Weaver Machine and Tool has been operating since 1972, specializing in high precision machining for the aerospace industry. This includes working with specialty metals such as stainless 300’s/400’s, Hasteloy X, L605 and Inco 718/625. NADCAP Certified, our facility is centrally located in Auburn New York.
We maintain a complete "3 dimensional" CAD/CAM/Quality Integrated Support Department. This dramatically reduces set-up times and assures accurate configuration of customers' part designs
Solid work models, 3D models, all are accepted in variety of engineering and CADD models. Your Designs are translated, programmed into our machines and transferred into production seamlessly, and without error.
We pay strict attention to the details of our work – from planning, managing and administering the job to machining and finishing accuracy. Confidentiality is assured on all projects. All of our processes meet or exceed regulated quality standards; and, by meeting NADCAP and ISO standards for our quality management system, we show our commitment to customer satisfaction with flawless products and service.
We built our business on the premise that “quality of service, not quantity of business.
Is the most important. Weaver Machine and Tool Company is recognized as a leader in producing fine, high quality, precision machine products and responding to the needs of its customers.
Three Dimensional Design and Manufacturing System.
SmartScope Multi Sensor Measuring System.
Niton Thermal Analyzer Metallurgical Analysis
Vision system accuracy to .00001”
Weaver Machine and Tool Company was founded in 1972 by Ronald "Bucky" Weaver. Since that time The Company has developed into one of the leaders of precision made machined products in Central New York. Located in Auburn, New York, we have steadily grown from a small machine shop to a...
We maintain a complete "3 dimensional" CAD/CAM/Quality Integrated Support Department. This dramatically reduces set-up times and assures accurate configuration of customers' part designs. Our skilled machinists can then perform complex machining operations accurately and efficiently...