Thaler Machine Company is a machining and batch production company offering CNC machining, turning, and milling. The company was founded in 1952, in Dayton, Ohio, United States.
The company holds a facility the is specialized in prototyping, the development of support services, tool-working, inspection support, design support, manufacturability, and producibility. They hold over 100 CNC machines, conventional equipment, and the capability to complete machining products in their facility.
The company manufactured "ultra-precision" parts for NASA's James Webb Space Telescope, which is the successor to the Hubble Space Telescope. The company works with Sandia National Laboratories in high-speed machining research. Tooling is designed and machined in their facility.
The equipment that Thaler Machine Co. works with includes robotic loads, double spindles, live tool lathes, multi-axis builds and production machines. They look to provide a list of their equipments to their prospective customers in order to communicate their capabilities privately.
July 25, 2013
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Thaler Machine Co.
Dayton, Ohio, United States
- Batch productionBatch production is a manufacturing process characterized by the parallel fabrication and assembly of multiple copies of the same product wherein all steps of the process must be completed before producing the next lot can be made.
- CNC Machining
- ManufacturingIndustrial activity producing goods for sale using labor and machines