Precision Forms, Inc. was established in 1955 and quickly gained a reputation for quality and speed, attracting the attention of the aerospace industry and the Department of Defense. We started manufacturing high precision intricate aerospace parts in the 1970s and continue to this day. Our expertise in the demanding field of aerospace got us noticed by the medical device industry in the 1980s. Today, Precision Forms is one of the only contract manufacturers servicing both industries.
We change our capabilities to meet our customer needs and continuously invest in several key areas: our work force, the latest CNC manufacturing platforms, information systems and the most up-to-date quality tools. We currently employ approximately 45 associates in an 13,500 sq. ft. facility on Decker Road in Butler, with plans to expand.
The Precision Forms team is tight, agile, and innovative with over 1,200 years of design, manufacturing, and quality experience.
Bill Sulski has been at the helm for approximately 25 years as the President and CEO. His father Bill, a master machinist was one of the first co-owners of the company. Bill recalls machining parts at age 12 and working high school and college summers at Precision Forms.
Bill was a mechanical engineering major in the Naval ROTC program at Villanova and was commissioned as an Ensign in the Navy after graduating in May of 1971. He was sent by the Navy to Petroleum School in Virginia and Damage Control School in Philadelphia, then sailed to Viet Nam in support of the Navy ships off the coast. He joined Precision Forms upon his return to the US in 1976.
Precision Forms started in a basement in Wayne, NJ 65 years ago, moved to Riverdale, and finally in 1994 to the current location in Butler. A great majority of the workforce live in the local area and many of our employees actively volunteer in the community in roles such as fire safety, mentoring, and working with the developmentally disabled.
Additionally, we recognize the importance of providing local employment and experience opportunities for those individuals reentering the job market, recent college graduates, and most importantly, individuals moving through vocational schools. We understand the importance of connection and strive to make a positive difference.
I. TURNING EQUIPMENT
DOOSAN LYNX 220 LSYC MILL DRILL CNC LATHE – New 2015
OKUMA LB3000EX-(MYW) x 800 SPACE TURN SADDLE CNC LATHE – New 2012
TSUGAMI SS20 SWISS TURNING CENTER w/Fanuc 32i-B CNC System – 8 axis – Thread Whirling Capable – New 2012
(2) OKUMA HERITAGE ES CNC L8 LATHE (10 H.P., Bore dia. 2.090”, 6000 RPM, 6” x 11” Working Envelope, Live Tooling) New 2011
OKUMA CROWN CNC LATHE (15 H.P., Large Bore, 3400 RPM, 8” dia. X 20” Working Envelope) New 1998
OKUMA CADET CNC LATHE (15 H.P., Large Bore, 3400 RPM, 8” x 20” Working Envelope) New 1995
(2) Tsugami BS20B Precision CNC Automatic Lathe (Swiss Screw Machine) ¾” capacity, 7 Axis Turning/Milling, with IEMCA 12 bar capacity automatic barfeed, New 1990,2002, 2004
Tsugami SS26C SWISS TURNING CENTER w/Fanuc 32i-B CNC System – 8 axis – Thread Whirling Capable – New 2018
Tsugami BSH20 Precision CNC Automatic Lathe (Swiss Screw Machine) ¾” capacity, 9 Axis Turning/Milling, with IEMCA 12 bar capacity automatic barfeed, New 2008
II. MILLING & JIG BORING EQUIPMENT
(2) OKUMA GENOS M460-VE Vertical Machining Center w/4th Axis. Machine Travels X-30, Y-18, Z-18. Spindle 15,000 RPM. 32 Station Auto Tool Changer. 2013 & 2014
HAAS OM-2A Office Mill w/4th Axis. Machine Travels X-12, Y-10, Z-12. Spindle 30,000 RPM, 20 Station Auto Tool Changer. New 2013
HAAS VF-2 Vertical Machining Center with HRT 210 full 4th Axis. Machine Travels X-30, Y-16, Z-20. 15 H.P., Spindle 7500 Max RPM. New 1998
HAAS VF-2 Vertical Machining Center with HRT 210 full 4th Axis. Machine Travels X-30, Y-16, Z-20. 20 H.P., Spindle 10,000 Max RPM. New 2008
HAAS OM2 CNC MILL Machine Travels X-12, Y-10, Z-12, 5 H.P., Spindle 30,000 Max RPM New 2004
OKUMA MC4VAE CNC Vertical Machining Center with full 4th Axis and DNC-B computer interface. Capacity: X-30, Y-16, Z-17. New 7/90
OKUMA MC4020 Vertical Machining Center with Tsudokoma full 5 axis tilt Rotary. New 2003
OKUMA MC-V3016 Center with Tsudokoma full 5 axis tilt Rotary. New 2007
(2) BRIDGEPORT Vertical Milling Machines with X-Y Digital Readouts. Newest machine 1992. All machines have been rebuilt as required to maintain a high level of accuracy.
III. ELECTRICAL DISCHARGE MACHINING EQUIPMENT
Mitsubishi MV1200R Wire Cut EDM – New 2018
Mitsubishi EA8 CNC Sink EDM – New 2006
IV. GRINDING EQUIPMENT
Sunnen Hone MBB-1600
8” X 24” DoAll Surface Grinder Automatic Hydraulic
6” x 18” Boyer-Schultz Surface Grinder
6” x 12” Boyer-Schultz Surface Grinder (2)
Boyer-Schultz Profile Grinder (Vertical, Heavy Duty)
V. DRILLING EQUIPMENT
Clausing 4 Spindle Production Drill Press
VI. SAWING EQUIPMENT
DoAll Band Saw Model 3613-1, 3 Wheel with 36” throat
Marvel Automatic Hack Saw – 6-1/2” Capacity
VII. BUFFING/POLISHING EQUIPMENT
Baldor 1-1/2 H.P. Pedestal Buffing Machine (2)
Baldor 1/3 H.P. Pedestal Buffing Machine (4)
VIII. INSPECTION EQUIPMENT
Fowler Trimos V4 Height Gage – New 2017
Brown & Sharpe SF 4.5.4 Shopfloor CMM w/motorized head – New 2013
Hexagon Metrology Optiv Classic 321 GLtp Vision System – New 2013
BROWN & SHARPE Global Classic Coordinate Measuring Machine 7-10-7 with PC-DMIS 2010 – New 2011
BROWN & SHARPE XCEL 765 CNC Coordinate Measuring Machine with PH9A Programmable Probe.
TESA Visio 300 DCC Vision System with PC-DMIS 4.3 MR3 – New 2007
PARAGON 24P Optical Comparator w/edge detection and CNC Controls – New 2018
Mitutoyo Optical Comparator – PH350
Mantis Elite 8x Magnifier (2)
Wilson Hardness Tester
Various inspection tools including Gage Blocks, Surface Plates, Profilometers, Bore Gages, Micrometers, Calipers, Verniers, Sine Bars and Plates, Thread Rings and Plug Gages, Dial Indicators, Air Gages, etc.
IX. COMPUTER SOFTWARE
PARTMAKER Swiss CAM programming system. Including Mill/Turn and Complex Surfacing
SOLIDWORKS CAD System 2017 Standard
SMARTCAM full three dimensional CAM system
INVENTOR 2010 3D CAD Modeling Software
SHOPTECH E2 – Complete Shop Control Software
TRUMPF TRU MARK 5020 with Tru Mark Station 5000 Laser Marking Machine – New 2017
TRUMPF VECTOR MARK COMPACT Laser Marking Machine
TRUMPF TRULASER STATION 5004 Laser Welding Machine – New 2011
PULSAR TUMBLING Bead Blaster – New 2013
EMPIRE Bead Blaster
EMPIRE BBO Basket Tumbling Bead Blaster – New 2013
VC12 Finishing Machine (Centrifugal Tumbler)
Branson OMNI-2000 Ultrasonic Cleaning Station
SONIC CLEAN 4 Tank Passivation Unit
L&L Heat Treat Furnace J388TP