affordably than a four-year college.

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Where are Precision Machined Parts?

 

AT home

  • Cell phones
  • garbage disposals
  • vacuum cleaners
  • plumbing systems and faucets
  • stoves
  • furnaces
  • air conditioners
  • gas grills
  • garage door openers
  • and more!!!

 

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In the manufacturing industry

  • parts for aerospace
  • automotive parts like anti-lock brakes and wheel ball bearings
  • motorcycle parts such as drive chains and gaskets
  • airbag components and hydraulic fittings for military, defense and aerospace applications
  • EV battery and other parts

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IN HEATHCARE

  • ball joints for hip replacement
  • knee replacement components
  • dental implants
  • bone screws

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