eMachineShop.com is producing customer-designed automobile parts ranging from shifter brackets and linkages to brake dust shields and windshield wiper arms. Motorcyclists have created customized parts from handlebars and brake mechanisms to tank spacers and crankshafts.
"Customization of cars and motorcycles is extremely popular, and gear-heads often need to quickly, inexpensively and accurately obtain specialized parts made from steel, aluminum, brass, plastic and just about any other industrial material," said Jim Lewis, eMachineShop.com president.
"Automotive enthusiasts are a very demanding breed," continued Mr. Lewis, "and auto parts retailers often cannot meet their needs with off-the-shelf parts. Obtaining exactly the right part for an out-of-production 1958 Austin-Healey sports car, or a special saddlebag bracket for a Harley-Davidson low-rider, means looking in new places. eMachineShop.com is an innovative solution offering the easiest, most cost-effective way to turn ideas into real 3D parts at both prototype and production quantities. Car, truck and motorcycle applications are a large part of what we create," he said.
eMachineShop.com drives the solution
Until now, someone needing a custom part had to buy and learn expensive and complex CAD software, make technical drawings, locate a machine shop, find a way to transmit the drawings to the machine shop, discuss the design with an accomplished machinist, sift through numerous price quotations, and eventually get the part -- often paying much more than necessary while adding weeks of delay. Via the Internet, eMachineShop.com has put computing horsepower where it will do the most good -- right at the fingertips of the customizer, restorer, racing technician and shade-tree mechanic.
Users download eMachineShop's free CAD software. During the design phase, eMachineShop's automated machining expert analyzes the shape, material and finish to keep the user informed of any physical limitations, thereby making it easy for engineers and non-technical people to design parts quickly and easily.
A 3D preview spins the object around on the user's screen to visualize the final part before ordering. From the customer's screen to the customer's door, eMachineShop takes care of everything totally transparently.
eMachineShop currently offers CNC milling, turning, punching, blanking, laser cutting, plastic extrusion, thermoforming, tapping, bending, water jet cutting, wire EDM and injection molding.
eMachineShop is a subsidiary of Micro Logic, a privately held technology organization located at 666 Godwin Avenue, Midland Park, NJ 07432. Telephone 201-447-9120.
Web site: http://www.emachineshop.com.
For further information contact: George Ure Email Contact 201-447-9120 ext. 116 or Steven Swartz Steven Swartz Public Relations Email Contact 978-524-9595