A Broad Scope of Manufacturing Options

With EDM, 5-axis simultaneous CNC machining, gear manufacturing, conventional grinding, honing and broaching, brazing, leak and proof testing, and CAM systems for 3-D modeling and contouring, Allied Specialty Precision offers one of the widest ranges of in-house manufacturing processes anywhere. This matters to you because we control the quality, the schedule and the entire work-flow from start to finish. This control guarantees that our customers continue to receive the superior level of quality and service that they’ve come to expect from Allied Specialty Precision.

Cell-based manufacturing techniques are among the advanced manufacturing methods used at Allied to streamline the process and deliver value to our customers. When you choose Allied as your manufacturing partner, you get a team of craftsmen and professionals with the facilities and equipment to give you what you need, when you need it.

Quality and On-Time Delivery You Can Count On

In the precision manufacturing business, value is measured by a combination of price, quality and delivery…and in today’s competitive environment; the successful company is one that consistently delivers all three. “We are extremely proud of our rating for quality and delivery with our customers,” explains Larry De Later, vice-president of operations. “We’ve earned our reputation for top quality and on-time delivery through the dedication of our team and our state-of-the-art manufacturing resources.”

Our entire team at Allied Specialty Precision is committed to delivering your parts and assemblies, made to print, when you need them, at the best possible price. This formula for success is not original, but it has been at the foundation of our success since 1954. Trust the Allied Specialty Precision team to deliver precision manufacturing value for your company now and into the future. Experience the ASPI difference.

Multi-Tasking/Multi-Axis Precision Machining

The days of setting up and moving a single job from machine to machine around the shop to accomplish a series of manufacturing operations are coming to a close. The process of multiple setups, multiple operations and labor-intensive handling is rapidly giving way to multi-tasking/multi-axis CNC machining.

Nowhere is this evolution more evident than at Allied Specialty Precision. Over the past several years we have invested heavily in the latest, state-of-the-art precision machining technology. These advanced machine tools use multiple axes, live tools, automated loading, and powerful CAD/CAM software to vastly increase our efficiency, enhance our shop capacity, and offer our customers reliable deliveries with the best possible pricing. You can count on ASPI to remain at the forefront when it comes to next-generation precision machining technology.

State-of-the-Art Technology at ASPI

Allied Specialty Precision remains at the cutting-edge of manufacturing technology with continuing investments in the latest and most efficient machinery and software available. We use advanced CAD/CAM software for design and programming, and we work with customer-furnished digital drawings and datasets, in all standard formats, to streamline our machining operations. Additional software controls the workflow throughout the entire manufacturing cycle, including document control and job history data, with visibility at all levels of the organization.

Combined with the latest CNC machine tools, our commitment to state-of-the-art technology delivers additional value to our customers with competitive pricing and reliable service. Trust Allied Specialty Precision when it comes to the latest advances in manufacturing and information technology. We are committed to staying ahead of the curve. Experience the ASPI difference.

ASPI in the Manufacturing Community

At Allied Specialty Precision, we believe in advancing our knowledge base by association with others in the manufacturing community. That is why we are active members in the following nationally recognized groups: National Tooling and Machining Association (NTMA), American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA), Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), American Society for Metals (ASM), and the Indiana State Chamber of Commerce. Allied Specialty Precision is also involved in the local community through our support of the F.I.R.S.T. robotic program at Penn High School in Mishawaka, Indiana.

By reaching out to others in the manufacturing community, we raise our own standards of excellence and help to advance the level of manufacturing technology in the USA. Recently, ASPI received a “Top Ten Award” from American Machinist magazine for 2008. Click here to download the article. (pdf)

Our Most Valuable Asset - The ASPI Team

Since our beginning in 1954, the most important aspect of our operations has been the talent and dedication of our employees. Today, this is true more than ever before. Our reputation for problem solving, design and testing, as well as complex and close-tolerance parts, is due to a company-wide commitment to excellence. Our average employee has been with the company for more than ten years. And, as a result of our training programs, we have seven employees with 6-Sigma “Green Belt” certification. “The key to our continuing success at Allied has always been our people,” explains Eric Kurzhal, president. “Our manufacturing experience is measured in decades, and that translates directly into an extraordinary level of value and service for our customers.” When you deal with Allied Specialty Precision, you are dealing with seventy-plus people with a single goal in mind…your complete satisfaction with our products and services every step of the way. Experience the ASPI difference.

Allied Specialty Precision is ISO 9001 & AS9100 Certified

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