Q:  What is the largest component that Prattville can comfortably mill or turn?
A:  We can mill cubes of up to 31″, turn disks up to 28″ and shafts up to 48″ long as well as plates of up to 40″ X 20″ long.

Q:  Are you ISO 9000 registered?
A:  Yes, we were initially audited and passed by NQA in July of 2004.

Q:  What CAD file formats can Prattville work with.
A:  We have 3 seats of Solidworks which we can use to generate CNC programs. In addition we can accept all of the most common file formats including..IGES, Step,Pro Engineer, dxf, dwg, etc

Q:  Can you machine from models directly?
A:  Yes, much of the development work we do is direct from solid models. Many or our customers are on such a fast pace that they can’t take the time to detail there most complicated designs

Q:  Where did Prattville get it’s name?
A:  The founders of Prattville opened for business in 1967 in a small building off of Prattville Square in Chelsea, MA. (need I say more)