Despite the large number of machine shops in northeast Wisconsin, a relative few excel in machining large parts in Green Bay. Titletown Manufacturing, which has invested significant resources in equipment and software upgrades over the past couple of years, has the capability of machining large parts for a wide range of industrial applications.
One of the key additions to the Titletown Manufacturing shop floor is a vertical milling machine that features an 80-inch x-axis and a 27.5-inch y-axis. The unit performs multi-axis CNC machining operations for steel, stainless steel, aluminum and plastic parts within .0001 tolerance.
“Machining large parts has become a differentiator for us,” says Titletown Manufacturing co-owner Dan Hilliard. “Customers are relying on us for a growing number of large parts jobs, and software upgrades are helping us enhance our level of quality.”
Mastercam 2018 Upgrade Enhances Machining Large Parts
Titletown Manufacturing’s investment in the Mastercam 2018 release introduced the ability to make parts directly off customer-supplied files or models. This is particularly helpful for machining large parts on the vertical milling machine, which excels at producing a wide range of sizes, shapes and depths.
“Mastercam 2018 and MazaCAM programming software integrates with all of our CNC tool assets for exceptionally accurate machining,” says Titletown Manufacturing co-owner Chris Fuss. “They help us produce tight-tolerance parts while enhancing safety for our workforce.”
Titletown Manufacturing serves as a trusted supplier for OEMs in multiple industries, with parts ranging from one-quarter inch to 19 inches in diameter, and one-half inch to 80 inches in length. It has the flexibility to run a wide range of job quantities, all produced to precise specifications.
About Titletown Manufacturing
Titletown Manufacturing is the operating division of Precision Tool & Die LLC, a trusted metal fabrication shop with more than 60 years of experience in metal parts machining, producing high-quality components and providing custom CNC machining, metalworking, grinding, and custom metal fabrication solutions for a wide range of industrial customers throughout the region. The company employs 30 people at its facility at 1252 Marine Street in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
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