To meet the high expectations and changing demands of our customers, Baker Industries provides CNC machining services of a wide variety of components for a broad range of applications and precise tolerances. We excel at developing and applying advanced manufacturing solutions to meet the complex needs of our customers.
We have an extensive collection of state-of-the-art equipment, allowing us to offer the industry's most reliable and accurate CNC machining of both metal and plastic prototypes, tooling, molds, fly parts, low-volume components, and more. We have an unwavering dedication to quality, taking extreme measures to ensure conformity to our customers' exact specifications.
With 65,000 sq. ft. of temperature-controlled machining space, over 30 CNC machines (including one of the largest 5-axis machines in North America), and an expert team with innumerable years of combined experience, we are able to plan and schedule work to meet strict deadlines and tackle some of the industry's toughest and largest projects.
We have grown to become one of the leading providers of quality CNC machining services for the aerospace, defense, space, automotive, architecture, and construction industries. Our experienced team delivers high-quality products of various quantities, from low-volume prototypes to higher-volume production runs.
Our customers rely heavily on CNC machining partners to reliably provide parts and components that operate safely, efficiently, and effectively at the most competitive prices possible. Only the most advanced CNC machines are capable of meeting the demands of the industries we work in and bringing their designs to life. That's why we invest in the latest technology and state-of-the-art equipment to achieve the most difficult tolerances and designs across all industries.
Get in touch with us about your CNC machining needs today to learn why the Baker name has become synonymous with quality.
We offer extensive experience in the machining of both metals and plastics, supported by nearly 30 years of experience. For years, we've provided reliable components to major OEMs in multiple industries such as Boeing, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, Sikorsky, Airbus, Ford, General Motors, Rivian, and more. We work with virtually all metal and plastic materials.
We use our comprehensive capabilities and innovative team to produce out-of-the-box solutions for OEMs and Tier-1 suppliers. We have a broad portfolio of machining equipment, including:
Our wide range of CNC machining capabilities allows us to produce all or nearly all of the parts needed for a complete assembly. We use data directly from CAD files to program our CNC machines, minimizing setup times, optimizing cycle times, and reducing tool wear and tear for these multi-part operations. This enables us to achieve accurate, high-quality results, meet production deadlines, and keep costs as low as possible.
- (17) 3-axis machines - (14) 5-axis machines - (4) horizontal boring mills (including the EMCO Mecof EcoMill)
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