Rapid Machining Moves to New Facility, Triples Manufacturing Capacity

Rapid Machining, a dedicated rapid prototype machine shop has moved into a 13,000 square foot air conditioned facility in Nashua, NH. Now located minutes from its sister company Rapid Sheet Metal, a quick turn prototype sheet metal fabricator, Rapid Machining is positioned to meet an ever increasing demand for its prototype machining services. In business since 2009, Rapid Machining already employs 20 people.

“Rapid growth required the purchasing of many more CNC machining centers to meet demand” said James Jacobs, President of Rapid Machining. “Our new, much larger shop has room for many more CNC machining and turning centers. The well lit and climate controlled facility will ensure the continuation of our consistent fast delivery of machined prototypes.

Rapid Machining is one of the largest dedicated Rapid Prototype Machining companies in the country. Working in a variety of plastics and metals including tool steels and stainless steels, Rapid Machining delivers parts complete to customer prints including drilling, tapping and inserting heli-coils as required. Typical quantities of custom machined prototypes are one to twenty parts.

Rapid Machining is dedicated to rapid prototype machined parts. Quotes are turned around in hours, not days. Parts are shipped in days, not weeks. Prototypes are machined to 3D CAD data. Common machined parts include shafts, blocks, bodies, heatsinks, pistons, mounts, brackets and covers. Materials machined include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, copper, Radel, Delrin and Lexan. Finishing services include plating, painting, powdercoating, and silkscreening to customer specifications. Rapid Machining is a sister company of Rapid Sheet Metal Inc, a quick turn prototype sheet metal fabricator.

For more information visit: www.rapidmachining.com

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