New England Machine Tools Inc.

Year Founded:1988
Annual Revenue:$1-5 million
Listing Last Updated:5/20/2010

Contact Information
Name:Mark Knobloch - Exec. VP
Address:   
597 Middle Street
BristolCT 06010 United States
Phone:860-582-9898 ext: 203
Fax:860-585-1616
Email:mark@nemtusa.com
Website:www.nemtusa.com

Industries Served
abrasivesautomation/controldurable goodsmachinerymedical/health care
OEMautomotivematerial handlingsteelaerospace/aircraft
appliancesbearingscutting toolslaser markingmedical
firearmshydraulics

Areas Served
ME-NH-VT-MA-RI-CTNY-NJ-PAAK-WA-OR-CA-HIAR-LA-OK-TXDE-MD-VA-WV-NC-SC-GA-FL
KY-TN-AL-MSMN-IA-MO-ND-SD-NE-KSMT-ID-WY-CO-NM-AZ-UT-NVOH-IN-IL-MI-WICanada

Engineering Specialties
automation--generalCNCmachine build/retrofitmachine design/controlmachine tools
motors/motion controlturnkey systemshydraulics/pneumaticslaser technologyPLCs
roboticsvision systemsembedded controlsfactory automationPC-based controls
automated grinding systemsautomated laser markingadaptive control integration

Product Experience
ABBDellGE Automation & ControlsPhoenix ContactBanner Engineering
CognexFANUC RoboticsAutomationDirectDigi InternationalIDEC
Omron ElectronicsPepperl + FuchsPro-faceWeidmullerAllen-Bradley
BaldorDelta Tau Data SystemsKeyence

Corporate Affiliations
ABBFANUC RoboticsGE Automation & Controls

Professional Affiliations
Not applicableSME

Corporate Resume
New England Machine Tools is a Connecticut corporation specializing in the design and construction of grinding machines and control systems. For many years, the company's grinders have been sold nationally for a wide variety of applications in production grinding and tool grinding. New England Machine Tools also has extensive experience in providing software and hardware services to machine tool users and other machine tool builders. Projects vary from six axis palletized machining centers to forty axis transfer lines. Their software projects range from custom HMI to data acquisition and macro programming. Current projects are as diverse as PC-based control and real-time error compensation on fourteen foot diameter rotary tables.