Mark Metals facility houses a versatile range of equipment for a variety of machining processes including milling, cutting, turning, and grinding. We accommodate workpieces of all shapes and sizes, including large-scale items. With our expertise, we can create machined elements with complex design requirements and challenging quality criteria. We offer production machining services to fill repetitive orders and leverage machining as part of our overall fabrication services.

Inside our machining department, we operate an extensive lineup of CNC equipment. Along with multi-spindle mills, a planer mill with a 10’ x 34’ table size, and powerful horizontal and vertical boring mills, we have multi-axis horizontal and vertical mills, a large swing lathe, and a radial drill press. Our technicians and machinists leverage their CAD/CAM skills to review part designs for optimal machinability and program equipment to facilitate setup, reduce cycle times, and promote accuracy.

Materials we typically work with include stainless steel, carbon steel, and aluminum, which we keep in inventory. We also work with various other specialty metals including Inconel and titanium. Our capabilities include many standard and specialty milling, turning, and drilling operations, including threading, deep hole drilling, broaching, etc.

We have a passion for quality and machine parts to the highest standards. Our machining services are set up to create prototypes, custom parts, and short production runs cost-effectively. We offer a wide range of other fabrications processes for an all-in-one solution. For product finishing, we operate one of the most considerable blasting and painting facilities on the East Coast. For more detailed information about our machining operations or any of our integrated fabrication capabilities, contact us at any time.

Mark Metals machining services include:

  • Planing
  • Boring
  • Milling
  • Lathing
  • Cutting
  • Sawing
  • Drilling
  • Burning
  • Forging
  • Extrusion
  • Punching
  • Welding
  • Turning
  • Shearing
  • Threading
  • Bending
  • Plate Rolling

Mark Metals Machine Shop Equipment:

  • Planer Mill: 120” x 34’ table
  • Horizontal Boring Mill: 7” spindle
  • Horizontal Table-type CNC: 4” spindle
  • Vertical Boring Mill: 96” and 65”
  • Lathe: 16″ x 50”
  • Radial Drill Press
  • Cincinnati Horizontal Milling Machine
  • Bridgeport Vertical Milling Machine

For larger projects, we work with our parent company, The Rose Corporation, who offers a full suite of CNC machining processes providing customers the capacity and scale to complete large components.  We offer turning up to 96 inch diameter and horizontal milling on a 7-inch spindle boring mills and planer milling up to 34 feet by 10 feet.

Through Rose, Mark Metals has the ability to work with high-quality carbon and stainless steel, titanium, cast iron, copper, aluminum and alloys such as Inconel and Hastelloy.

The Rose Corporation’s Machining Equipment:

  • Ingersoll planer mill – 120in. x 34ft. table
  • Gray planer – 72in. x 72in. x 36ft.
  • Two G&L horizontal boring mills – 7in. spindle
  • G&L horizontal table-type CNC – 4in. spindle
  • King vertical boring mill – 96in.
  • King vertical boring mill – 65in.
  • Radial drill presses – 3 machines
  • Bridgeport Series I
  • Cincinnati mills – 2 machines
  • Mazac lathe – 16in. x 40in.
  • Warner & Swasey 3-A turret lathe
  • Colchester lathe – 21in. x 80in.

Mark Metals machine shop has access to the full inventory of metal supplies in Mark Metals’ “under-roof” metal inventory of plate, sheet, bar, and tube. Mark Metals offers quick-turnaround with high-quality craftsmanship.

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