Expect more from our precision machining company. We do.

Our business is high value-added precision machined products and assemblies.

Our customers require the full range of close-tolerance turning and milling operations for metal and plastic components, from one prototype to tens of thousands.

Our strategy is running our precision machining company as if every project is the one most critical to your success. Our performance reflects a continuous investment in advanced equipment, processes, engineering, training and team building.

You realize all the efficiencies of a lean precision machining company committed to best practices on EMC Precision’s manufacturing floor and in our offices. The result is that we deliver your custom products on time, defect-free, at the total lowest cost, with exceptional customer satisfaction.

We respond. We perform. That’s our promise.


Geared to performance

As a family-operated precision machining company since 1925, EMC Precision honors the principles behind three generations of success pursued with a steady eye on the future.

This fusion of stability and foresight means EMC is a small precision machining company with a huge capacity for turn-on-a dime response. And a healthy appetite for the next challenge.

EMC Precision’s constant pursuit of excellence in precision machined parts is grounded in values of integrity, teamwork, and service to all stakeholders.

We’re ready to help you with your machining needs. Learn about our capabilities.

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What Guides Our Business

EMC Precision Core Values Our core values reflect what’s truly important to our organization. Always at the forefront of our minds, these core values are the foundation of our company culture and business practices. Here are a few examples of our employees exemplifying each core value.


Mindy G. took the lead and communicated with customer personnel on what EMC Precision could do to help them a problem they were having with a part in their testing lab.

Tom H. acted fast to get a project going after a late start due to vendor delays. The setup was finished the instant the vendor delivered parts and complete job was finished on time.


Mindy G. keeps a cool head, thinks logically and communicates effectively when faced with a customer challenge.

Scott B. took the initiative to write a training manual for the Swiss department as an introduction to new employees.

Melanie V. worked late into the night to prepare documents for our Epicor simulation meetings. Having this information prepared made the meetings much more productive for the team.


Mindy G. assured a customer that EMC Precision could help them solve their challenge with her quick action and communication.

Peter B. came to work early to keep machines running, make improvements to the area and prepare for a customer visit.


Roger C. lent a hand with moving equipment around and reorganizing the Swiss area during a Lean 5S event, and he isn’t even a part of the team for the event.

Leo J. helps others outside of his department by putting stock in-line, helping retrieve stock from a top shelf and pitching in with shipping while others were out sick.

Peter B. came in at 6am without being asked to make sure a new operator got off to a good start. He stayed for a couple of hours to demonstrate best practices, inspection techniques and pitfalls to watch out for.

Does this sound like the kind of team you’d like to join?