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Experienced Fixturing and Jig Builders

Precision built fixturing and jigs increase profitability

As a manufacturer, you know how valuable fixtures can be to making quality parts in your secondary operations. They need to be easy to use and provide repeatability. Having a quality fixture can also minimize the amount of scrap that is produced. However, it can be difficult to find a shop that can not only design and build this type of tooling but do so cost-effectively. We are experienced fixturing, and jig builders with the expertise to build your tooling both cost-effectively, and with the kind of turnaround you need.

At Armstrong Tool & Die LLC, we have over 20 years of experience designing and building fixtures and jigs. In addition to building dies and spare parts, our knowledge, and understanding of the manufacturing process enable us to design jigs and fixtures that streamline your process, regardless of the geometry or material you are trying to hold. To see how we can assist your process, just call us, email us, or simply fill out the contact form to get started.

Precision Fixtures

  • Close Tolerance
  • Repeatable
  • Easy to Use
  • Tool Steel & Carbide for Long Life
  • Quality Control
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Industries We Serve:

  • Automotive
  • Stamping
  • Vinyl Extrusion
  • Forging
  • Medical
  • Cutlery
  • Railing Manufacturers
  • Door & Window Manufacturers
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Not sure whether fixturing or jigs will enhance your manufacturing process? If that is the case, just ask our experts.
How do I get the process started?

Just call us, email us, or simply fill out the contact form, and we will let you know what we need to set up your initial consultation.

What are the main benefits of using fixtures?

Besides the time saved on secondary operations and ensuring consistent quality, there are other benefits. One of those benefits is a reduction in the amount of scrap produced, which reduces your material costs.

Does it matter what material we are working with?

No! Regardless of the material your part is made from or it’s geometry, we can produce a fixture to suit your needs.

Is a fixture a cost-effective solution for my company?

Typically the amount of time saved, which is labor cost saved, far outweighs the initial cost of designing and building the fixture. In a relatively short period of time, you can recoup your costs, and see the added benefit in quality and consistency.

How do I know if a fixture would help our process?

You can set up a free consultation to see if your company will benefit. During that consultation, we will discuss your manufacturing process and possible areas where efficiency can be increased. From there, we can determine if, and what sort of fixture would make the most sense.