Improving the Industry with Cutting Edge Technology and Ingenuity

August 9, 2023

Investing in our Future

Evergreen Tool Company’s desire to improve the industry has not stopped since building the new 32,000 sq.ft. company site in 2015.  Recent expansions within our company have included the acquisition of several production turning machines and quality improvement monitoring systems.

In both 2019 and 2021, our company invested in Mazak Quick turn series 250 MSY and 350 machines which boast “the perfect fusion of machine structure and advanced control technology” which create a stable, and high-accuracy machining platform (Mazak Corporation).  Known for their high productivity with 2nd spindle MS and MSY, Y axis turning, and CNC tailstock, the efficient programming of our Mazak machines has enabled us to make complete parts in one set up, therefore increasing our efficiency, and freeing up more machines to take on a larger customer demand.

In addition to the Mazak acquisition, Evergreen Tool Company has invested in two Tsugami Swiss Turning Centers—one in 2020 and the other in 2021—which boast six standard linear axes along with B0 series Abile Programming Software.  The unique Swiss design has allowed us to increase our product profile to include intricate and challenging items for the likes of Amerex, Carter-Hoffman, and Greenheck.  Each company requiring unique solutions is met with our adaptive engineering and problem-solving capabilities, aided along by Tsugami Swiss Turning Centers.

With the increased in-house productivity, our team decided to develop further quality control measures through purchasing a Keyence 2020 IM-7000.  With this purchase, our quality control utilizes fast, consistent, and easy measuring with up to 99 dimensions measured at the push of a button.  At the same time, up to 100 parts can be inspected at a time, verifying precision in every step of our processes: from prototypes to shipping.  With each acquisition, Evergreen Tool Company has been investing in flexibility and capability to satisfy customer demand in an economical way.