Get to know C&C Machining in Centerville
Monday, March 21, 2016
Machining is the process of taking raw materials (metal, wood, plastic, etc.) and cutting away excess material in order to create specific forms and shapes that can be used in the construction of a larger tool or machine. A lot of today’s machining is done through the use of specialized equipment (lathes, mills, and other cutters) that are operated by computers in a process called computer numerical control (CNC).
C&C Machining in Centerville, Iowa, is a company that uses CNC processes to manufacture the parts its customers need. The company has large horizontal milling machines, small vertical milling machines, and CNC lathes to allow for a wide range of machining capacities. It also offers MIG, TIG, and stick welding, as well as industrial painting and sandblasting.
C&C was founded in 1994 by Gaylon Cowan. The company has a facility that is 150,000 square feet in Centerville and employs over 80 full-time workers.
C&C Machining is a member of the Appanoose Economic Development Corporation at the level of Industry Leader.
To learn more about C&C Machining, go to http://www.candcmachining.net/index.html