Machine Shop Services
Examples of Our Work
Phillips Precision, Inc. specializes in short run production and complex prototypes. We strive to be the machine shop that engineers and product designers turn to first to satisfy their manufacturing needs. We produce parts quickly and consistently on time with a high-level of accuracy and at a fair price. We don’t take a job unless we can meet the deadline. The following is some of our work in our various specialties.
Six HAAS CNC milling machines include two 4-axis heads plus large plate capacity to 40”x26”x25” along with 2 ½” axis machines. Each machinist programs with the latest MasterCam software with solids and surfacing.
Four CNC turning centers including a PUMA 2600 mill/turn with 12” chuck, 30.7” swing over bed and 24.8” swing over carriage, Daewoo 10” chuck, Daewoo 8” chuck with bar feed capacity 1 7/8”, Clausing 15” x 50” open bed, Prototrak lathe 8” chuck, and a Hardinge manual lathe. Each machinist programs with the latest MasterCam software.
Grinding & Honing
Phillips Precision regularly grinds and hones high speed steel cutters for the paper industry among many other parts. Specially designed grinding machines, in addition to a Regent 16×32” Surface Grinder, Kirkinda 12×48” Cylindrical grinder, Sunnen Manual Hone and Sunnen Automatic Hone.
Prove out your design by printing an ABS prototype to test form, fit and function. We can suggest design changes to your prototype that will help save you money during manufacture. The 6×8” print window isn’t limiting. Your model can be printed in sections and securely glued together with software generated joints.
Our 20W fiber laser marking system puts the professional finishing touches on your parts. Add a company logo, part or serial number, bar code or other marking to any part.
Using our own Laser Arsenal® quick-swap fixturing, we can provide production marking services.
For one of our major customers we manufacture components, procure hardware and packaging and write detailed assembly instructions and build complex machines. Simpler assembly jobs may only require welding, attaching fittings, wires, and hardware.