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Royal Machine & Tool Corporation Celebrates 65th Anniversary



Royal Machine's current 30,000 sq. ft. manufacturing facility employs 48 and features more than 35 state-of-the-art CNC machine tools.

Royal Machine & Tool Corporation is celebrating 65 years in business.

Since its founding in 1952 in a backyard barn with five employees, the company has expanded to nearly 50 employees with modern administrative and manufacturing facilities in Berlin, CT, representing 30,000 sq. ft. and featuring over 35 state-of-the-art CNC machine tools.

In making the announcement, Richard J. Ruscio, Royal Machine & Tool President and son of its late Founder John L. Ruscio, said, "In the future, the combination of our recently added new services and equipment and our 65 years of experience in designing and building custom and standard workholding devices will make us even stronger in providing our customers with quality finished products and time-sensitive deliveries."

Over the years, Royal Machine has introduced new products to meet the special needs of its customers in the petroleum, medical, automotive, valve and aerospace industries. These have included:

  • 1950s - tool grinding
  • 1960s - custom fitted and blank jaws
  • 1970s - index chucks with manual clamping; standard power clamp chucks
  • 1980s - modular fixtures; QVC fixtures; multi-spindle drill and tapping heads; collet chucks; expanding mandrels
  • 1990s - specialty fixtures for high production on machining centers; patented self-centering power clamp/automatic index chuck
  • 2000s - new "C" frame fixture product line; hydraulic QVC fixtures; increased large diameter chucks diameters from 48" to 84"; patent pending threaded insert.

Products and services include the design and building of custom and standard workholding devices, from simple manual fixtures to sophisticated hydraulic fixtures with multiple faces. Custom and standard chucks of all types for rotating and non-rotating applications are also designed and built by Royal Machine & Tool, and the company offers a complete range of contract machining options/services, from single prototype machining to high volume production requirements. All services and products are produced in the USA.

For more information contact:

Lynn Lozinski

Royal Machine & Tool Corp.

P.O. Box Y

4 Willow Brook Drive

Berlin, CT 06037

860-828-6555

lynnl@royalworkholding.com

www.royalworkholding.com

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