Assembly of machine parts is more efficient when done in-house
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Assembly of machine parts is more efficient when done in-house

Titletown Manufacturing Assembly of machine parts

Titletown Manufacturing minimizes shipping, time and costs

Limiting the number of metal fabrication shops and parts manufacturers that need to touch a project is a key contributor to delivering a finished order that is on time and within budget. Titletown Manufacturing, LLC, performs virtually every step in the assembly of machine parts process in its Green Bay, Wisconsin, facility.

Titletown Manufacturing has the capability of using 3D programming for metal parts, as well as making frames, painting, machining, assembly of machine parts, and testing in-house. Our team is able to set a schedule based on the timing for specific parts because we know the order in which the project needs to come together.

One of the advantages of completing the full assembly of machine parts in-house is the ability to know exactly where the various jobs associated with the project are at. As a project progresses through our facility, it is not the first time our team is reviewing the drawings or going through a learning curve.

Assembly of machine parts keeps quality control in our hands

Packaging up parts or partial projects for shipment to subcontractors is just a portion of the financial downside faced by fabrication shops that are unable to perform full assembly of machine parts in-house. Quality control can become an issue when bringing additional shops in on a project, with the delays and extra costs that inevitably crop up.

We feel more comfortable when our workforce can keep tabs on as many aspects of a project as possible. Our customers tell us they feel the same way. They can take comfort in having a single point of contact rather than having to track which shop is handling specific tasks.

If a project isn’t coming together the way the engineer had planned, our experts are able to make appropriate adjustments without undue delay. This is especially useful on prototype machines in which there is no previous history from which to draw. The end result is a successful assembly of machine parts that results in a high-quality project.

About Titletown Manufacturing, LLC

Titletown Manufacturing, LLC, is a trusted metal fabrication shop with over 60 years of experience in CNC machining, welding, grinding, assembly and reverse engineering for a wide range of industrial customers throughout the region. The company employs more than 30 people at its facility at 1252 Marine Street in Green Bay, Wisconsin.

For more information on Titletown Manufacturing or to request a quote, please go to http://www.titletownmanufacturing.com/or call 920-435-9074.

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