Buffalo, NY, October 08, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- The American Machine Shops Network has reviewed, approved and profiled 53 job shops and custom manufacturers in the state of New York for companies sourcing machined parts & components. AMSN said 53 New York Machine Shops are profiled at http://mfgpartners.net/category/new-york-shops/ specializing in machining parts, molded plastic manufacturing, plastic machining services, prototype development, rapid prototyping model production, CNC precision machining and other machine/job shop solutions for companies in New York City, Albany, Buffalo, New Rochelle, Rochester, Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Schenectady, Syracuse, Utica and other areas throughout Empire State.
MFGpartners.net said An additional 900+ other manufacturers are profiled on the site specializing in machining of parts and components at http://www.mfgpartners.net/machining-parts.
AMSN said it receives request for quotes regularly for a wide range of metal & plastic machining services which it passes on the vendors profiled on the site at http://www.mfgpartners.net/plastic-machining-services
According to William Stansell, spokesperson for MFGpartners.net, the site features a number of family-owned and operated jobbing shops with a combined hundreds of years experience serving customers throughout the country as well as internationally. Stansell said the American Machine Shops Network is takes great pride in its ability to connect buyers with qualified experts such as CAD/CAM engineers, CNC programmers & operators, master machinists, metal fabrication craftsman, tool & die designers, metal stampers and other skilled personnel offering. Stansell said AMSN can handle everything from start to finishing, including short & long production runs, prototypes, materials processing & acquisition, project planning and other requirements.
“New York is home to hundreds of world class machine shops serving customers in all 50 states as well as Canada, Mexico and overseas markets sourcing complete custom machining & manufacturing services,” said Stansell. He added, “The American Machine Shops Network has reviewed and approved 53 of these vendors thus far that can be found on the company's website and expects to include dozens more over the next few months intended for those in need of various machine/job shop services from conception, design and prototyping to small or large production, packaging and delivery.”
MFGpartners.net is home of the American Machine Shops Network (AMSN). The company specializes in promoting US-based manufacturers of machined parts and components as well as other custom manufacturers. AMSN is designed to help companies, inventors, engineers and others find the most suitable machine shop offering a variety of CNC machining, fabrication, prototyping, foundry casting and other contract manufacturing solutions. AMSN also owns MFGmatch.net, the leading custom manufacturing marketplace.
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