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Pinnacle Precision Announces Capital Investment

Pinnacle Precision, a metal solutions provider serving medical, aerospace, defense, renewable energy and communications companies, announced the addition of two high-capacity machining mills and a turning center to answer increased customer demand.

"We invested in these machines to evolve with the needs of our customers," said Kevin Beatty, General Manager. "This is an extension of our ongoing commitment to be the total services provider our customers require and is consistent with our promise of partnership, dependability and high quality."

Pinnacle added two DN Solutions SVM 5100L vertical machining centers and a Lynx 2100LY turning center to the company's 73,000-sq.-ft. facility. The SVM series boosts productivity by reducing the acceleration and deceleration rates for the spindle and axis drives and reduces retooling times between jobs. Lynx enables the machining of complex parts in a single set-up due to the Y-axis and sub-spindle.

"Each machine increases our machining capabilities with unparalleled precision and efficiency," added Sergio Valdez, Director of Operations. "We will produce complex parts at production levels quicker and more accurately. Our teams are trained and ready to take on any project."

These machines enable Pinnacle Precision to ramp up its delivery of parts, components and total assembly solutions to its customers in various industries.

For more information contact:

Pinnacle Precision

5410 E La Palma Ave.

Anaheim, CA 92807


DN Solutions

19A Chapin Road

Pine Brook, NJ 07058


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