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Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

Hi everyone,
i was wondering if someone could help me locate some of the biggest machine shops that are located in the North America (us and canada). I know a couple of big ones such as Remmele(MN) and Merrill(MI), and I was wondering if anyone else knew some of the other ones that do work for the aerospace and military sectors. and they cary multiple big mills (60 feet +)

RE: Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

The Watervliet Arsenal is soliciting contract work.  If your workpieces look anything like a cannon barrel, they might be able to help.

Speaking of which, it might be helpful for you to describe what you need to have machined, in terms of size, operations, and throughput required.


Mike Halloran
Pembroke Pines, FL, USA

RE: Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

a few I know about:
Hitachi in Saskatoon Saskatchewan Canada
EBCO in vancouver BC, Canada
Oregon Iron Works, Clackamas, Oregon, USA
Major Tool & Machine, Indianapolis, Indiana, USA

RE: Big Fabricators in North America, who are they?

thank you so much guys, those are great companies.

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