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Midwest Precision

Specializes in close tolerance CNC machining of all types of Stainless Steels, Nickel Alloys, Titanium, Aluminum, Steel and Brass in complex configurations.

About Midwest Precision

Founded in 1953, Midwest Precision (formerly Midwest Screw Products), specializes in close tolerance CNC machining of all types of Stainless Steels, Nickel Alloys, Titanium, Aluminum, Steel and Brass in complex configurations.

We operate from a large climate controlled facility located in Eastlake OH near Cleveland. This location is unique with its extensive local supply base of certified process providers including NADCAP qualified sources. This enables us to efficiently provide our customers with turnkey service from raw material to completely finished parts with full traceability.

While Midwest Precision qualifies as a "Small Business", we are large enough, highly experienced and fully-qualified to successfully complete highly challenging complex projects in the Aerospace, Defense, Energy and Industrial markets including Engineering Assistance, full Assembly and complete Program Management.

Midwest Precision is very customer focused striving to earn your trust and build lasting relationships. We understand the complex industry regulations and requirements. We work close with our partners to solve problems and get the job done right. As an ISO 9001:2008 and AS9100C certified manufacturer, Midwest Precision is ITAR registered and DFARS compliant.

Midwest Precision is committed to being a world-class manufacturer of precision machined components and assemblies for the Aerospace, Defense, Energy, Fluid Power, and Industrial markets. Our culture emphasizes continuous improvement and the relentless pursuit of lean methods throughout all our business operations.

Whether the challenge is complicated shapes, tight tolerances, hard-to-machine materials, short lead-times, complete program management or all of the above, Midwest Precision is an ideal choice for your precision machined components and assembly projects.

Midwest offers a world-class contract manufacturing facility (photo)

Equipment upgrades and remodeling facilitate Midwest's lean manufacturing program