Custom-designed fixtures you need, when you need them. Every Time.

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You’ve been tasked with a CapEx problem to solve and need custom fixturing to solve it.

The trouble is, ordering custom fixturing isn’t like buying an Amazon product with the most 5-star reviews. Since your solution is engineered-to-order, it’s never been built before. Yet, with valuable production time on the line, there’s no room for error.

No wonder engineers are on edge, feeling like they have to babysit their vendors.

At Quality Tool Service,

we get what’s at stake when production goes sideways.

Benefit from a process
perfected over the last 20+ years.

There are plenty of “machine shops” out there that can make parts, but with the demands of high-tech manufacturing today, your tooling suppliers need to bring more to the table than the ability to machine metal. You need a team of experts in the field with systems to manage projects, from concept to install.

That’s why, at Quality Tool Service, we don’t just provide widgets at a particular cost.

Whether it’s a simple discussion about clamping styles or defining an entire manufacturing process, we think big picture, understand your requirements, and deliver on-time solutions that do what they’re supposed to do, for the long haul.

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It’s hard to know who to trust.

We get it — there’s a lot on the line. Here’s what you can expect from our team:

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We know what we’re doing.

With thousands of custom fixtures under our belts, we know what to consider in design and how it will impact the rest of your production process.

Too much is at stake to gamble on generalists — tooling is all we do.

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We don’t cut corners.

We listen carefully to your goals, provide thoughtful recommendations, then start building only after you agree on a design that leaves nothing to chance.

We don’t try to fit your square-peg problem into an existing round-hole solution.

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We do what we say.

Our commitment is what we think it should be — we simply get the job done right, keep you posted on the progress, and don’t miss deadlines.

You’ve got a job to do, and it shouldn’t be hand-holding us.

Don’t take our word for it —

Check out a few testimonials from our current customers:

On average, we ship at least one project a day.

We’re small enough to offer personalized service, but we’re big enough to have lots of resources for your project.

Weld Fixtures

Inspection Fixtures

Prototype/Low Volume Fixtures

You don’t have to have a specific project in mind to reach out.

4 out 5 of our customers return with another project.

Every project goes something like this —

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1. Tell us what you’re up against.

Grab a time on our calendar and let’s talk about the problem you’re working to solve.

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2. We’ll help you consider all the details.

We’ll work with you to find a solution, and if you choose to move forward, we’ll enter a design phase that covers all the “what ifs” before we start making chips.

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3. Then, deliver on our promises.

Our process has been perfected over the last two decades. That means we do what we say we’re going to do, when we say we’re going to do it.

Evaluating vendors without a project in mind? Great! Let’s talk anyway.

When you work with Quality Tool Service —

You can stop:

chasing down vendors to meet deadlines

settling for tooling that delivers downtime, scrap, and excess labor

getting pulled off current projects to handle problems on the line with old ones

And expect instead:

proactive updates & on-time delivery

shorter lead times, less production scrap, fewer issues with quality, and more throughput in manufacturing

No unnecessary distractions

Commissioning a custom fixture shouldn’t be a gamble.


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