Allied Specialty Precision, Incorporated - Frequently Asked Questions

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Do you do “early supplier development” work with your customers?

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Yes. We always appreciate the opportunity to be involved in the early design phase of your project, and to offer our input to improve its manufacturability and reduce production costs.

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Does Allied Specialty Precision do more than machining?

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Absolutely. Allied Specialty Precision offers a wide range of in-house manufacturing processes including: CNC machining; gear manufacturing; O.D., surface and blanchard grinding; wire EDM, EDM small hole drilling, honing; broaching; brazing; pressure, leak and load testing; passivation; deburring and assembly.

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Can Allied Specialty Precision install very small diameter holes?

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Yes. With our new Sodick high speed small hole drilling EDM machine, we can install holes as small as .008" diameter up to 8" deep in a wide variety of materials.

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Does Allied Specialty Precision offer Multi-Tasking/Multi-Axis CNC machining?

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Yes. We have invested in the latest, state-of-the-art precision machining technology to eliminate multiple operations and labor-intensive parts handling. Our advanced machine tools use multiple axes, live tools, automated loading and powerful CAD/CAM software to increase our efficiency and provide our customers with reliable deliveries at very competitive prices.

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Where is Allied Specialty Precision located?

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Allied Specialty Precision is located at 815 East Lowell Avenue, Mishawaka, Indiana, just east of South Bend in the northwest part of the state. Get a map. (Google Maps)

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How large is the Allied Specialty Precision manufacturing facility?

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Allied Specialty Precision has over 26,000-square-feet under one roof at its manufacturing facility in Mishawaka, Indiana.

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Is Allied Specialty Precision certified to ISO 9001 and/or AS9100?

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Yes. Allied Specialty Precision is certified to both ISO 9001 and AS9100.

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Is Allied Specialty Precision a Woman-Owned business?

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Yes. Allied Specialty Precision is certified as a Woman-Owned and Woman-Controlled Business by the National Women Business Owners Corporation.

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How long has Allied Specialty Precision been in business?

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Allied Specialty Precision was founded in 1954 in Mishawaka, Indiana, and has been in continuous operation ever since. We were previously known as Allied Screw Products, Inc.

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Does Allied Specialty Precision have a Quality Assurance Manual?

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Yes. Allied Specialty Precision maintains a comprehensive Q.A. Manual. Our Q.A. Manual is available for inspection by qualified personnel upon request.

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Does Allied Specialty Precision guarantee its products?

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Yes. Allied Specialty Precision guarantees that our products will be in full compliance with customer furnished drawings and specification requirements.

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Can Allied Specialty Precision receive and process CAD/CAM files?

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Yes. Allied Specialty Precision uses an advanced CAD/CAM system to receive and interpret your digital datasets in most standard file formats. Click on the “Login & Quote” button to send your files quickly and easily using our website.

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Does Allied Specialty Precision offer 5-Axis machining capabilities?

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Yes. All of our CNC Vertical Machining Centers are equipped with 5th-Axis capabilities.

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Who do I contact to find out about doing business with Allied Specialty Precision?

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We welcome your inquiries. Please contact us today at 574.255.4718 or email us to find out what our team can do for you.



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