Coldwater Machine Company, an ITAR compliant, engineering solutions company that manufactures precision parts, machinery and automation, has announced expansion of its large part precision machining capabilities that complements build-to-print and design- and-build services. The company is recognized for consistently achieving high precision machining on a wide variety of materials.
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. Material expertise includes tool steel, low carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, Hastelloy®, Inconel® and other exotic metal alloys as well as composite and plastic materials. 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 manufacturing jigs, fixtures and tools for a variety of industries including aerospace, energy, automotive and others.
Coldwater Machine Company’s large part precision machining service can produce large parts with tight tolerance requirements, such as large jigs, fixtures, lift devices and material handling equipment.
Coldwater Machine Company, a leading engineered solutions company that manufactures and integrates assembly automation and special machines for the appliance, automotive and aerospace industries, has announced that it has been named a Level 1 Integrator as part of its strategic partnership with Fanuc America Corp. This enhanced status provides Coldwater with priority sales and technical training and support when integrating Fanuc robots into its automation solutions.
“This agreement provides us with the advantage of improved technical support and the latest tools and training from Fanuc that will enable Coldwater Machine to provide a better value to our customers,” commented Coldwater Machine’s Dan Barry, vice president of sales.
Coldwater Machine has extensive experience in developing innovative agile solutions for a variety of markets including systems to manufacture white goods for the appliance industry, as well as manufacturing solutions for the aerospace and automotive markets that include processes such as friction welding, laser or spot welding, stamping, piercing, forming and inspection.
Our core business over the years has evolved from precision machining to providing dies, fixtures, and gages, and to providing turnkey automated systems for the Aerospace, Appliance and Automotive industries that include a wide range of flexible and agile metal forming and fabricating solutions.