The One Stop Machining Source for 25 years
Since 1993, Gosen Tool & Machine has offered a single source for reliable small and large part machining and metal fabrication. Our team of skilled machinists combined with a fully equipped facility can produce precision parts with extremely tight tolerances ranging from .0003 to .020 inches. We have the capability to work with aluminum, brass, cast iron, copper, plastics, stainless steel, as well as mild, alloy, and tool steel. We specialize in one off and low volume machining to your exact specifications. We work closely with you to fully understand your project to provide a solution that is competitively priced and delivers on time to your specifications. With 25 years of experience, we can assist with design or reverse engineering to assure your parts function efficiently and at peak performance. The Gosen team focuses on providing responsive metalworking services that result in your 100% satisfaction. To maintain quality control delivery dates are verified with the receipt of the P.O. and all parts are thoroughly inspected before shipping.
A tradition of superior machining services
In 1993, three brothers, Jeff, Steve and Bill Gosen opened Gosen Tool & Machine in a 1000 square foot rented building. Our commitment to quality machining and fabrication services, on-time delivery, and meeting our customers’ needs have allowed us to experience continued growth over the years.
Today, Gosen Tool & Machine produces a variety of sized parts in a wide range of materials. Our 13,000 square foot, custom machine shop houses both manual and CNC metalworking tools, such as mills, lathes, grinders, and fabrication equipment. The shop is equipped with two 5 ton overhead cranes three 2 ton jib cranes in our fabrication and boring mill departments.
All of us at Gosen continually strive to improve our services with quick and accurate estimating, efficient workload scheduling, and prompt deliveries to build successful relationships with our customers.
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