Frequently Asked Questions

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What materials do you work with?

Answer: Casey Machine has the ability to machine a variety of different materials from conventional stainless steel to exotic alloys including titanium. We are specialists in nickel and cobalt based alloys. Click to see our list of machined materials.

What is your minimum and maximum lot size?

Answer: The lot size depends on the part. Our lot sizes range from minimum 10 to maximum 10,000. We do not really have a set minimum lot size however we do not have a prototype area either. We can produce lots as few as 10  if it is a frequently purchased item, but 10 is probably the minimum for a one time buy as it becomes too costly to develop. Please feel free to contact us with any specific requests.

How many employees do you have? How many shifts do you run?

Answer: Casey Machine has approximately 100 hardworking employees and runs 2 shifts 5 days per week. Read more at About Casey Machine.

What type of equipment do you have?

Answer: Casey Machine has approximately 40 technologically advanced machines consisting of a variety of lathes, vertical and horizontal mills and multiple axis machinery. For a complete list of machinery including quality measurement machines please refer to our facilities list.

What size parts do you make?

Answer: Casey Machine is an award winning supplier of precision turned and milled components.  We specialize in parts that fit in a 5 inch cube; however we truly excel at parts 1.5 inches and smaller. Tolerances to +/- .0001 and very intricate deburring are hallmarks of the work we produce.

What are you certified to?  What is your quality management system?

Answer: Casey Machine is certified to AS 9100 Rev C., ISO 9001:2008. We are ITAR registered, and we have our federal firearms license allowing us to manufacture components for automatic weapons.

Who are your competitors?

Answer: There are many quality machine shops out there but very few that are capable of doing the variety of parts that Casey Machine does, and no one delivers the utmost in customer responsiveness, integrity and trust that Casey Machine can.

What are you doing to stay cost effective?

Answer: Casey employs lean practices whenever possible.  We utilize 5S, cell set ups, and value stream mapping to cut waste and flow cost reductions down to our customers.