CNC Machining in Manchester, NH

J&D Machine, an exclusive swiss screw CNC machine shop, has been CNC machining in Manchester, NH for more than twenty five years. Our company prides itself on its ability to solve complex issues in cooperation with design engineers while serving the precision component manufacturing needs of companies. We have a wide array of clients and do CNC machining for the aerospace, defense, and medical industries. We also do CNC machining for fiber optics.

Our goal is to achieve total customer satisfaction. We supply competitively priced, quality products and deliver them on time. It is our constant endeavor to meet or exceed industry standards, emphasizing continuous improvement, in order to achieve the highest level of process efficiency. Our commitment is to support the customer from initial contact to delivery.

J.&D. Machine owner, John Ambrose, and lead machinist Willis Hyslop have over forty five years of combined experience in the field of CNC precision machining.

We incorporate state of the art equipment from our 4000 square feet of manufacturing space at 728 E. Industrial Park Drive Unit 5,  Manchester, NH 03109. Our CNC machines include a Citizen A20 Type VII, 2 Citizen L20 Type VII’s, 2 Hanwha SL12H’s, a Hanwha XD20H,  a Nexturn SA-38, a Tsugami BX12, and a Wasino LG7 Gang Tool Machine.

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CNC Machining Company J&D Machine Celebrates 30 Years in Business

30 years ago this month, November 1983, J&D Machine started in the basement of our family home in New Hampshire. Back when we started, we only had a few cam machines and a cam shaper, and we did not know that we would become the successful CNC machining company we are today. 30 years later we only have CNCs (and a few more of them). In 1985 we moved into our first commercial space. We had 1250 square feet in our unit, and that’s when we added our first CNC machine. Back then we did a lot of electronics work as well as defense work. We stayed in that space for about 12 years and eventually tripled our space in 1997 when we purchased 3 identical units a few buildings over. This is where we still do business today. We currently have about 4000 square feet of manufacturing space, and 7 CNC machines. At our peak in 2009, just before the recession hit, we had 9 CNC machines. Continue reading