Anchak Machine Works is owned and operated by Ron Anchak. Founded in 2006 and specializing in manual and CNC machining as well as fabrication and welding work.
As a smaller machine shop, we can do prototype and small run machining quicker and more affordably than large machine shops. Want one or two parts made for a prototype? Or between 50 and 5000 parts for an initial production run? That’s what we specialize in and we do it very effectively.
Since Ron both owns and operates Anchak Machine Works, you’ll be working directly with him. From initial quotes, to machining, and billing, you won’t have to deal with any middle-men or sales people. This means that the work is done quickly and efficiently without any chance of miscommunication.
We have multiple CNC mills and a CNC lathe. We can machine aluminum, steel, stainless steel, other non-ferrous metals and various plastics.
Our mills are capable of machining pieces up to 40 inches by 20 inches x 20 inches.
Our lathe is capable of turning pieces up to 8 inches by 10 inches.
We can machine pieces up to 37 inches by 16 inches by 16 inches on our manual mill.
We can turn pieces up to 16 inches by 40 inches on our manual lathe.
We can bend, fold, roll and form metals into various shapes.
We provide MIG and TIG welding services, we are able to weld steel up to 1/2" thick and aluminum up to 1/4" thick.
Please fill out the form to the right, send us an email, or call if you’d like to get quote.
We use BobCAD, Bend Tech Pro and SolidWorks eDrawings software to help us bring your part from a drawing or model to reality. Files we work with are DXF, DWG, IGES, or STEP. If you have your model or drawings in a different format, we may be able to convert it to one of the previously listed formats. If you do not have a model or drawings available we can help you design your part at an additional cost.