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Frequently asked questions:

1. How long have you been in business?

We have been in business for over 12 years. We have been at our current location going on three years +.

2. Can you machine CRA or other exotic materials such as INC 718 or MP35N?

We can handle a wide variety of corrosion alloys, including exotics such INC 925, INC 718, and MP35N. We can also use outside vendors to provide specialized grinding for parts that involve harder materials such as satellite.

3. What is your average turn around for parts once you get the drawings the approval to proceed?

Typically our turn around time depends on the order size, complexity of parts, material availability, and machine availability. We maintain on average a four week turn around time on average orders. We do offer the capabilities of getting a shorter lead time of 2 weeks when required for a small nominal charge. We can also provide priority rush servers as needed as well, but are reviewed by a case by case basis and availabilities.

4. Do you offer inspection servers?

We offer 100% inspection of all our parts. We can also follow specialized QRD requirements depending on requirements.

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5. Can you laser engrave?

We have invested in a state of the art laser engraver that can mark parts without any hammer marks or bernelling the material in manner. In addition we can alter the thickness of the marks by varying the intensity of the laser. This system provides untold clarity and uniformity in all marking of parts including special and exotic alloys.

6. Are you open on the weekends? t;/span>What about weekends? Holidays?

We do work Saturdays on occasion. Our standard hours range from Monday to Friday 8am-5pm. Our hours of operation have our open times as well as the list of the observed holidays that M&M Machine observes.

7. How large is the organization?


There are currently 12 individuals that make-up M&M Machine. We are currently not limited to just our current staff. We have developed partnerships with other machine shops and specialty material handlers that help us accomplish any task asked of us.

Last Updated on Monday, 26 July 2010 23:20