Our state-of-the-art Precision Center in Acton, Massachusetts is where our engineers achieve groundbreaking innovation in machine engineering. The facility’s vast, complex, and highly-controlled environment is deliberately designed for experimenting and testing the latest machining applications.
At the Precision Center, our engineers push the boundaries and limitations of today’s manufacturing technologies.
Our commitment to service drives our passion for creating world-class machining solutions, and the Precision Center enables even more immersive collaboration between Methods experts and our customers.
We want to be your ally in R&D, working together on complex engineering challenges, exploring and discovering new possibilities for advanced machining, or solving the unsolvable problems that limit your manufacturing operation’s productivity, efficiency, and ROI.
Above all, we want to build lifetime customers and partners through dedication and integrity. At the Precision Center, you can expect our team will deliver on that promise.
As an advanced research and development facility, the Precision Center enables Methods to create the latest machining applications using cutting-edge technologies that are driving innovation in machine engineering and performance.
Our team also gets a head start on solving new or unique problems for customers, thanks to our company’s successful track record and long history of servicing and working closely with the world’s leading machine brands and automation technologies.
Through the Precision Center, we are able to leverage this wealth of experience to your advantage like never before.
A World-Class Facility
We specifically designed and engineered the Precision Center to provide advanced capabilities that serve the unique needs of modern manufacturers in many different industries.
Our 8,000 sq. ft. facility includes a climate-controlled environment, which is critical for preventing thermal instability from influencing the accuracy of the machine’s performance during testing and experiments.
The foundation under each machine in the lab is also built using isolated concrete pads to ensure stability. Isolation prevents vibrations throughout the facility from skewing or impacting the performance of the other machines operating within the Precision Center.
Our Precision Center also includes security features for ITAR projects requiring non-disclosure or customer confidentiality, including a private engineering suite with restricted keycard access.
Machines at the Precision Center sit on isolation pads inside a climate-controlled room to eliminate variables for more accurate testing and experiments.
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