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December 15, 2017

Machinsts Inc. goes into overtime for Alaska project

By Ian Dunn When Louis Dreyfus TravOcean needed some expertise to outfit their barge for the harsh conditions of northern Alaska, they knew where to turn, […]
October 11, 2016

New Dinox 350 Installation

The working envelope is 98.4 x 137.8 x 51.2 inches. The automatic tool changer holds 30-to-60 tools. The feed rate is 1,575 in/min. The Dinox provides […]
September 1, 2016

Machinists Inc. provides critical components for Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory’s TANDM project

By Ian Dunn Lawrence Livermore National Labs is a long standing customer of Machinists Inc. When Lawrence Livermore needed critical parts manufactured for the TANDM (Target […]
July 14, 2016

Machinists Inc. helps Nautican run smoothly

By Ian Dunn It is hard to describe, unless you’ve seen it. Nautican’s high efficiency nozzle and rudder assembly is a very large device that surrounds […]
March 26, 2016

Machinists Inc. focuses on details in the quality assessment process

Quality Assurance is a critical and integral part of operations at Machinists Inc. Heading up the department is Rick Bradbury, Director of Quality. With a bachelor […]
May 27, 2015

Design-build is the Emerging Preferred Approach in Industry

Typically, the type of work coming to Machinists Inc. is build to print. Somebody designed and created blueprints, then sent them to MI to quote and […]
April 10, 2015

Helping Process Nuclear Waste at the DOE Savannah River Site in Georgia

The term “bubbler” disguises the important role this Machinists Inc. product plays in the processing of nuclear waste. For years, Machinists Inc. has manufactured and sent […]
March 9, 2015

Machinists Inc. Makes Critical Repairs on 1920s Era Hydro Dam

In Alaska, there is a hydro plant that supplies power to the city of Ketchikan. Built in the 1920s, the components in the power generating system […]
February 23, 2015

Quiet Piles help Protect Marine Life in the Puget Sound

New pile driving technology could have a significant impact on marine construction projects, not only in the Puget Sound, but nationwide. Due to the intense sound […]