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• How long has Precision Forging Dies been in business?

Precision Forging Dies was started in 1987 in California and has been in continuous operation ever since.

• Where is Precision Forging Dies located?

Precision Forging Dies is located in South Gate, California, in the Los Angeles region approximately 13 miles South East of Downtown LA and about 17 miles East of LAX.

• Can Precision Forging Dies machine close-tolerance, complex components and assemblies?

Yes. Precision Forging Dies specializes in difficult-to-machine parts and assemblies from a variety of materials from standard to exotic.

• Does Precision Forging Dies provide design and engineering services, as well as expert machining, for tooling and assemblies?

Yes. Precision Forging Dies offers unique tooling solutions designed from a manufacturer’s point of view. We have over twenty years of design engineering and manufacturing experience involving a wide range of projects for a variety of applications.

• Does Precision Forging Dies use information management technology in its operations?

Yes. Precision Forging Dies uses Visual EstiTrack™ software from Henning Software™ to manage all aspects of our manufacturing operations. This advanced information system helps us to provide exceptional value and reliability for our customers.

• Does Precision Forging Dies have CAD/CAM capabilities?

Yes. Precision Forging Dies uses industry standard softwares NX 9® and Autodesk Inventor® 2012 for all of our design and CNC programming requirements. We can translate most standard CAD/CAM file formats including: STEP, CATIA, Parasolids, AutoCAD® .dwg, .dxf and IGES.

• Does Precision Forging Dies have different machining capabilities?

Yes. Precision Forging Dies offers a wide range of precision machining options including: CNC Turning, Horizontal & Vertical CNC Milling Machining, Grinding, full complement of supporting manual mills & lathes. This production equipment is backed up by our quality assurance department with state-of-the-art computerized measuring capabilities.