Specific reasons exist that allow a business to grow and expand, such as adding new services or products, targeting new customer markets, expanding into new areas, such as laser etching and additive manufacturing, and manufacturing new products. Seco Machine in North Canton, Ohio, a subsidiary of the A. Stucki Company in Moon Township, Pennsylvania, states that each of the aforementioned reasons are behind the exciting announcement of their new plant location in Green, Ohio. This contract company specializes in precision machining, metal machining, and cast urethane production and explains that the new plant, being constructed by Campbell Construction Company out of Wooster, Ohio, would allow them to create positions for new employees. They have already delved into expanding what they can offer to the growing needs of its customers, and this new state of the art facility allows them to immerse themselves in those and other areas, while keeping true to the growth of its mainstay of railcar components. Businesses interested in prototype production for research and samples for marketing in addition to a plethora of other services can continue to rely on Seco.
Many companies from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, to Columbus, Ohio, are wholeheartedly entering a world of a new age with additive manufacturing, which is a process by which three-dimensional design is used to build up a component by depositing layers of material onto one another. These 3D printing services range in complexity levels from fixtures to functional electronics, and the A. Stucki Company has used its advanced manufacturing for several purposes – prototypes for research, samples for marketing, test molds for manufacturing, and so much more. This engineering and manufacturing company is taking steps to offer its 3D printing capabilities to organizations who are interested in the benefits of opening themselves up to new opportunities but prefer not to acquire and maintain in-house 3D printing expertise. Any company from Erie, Pennsylvania, to Cleveland, Ohio, looking to reduce costs for research and development toward new products and discover new business opportunities can rely on the experts at A. Stucki Company.
Industries from Detroit, Michigan, to Tacoma, Washington, that consistently employ heavy-duty applications are frequently searching for products with physical properties that can handle the excessive stress that will be put upon them. The countless uses of urethane are relatively unknown in the parts industry, because it offers qualities superior to those of commodity polymers — including durability, impact resistance, and improved wear. A. Stucki Company has led the international development and application of railcar dynamic, or motion control products, since 1911. Seco Urethane, an extension of Seco Machine, is America’s leading urethane product producer and supplier, specializing in custom-cast urethane partsfor railway cars. Seco, a contractor manufacturer, is now an integral part of A. Stucki’s precision-engineered urethane damping components and compression molded parts, as well as prototype sample parts. Any industry from Erie, Pennsylvania, to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, can take advantage of their legacy of providing customers with the highest quality railcar components with significant support regardless of the scope or size of the contract by partnering withSeco Urethane.
Manufacturer Seco Machine, started out primarily serving the railroad industry; however, they are no longer simply a contract manufacturer or local machine shop, they are a hybrid of these segments — including moldmaker and urethane parts producer. This North Canton, Ohio, company also offers ancillary services that include assembly, warehousing of raw and finished materials, specialty packaging, coatings, and laser etching for any business from Cincinnati, Ohio, to Washington, Pennsylvania. It takes intelligent, detail-oriented, and dedicated people with superior skill levels to create the quality machined products from this comprehensive division of the A. Stucki Company. The intricacy of the machines that perform everything from prototype production to specialty tooling require focus and precision from the machinists who operate them. With their education in advanced mathematics, drafting, and metal working necessary to perform their jobs well, the employees at Seco Machine love what they do and dedicate themselves to completing every job for Zanesville, Ohio, and beyond with pride.
When industries are in search of a company with a wide range of capabilities and technologies to provide them with engineering solutions, they look for a business that will grow with their ever-changing needs. Corporations from Cleveland, Ohio; Akron, Ohio; Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, and beyond can find specialty tooling designs, custom cast urethanes, compression molded parts, and more at Seco Machine, an A. Stucki Company. Seco Machine in Northeast Ohio, brings concepts to reality, from prototypes to large volume automated production, on state-of-the-art equipment. This local machine shop leads the industry in comprehensive contract manufacturing with machining being the heart of their passion — primarily turning and milling. They offer a broad array of ancillary services that include, but are not limited to, warehousing of raw and finished materials, light assembly, laser etching, and heat treatment. The considerable effort that they have dedicated to machining austempered ductile iron (ADI) has made them an industry leader in precision tool manufacturing. Seco Machine strives to engineer and manufacture quality and performance in every product.