Custom CNC-Machined Components and Assemblies
Creed Monarch specializes in providing precision CNC machining solutions optimized for your custom parts and assemblies with close-tolerance specifications.
Leading providers from around the world depend on us to manufacture their critical commercial and industrial components with CNC-machined precision and consistency. Some of the industries we specialize in include:
Oil and gas
Precision industrial parts (including custom fluid control systems, pumps, actuators and sensors)
We are a diversified American CNC machine shop specializing in premium commercial parts produced with close tolerances and complex designs. As an ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturer, precision quality control and consistency are paramount with all of our custom-machined components.
Diverse Precision Machining Capabilities with Material Versatility
We have engineered and outfitted our CNC machine shop to produce your parts cost-effectively from a wide variety of quality metals and plastics. We offer the material expertise required to optimize your products for manufacturability, with decades of combined precision experience in working with a diverse range of premium materials, including:
Your Single-Source CNC Machine Shop for High-Volume Efficiency
Our diverse range of manufacturing equipment gives our engineers the flexibility to compare many alternate production processes. This enables us to provide an efficient manufacturing solution most appropriate for the custom part’s design and specifications – optimized for quality, cost-effectiveness and speed of delivery. Whether your precision parts production is best served by our cutting-edge CNC mill-turn machines, multi-spindle lathes or rotary transfer capabilities, you can rest assured that Creed Monarch will provide the optimum machining solution.
Our diverse range of machining equipment also allows us greater flexibility in production volumes. We can tackle custom jobs ranging from low-volume production (prototypes or tens of parts), medium-volume production (part orders ranging from thousands to tens of thousands), all the way up to full-scale high-volume manufacturing (hundreds of thousands to tens of millions of parts per year).