Since 1952 Teton Machine Company has been turning our client's ideas into working mechanical components. Today Teton's engineering department can receive a solid model file in *.igs, *.x_t, *.xmt, *.par, *.dwg, *.dxf, *.sldprt, *.sldasm, *.x_b or *.P_b formats via e-mail from a client, manipulate the solid model in three dimensions and quickly and efficiently produce a manufacturing program that can be sent to the shop floor. Teton utilizes GibbsCAM®, Partmaker® and Solidworks® combined with years of working with world class organizations like Hewlett Packard, Varian and Johnson & Johnson to produce world class mechanical components and assemblies.


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