Aerospace and Defense

Aerospace and Defense has been our expertise for decades. Starting with the Apollo lunar programs …

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Providing components to the medical industries. including Wheelchair components and Surgical Implants...

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Providing machined components to the:

● packaging and maintenance industries
● automation equipment
● components for canning/bottling industry
● light mining equipment components
● lighting

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Electronics and Communications

Providing machined structural components, chassis components, and mounting system

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Architectural and Ornamental

Custom high-end machined components...

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STC is a woman-owned full service contract machine shop. You give us a drawing we give you the finished part. We'll get the material, no matter how exotic or routine. We'll take care of processing and finishing. We can get it done, no matter how obscure, and for a competitive price.

CNC Machining

and Assemblies

  • 3,4 & 5 axis milling from ⅛” to 30”
  • 3,4, & 5 axis turning from ⅛” to 12” diameter
  • Assemblies
  • Build to print or build to solid model
  • Small, medium and large production
  • Barstock, forgings, castings


is our culture

  • AS9100 Certified
  • ISO 9001 Certified
  • Numerous customer approvals and awards
  • Fully capable inspection department
  • Guaranteed Quality

  • STC Industries; now a woman-owned small business.

    We’ve recently become a woman-owned business. But nothing else has changed; Fred and Paul still run day to day activities, manage and maintain quality, oversee operations, no differently than it has been in the past. No changes in personnel, no organizational chart changes. There will be no change in how things are done here.  Though ownership has changed, the quality, integrity and culture here at at STC will remain the...
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  • Slick tricks for CNC’s: Simple parts counter using Macros

    You’re running a small shop. You have a production bar feed job on a lathe that runs pretty steady, but still,  you want to keep an eye on it. You don’t want to dedicate yourself or an employee to keeping an eye on it full time, but you don’t want run the job fully unattended (you might forget that you need to check on it occasionally and wind up running...
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