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Huron Automatic Screw Company Provides Machined Parts for Your Automotive Needs

Huron Automatic Screw Company manufactures high quality-machined components via precision Screw Machining and Top of the Line CNC Turning Equipment

Huron Automatic Screw Company manufactures a wide range of threaded and non-threaded fasteners such as bolts, studs, straight pins and spacers of various lengths and diameters.  Our Acme Gridley screw machines along with our Schutte CNC screw machine and Mori Seiki CNC lathes ensure the highest quality when we machine your custom parts. Our cam operated Acme Gridley screw machines are the backbone for the medium to high volume production quantities required in the automotive marketplace. We combine this tested mechanical process with the use of cutting edge Computer Numeric Controlled (CNC) Equipment. This technology allows for the customization of our products to your specifications. Huron Automatic Screw Company employs both of these advanced technologies in our manufacturing process to offer a large variety of products and process high quantity orders very quickly, all while maintaining consistency in creating the product you need. Take a moment to browse the Huron Automatic Screw Company website at www.huronauto.com and see the many varieties of machined parts we offer.

Expertise in Utilizing a Wide Variety of Materials in the Products We Offer

Huron Automatic Screw Company is an industry-leading competitor and achieves this merit through extensive experience in the trade. Utilizing state-of-the-art technology and Lean Manufacturing principles, we offer value by working with many different materials and creating products that are specific to your use. Huron Automatic Screw Company routinely creates machined parts from Carbon, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, and Brass just to name a few. Our experience with manufacturing multiple products using an array of different materials ensures that we can provide you with machined products that fit your exact needs. Whether you need products that withstand extreme temperatures or pressures, Huron Automatic Screw Company has decades of expertise with working the materials you need into our high quality merchandise. Our team of experts at Huron Automatic Screw Company works together to successfully process large quantity orders for our customers in addition to providing the highest quality in precision-machined parts, unique to customer specification. Request a quote on our website or call us and tell us about your next production project.

About Huron Automatic Screw Company

With over 85 years of experience, Huron Automatic Screw Company is highly regarded in the fastener manufacturing industry for product excellence and quick turnaround, making us an ideal partner to handle your prototype through production quantity jobs.  Our precision machined threaded fasteners, pins, spacers and other parts are purchased by fastener distributors, component manufacturers and OEMs across the United States and go into a wide variety of components such as axles, power trains, suspensions, engines and steering components.

Our tradition of quality and our use of innovative modern manufacturing practices have been our company’s competitive edge in manufacturing precision machined products.  Add to that our reputation for on-time delivery and competitive prices, and you’ve got every answer you need to give us a try on your next project.

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