Thaler Machine Co.

Thaler Machine Co.

Thaler Machine Company is a Dayton, Ohio-based machining and batch production company offering CNC machining, turning, and milling.

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.

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Thaler Machine Co.

Dayton, Ohio, United States

CNC Machining

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