In 1995, Computer Integrated Machining, Inc.
began with one CNC mill in a garage in San Diego's east county. After six months of increased sales we purchased a conventional mill and moved into an 800 square foot building. We then continued to grow and within a year had moved into an 1800 square foot facility where we acquired a new Haas VMC and a Sharp Lathe. In December of 1997, we moved again into a new larger facility. At this location we acquired an additional VMC and began to strengthen our quality procedures; developing a QA manual and revising shop travelers.
Eighteen months later, we moved into a 5000 sq. ft. facility. At this facility we increased our manufacturing capabilities to include 4 CNC Vertical Milling Machines and 3 Wire EDMs. We purchased a CMM and Optical Comparator for Inspection and acquired numerous machines for crafting precision finishes. It was at this location that CIM began mastering many exotic materials.
In the summer of 2006, we moved into our current 10,000 sq. ft. facility. We have added several new machines to our floor including a top of the line Mori Seiki Horizontal Machining Center. The new Mori Seiki NH4000 DCG HMC features six 15.7" square pallets allowing for decreased set-up time and increased production capacity. The HMC features 22" of travel in the X-axis and Y-axis with 24.8" of travel in the Z-axis. This new machining center easily handles tight tolerances and runs with or without an operator in attendance. CIM's Mori Seiki HMC adds new power to our diverse line of machining centers and Wire EDMs.
We have developed exciting and effective techniques for machining difficult materials such as Kovar, Stellite, Tungsten, Alloy 46, Titanium, and more.
Our inspection systems have continued to evolve, and thus we have earned ISO certification. We are always looking for new customer relationships to enrich and challenge our business. Our customers are the reason for our growing success.