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Pacific Industrial Supply
We Have What You Want.
Austin Mac Inc
Bulk Material Handling Solutions.
LaCroix Industries Inc
Precision Manufacturing Services.
Central Welding Supply
Gases, Safety & Welding Supplies for Industry and Life.
Aronson-Campbell Industrial Supply Inc
A Leader In Sales & Services.
Commercial Industries Company Inc.
Building Confidence Since 1967.
Beckwith & Kuffel
Low Cost Pumps & Compressors.
Ben's Cleaner Sales
Your one-stop shop for all of your high pressure and cleaning needs!
Ben's Loan Inc.
We Buy, Sell, Trade & Consign.
Miller's Equipment & Rent-All Inc.
The Local Equipment Rental Experts.
 
Machine Shop Equipment Terms

Machine shop equipment incorporates specialized and complex terminology. Here are some terms that you might encounter when looking for machine shop supplies.

  • Abrasive Wheel - A wheel with an abrasive edge for various types of purposes, including grinding, refinishing and polishing. These are used for car bodies and welding.
  • CNC or Computer Numerical Control - A system within a machine tool that controls the actions and movements of a tool, maintaining a standard for machine tools. CNC machines set a standard for machine shop work.
  • EDM or Electrical Discharge Machining - Small electrical bolts used to remove metal material. This allows machine shop workers to make complex shapes out of metals.
  • Lathe - A machine that rotates so a worker can cut, drill or otherwise shape an object.
  • Burnishing - The process of finishing the surface of a metal by using a metal with a harder consistency.
  • Mill m=Machines - Equipment that rotates both the workpiece and the tool, usually with the use of lathes.
  • Coolants - Liquids used in metalworking machines to assist in their function. They are normally oil- or water-based. They are used in machines and assist in lubricating and improving the milling, drilling or other type of function.
  • Diamond Cutting Tool - A cutting tool with diamonds fixed on an abrasive edge. Since diamond is an extremely hard material, it serves to cleanly cut and grind all types of metal.'
  • Gravity Feed Spray Gun - A type of auto body paint sprayer with the paint supply on top.
  • Conventional Feed Spray Gun - An auto body paint dispenser with the paint supply on the bottom. Like many types of machine shop equipment, you can purchase these items second hand.
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    Apb Machinery Inc
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    National Tooling and Machining Association
    Ft. Washington, MD 20744
    Find the best deals on machine shop tools and equipment from saws to lathes, mills, and welding equipment. Our suppliers are among the most preferred for contractors and engineers across the nation.
    Goodsell Power Equipment
    Because You Want It Right!
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    Proudly Serving Puget Sound For Over 30 Years!
     
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    Flamespray Northwest
    250 S Chicago St, Seattle, WA 98108
    Contact us at (888) 336-7734 in Seattle, WA, for a full range of industrial machinery repair services.
    (206) 762-4144
    American Manufacturing And Engineering
    1513 Central Ave South Suite B, Kent, WA 98032
    AM&E is a multi-service manufacturing facility specializing in CNC machining, sheet metal fabrication and assemblies.
    (253) 520-8849
    Gagnon Welding
    1208 10th St, Snohomish, WA 98290
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    (360) 862-8319
     
    User Review: "Excellent looking welds, productivity, and my dream project turned out better than I could have image!"
    Autosport Seattle
    2121 Westlake Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
    (206) 621-1940
    Johnnie's Machine
    2121 Westlake Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
    (206) 621-1799
    Engine Interactive
    1415 10th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122
    (206) 709-1955
    MasterCraft Metal Finishing Inc
    1175 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109
    (206) 622-6380
    Harbor Island Machine Works
    3431 11th Ave Sw, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 682-7637
    Lindmark Machine Works
    49 S Spokane St, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 624-0777
    Wilson Machine Works
    1038 Elliott Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119
    (206) 282-7560
    Cam Grinders, Inc.
    3433 16th Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119
    (206) 285-0164
    J D Ott Company
    2244 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 749-0777
    Service Welding & Machine Inc
    1435 S Jackson St, Seattle, WA 98144
    (206) 325-1153
    Markey Machinery Co
    79 S Horton St, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 623-9839
    Metalworks & Design Studio
    3600 E Marginal Way S, Seattle, WA 98134
    (206) 381-0757


    There is a wide variety of machine shop tools and equipment available for different uses, such as machining. Machining is the transformation of metals, woods or plastics into specific dimensions using power and cutting tools. In almost every type of manufacturing that involves metals, woods or plastics, machining is used to create products. Whether for an industrial facility, mechanic or recreational hobby uses, machine tools can be bought in shops for wholesale or discounted prices. Some types of machining tools include lathes, milling machines, drill presses, power saws and grinding tables. Most often these types of equipment are heavy-duty gear, which should be handled with caution and care. Mechanics are trained to deal with the automatic functions of these tools and have special safety training in order to avoid injuries. However, most machining nowadays is done by computers using special programs. If you are interested in machine shop tools and equipment, consider doing more research about the category. Go online and access your favorite search engine. Begin by typing in related keywords such as how to fabricate metals, power engine tools, machine shop equipment, new power lathes and rebuilt machine drills. Look into the various products these types of tools can make for a variety of industries and uses. For instance, machining influences agricultural methods as well as the industrial work place. Study the various types of tools available and what automatic safety features each has. It is important to understand as much as possible about the category before embarking on this potentially expensive hobby.
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