The company has conducted a broad overhaul, installing all energy efficient lighting across the facility and renovating its office. Several machines have been added to the production floor, including a six-pallet horizontal machining center, several vertical machining centers, lathes, and grinders. The new machinery will be used to expand production output and meet demand for its chucks, cylinders, special workholding devices, and other workholding applications and components.
“We have been upgrading machine capabilities, buying new ones to increase capacity, and remodeling parts of the plant and all of our offices,” LMC President Jay Duerr said in a statement. “Our goal is to have the best facility in the workholding business to serve the ever-changing needs of our growing customer base and the machine tool industry in general. As they continue to drive us into providing more products and services as their business evolves we must keep pace. We are proud of what we’ve been able to accomplish in our 97-year history and look forward to getting our customers and prospects here to see everything for themselves.”