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What are your hours?
Our hours are 6:00am-4:30pm Monday- Friday
Where is A.G. Miller located?
We are located on Batavia Street in Springfield, Massachusetts At Exit 4 off Interstate 291 (the Rt. 90 & Rt. 91 connector)
What areas does A.G. Miller serve?
A.G. Miller serves Northeast, including all of New England; Connecticut, Rhode Island, Massachusetts, Vermont, New Hampshire, as well as New York and New Jersey. We also have branched out service countries overseas. Are you not in one of these locations? A.G. Miller ships across the United States. Contact us for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Does A.G. Miller have any certifications?
A.G. Miller maintains a Quality Management System (QMS) that is registered to ISO9001:2008.
What is ISOQAR?
The QMS is certified by ISOQAR, which is an accredited certification body that assesses a wide range of manufacturing and service organizations in the United States and in different parts of the world. Click here to read more.
Can A.G. Miller assemble products?
A.G. Miller offers assembly services for any kind of product. We have years of experience that ensures your product will be assembled properly and you will receive it in a reasonable amount of time. No matter the size, A.G. Miller can help create anything you can imagine.
Does A.G. Miller provide design and engineering?
A.G. Miller specializes in design and engineering. We can work with you from start to finish on any product you are creating. We will design your product in the most economical way so that you save time and money but receive an efficient and precise finished product.
What are A.G. Miller’s Power Coating and Liquid Painting services?
A.G. Miller provides painting and coating services that will meet very specific requirements and will be completed in a timely manner. Powder coating provides superior protection to sheet metal and is applied using a multi-step process that will not chip, crack, or peel. The Defense and scientific industries as well as others still require liquid painting for that reason A. G. Miller offers liquid painting in our Automotive type booth. It can also be color matched more quickly than a powder.
What industries does A.G. Miller serve?
A.G. Miller serves wide customer base, including the food, medical, computer, electronic, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM), construction, and defensive industries.
What kind of equipment does A.G. Miller have?
A.G. Miller has a variety of equipment to perform accurate and engineered projects for our clients. Some of the equipment includes an Amada Pulsar LC2415 Laser Cutting System and the Strippit 1500 H/30, one of the largest and fastest CNC Turret Punch Presses in the world. Click here for a full list of our equipment.
What kinds of products does A.G. Miller manufacture?
A.G. Miller manufactures many kinds of products, including computer control consoles, stainless steel tanks and hoods, machine bases, custom brackets and hardware, and enclosures of every size and shape. Click here to see pictures of our products.
What services does A.G. Miller offer?
A.G. Miller, a precision metal fabricator, offers a wide variety of engineering and manufacturing services to our customers:
• Forming, rolling, and bending
• Laser cutting
• Precision saw cutting
• CNC Machining
How does the powder coating process work?
Powder coating is a great alternative to wet paint for metal parts. After a part is fully cleaned, removing any dirt, grease and oil from the surface, the powder is applied using an electrostatic gun. The gun imparts a positive electric charge to the powder, which is then sprayed towards the grounded object by compressed air and then accelerated toward the work piece by the powerful electrostatic charge. The powder is drawn from the hopper where the powder is stored. After the part is fully coated with the correct amount of powder, it is moved into a large industrial sized oven which allows the powder to bake onto the part. Once it is baked on, the part is removed and set to cool.
What does a Laser Cutter do?
Laser cutting is the technology that uses a laser to cut through materials, in this case metal. A CNC machine is programmed to direct the laser at the sheet metal, which melts burns and vaporizes the piece being cut, leaving the edge with a high quality finish and edge. Our equipment enables us to provide quick prototyping and rapid start-ups on production cutting orders. The automated laser sheet metal cutting technology allows us to be more flexible for our customers. Continuous production reduces cost and increases productivity of our metal cutting services.
What does your turret punch machine do?
The punching process can punch holes, shear, notch, form louvers, and punch angles. The state of the art CNC machine allows us to create and produce large qualities of sheet metal parts in a short period of time. Using CNC allows for production repeatability and to reduce errors, CAD software is used to program the punching. Our equipment can punch carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum in sheet and plate forms. This allows our customers to order their precision sheet metal punched parts when they need them and receive their order in a timely manner.
What is sheet metal forming?
Sheet metal forming is the bending and rolling of sheet metal. The metal forming process deforms the sheet metal into a desired geometry. In order to deform the metal, a force must be applied that will exceed the strength of the sheet metal. Our equipment is capable of bending and shaping sheet metal with capacities up to 242 tons and 148 inches long.
What kind of Specialty Jobs can you provide?
A.G. Miller can provide you with all of your custom enclosure needs including cabinets, enclosures and racks in a full range of sizes and colors. These can be created using steel, stainless steel, or aluminum.
What kind of welding services do you offer?
A.G. Miller offers certified welding services including MIG and TIG welding as well as Spot welding and Stud welding services. A.G. Miller has experience in welding a variety of metals such as Alloy, Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Chromium Molybdenum Steel (Chrome Molly), Cold Rolled Steel, High Carbon Steel, Hot Rolled Steel, Copper, Titanium, and Brass.