OEM CNC Machining Capabilities

As your one-stop-shop for all machining and prototyping, Mountain Machine works has innovative CNC technology and in-house equipment to deliver solutions that meet your needs while adhering to OEM specifications. From large part machining to tight tolerance parts, thin wall turning, and shafting, we can take care of all your machining needs in house with a single point of contact for your project.

With more than 35 years of experience, we continue to provide timely delivery, cost-effective solutions, and quality assurance to customers every day. Our team of project managers and engineers bring your project to life from prototype and design, all the way to production.

Assuring High-Quality, Customized OEM Parts

We are committed to delivering top-quality products that provide the durability and precision you need, at the lowest possible cost; all with a quick turnaround and average lead time of 3-5 weeks.

Our shop can handle every step of the project’s lifespan from the initial design to final product run, helping you create larger components with reliable, OEM-specific parts.

In our line of business, every project is unique, and many customers require customized solutions to fit specific OEM requirements without compromising efficiency or durability. We bring that understanding to the conversation and work closely with you to understand your specific needs.

From material preferences to minimum tolerances and ideal surface finishes, we can tailor each product design to fit your needs. Our engineers ensure your part is durable and high-quality, while also looking for potential cost savings along the way.

From Initial Design to Final Product Run

At Mountain Machine Works, our engineers are experienced in providing the highest quality OEM parts possible, helping you save money and lower costs throughout the design and prototyping phase.

With a customer-centric approach, we work directly with you to produce the most refined product possible, ensuring the highest quality work with the lowest costs to you. By the end of the product line, you can see your original vision translated into a meticulously crafted final product that exceeds expectations.

We pride ourselves in creating a long-term customer partnership for your recurring machining needs. With everything handled under one roof, we do not need to outsource to other shops, ensuring the highest quality at every step.

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Why Choose Mountain Machine Works?

We understand the importance of delivering OEM parts that not only meet your specifications, but also help you save money and lower costs during the design and prototyping phase.

From optimizing the designs and materials throughout the manufacturing process, we can help you create the most refined product possible without compromising quality.

Through our quality work, we build long-lasting partnerships with our customers, striving for excellence in every product run. If you’re ready for a machining partner to help you produce OEM CNC machining parts under one roof, get in touch today. Let’s discuss how we can bring your vision to life with perfect precision.

Materials We Work With

No matter how difficult the part or material is, we are here to help you design and machine each part from start to finish. Our team crafts precision parts that push the envelope of standard machining quality.

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Titanium is strong yet extremely lightweight. Because of its easy-to-clean and biocompatible properties, it is a popular metal for use in medical and healthcare applications.

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CNC Plastic Milling


Plastics are present in almost every industry today, replacing more expensive parts for with an affordable alternative.

Aluminum Parts


An affordable and lightweight material, aluminum is also known for its resistance to corrosive materials. While not as durable and hard as steel or titanium, it is extremely easy to machine, making it a popular choice for quality parts.

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Stainless Steel

Used in various industries, stainless steel is excellent for corrosion resistance, strength, and durability. This material is popular for demanding applications that need resistance to rust or acidic environments.

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As a popular material for aerospace, energy, and electronics industries, this metal is known for its heat and corrosion resistance. It has a high tensile strength similar to steel, but it can be difficult to machine so it is not as widely available.

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Ductile Iron

Ductile iron is a popular choice for its resistance to wear and tear. It is highly machinable, making it a popular choice. Providing the strength and durability of cast iron, this metal is treated with magnesium to make it more ductile and flexible.

Cast Iron

Cast Iron

This is a strong, durable material that can withstand a large amount of stress and wear during everyday use, while remaining machinable enough to use it for complex parts. Cast iron and ductile iron are materials that few shops handle because of its dustiness and difficult handling, however, Mountain Machine Works has processes in place to manage these problems, making these materials a breeze to work with.

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File Formats We Accept

What if you don’t need to start with a product design and prototype because you already have the drawings or design requirements for your parts? At Mountain Machine Works, we are happy to start with your design. We can accept files in any of the following formats:

  • AutoCAD (DXF, DWF)
  • Pro Engineer (DRW, PRT, XPR)
  • Parasolid (XT, XB)
  • Portable Document Format (PDF)
  • And others

One-Stop-Shop Machining for All Your Needs

From product conception to final product run, we are your top choice for in-house machining that’s never outsourced.

With a state-of-the-art 12,500 square foot machining shop, we have plenty of room to meet whatever machining challenge you have at hand, all with quick turnaround and quality precision.

Beyond our standard OEM CNC machining parts, we also have a five-ton overhead crane, as well as a mobile unit ready for in-field machining needs. Serving New England, as well as New York and Pennsylvania, our team is here for the long run. With over 35 years of experience in quality machining, we are proud to partner with companies across several industries.

All Necessary Certifications to Work on Your CNC Machining Project

As a one-stop machining shop, we understand it’s necessary to comply with necessary codes and regulations. Our team has all the necessary certifications required to work on your OEM CNC machining parts so you can rest assured knowing every project is handled with the utmost care and attention. Ready to meet any machining challenge, we take pride in the precision work we do both in the machine shop, and in our paperwork.

Want to check on the status of a particular certification from Mountain Machine Works? Get in touch and let us know what you are looking for. We are happy to learn more about your project and accommodate your request.

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How Much Does It Cost to Have Parts CNC Machined?

The average machining order from design to final run can start at $3,000 and up. A true estimate requires more information about your product, the specific design requirements, and the size and number of parts. To get more information about CNC machining costs, get in touch today and let us know how we can help you bring your vision to life.

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Industry Applications of OEM Machined Parts

Mountain Machine Works services a wide range of industries, but we primarily work with the following:

  • Paper
  • Mining
  • Power
  • Commercial & Industrial
  • Government & Military

These industries require a diverse range of equipment parts like paper production and milling machines, to components for blasthole drills and mining trucks. Industry applications range from complete large part machining to smaller OEM machined parts for individual components of larger products.

Using Only the Best Materials for Your OEM Parts

In many industries, the best repair and manufacturing experience comes with using OEM parts. Not only are these parts more reliable and durable, but they don’t require frequent replacement. These parts undergo regular testing and quality assurance procedures, which means you need a machining shop who uses only the best materials.

No matter what materials you are working with, from aluminum to titanium, cast iron, or molybdenum, our shop can handle it all.

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Talk to Us About Your Project Today

Ready to start a conversation? Let’s talk about your project vision and requirements. Our team starts with a consultation to ensure we understand your project and can provide the best insights during the design and prototype phase.

Before you know it, we’ll help you turn your initial vision into a real product with quality OEM CNC machined parts.

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