Frequently Asked Questions
How long have you been in business?
N&P Precision Machine was founded in 1997 by Walter Prodan and Danny Nguyen and has been in continuous operation ever since.
Where is N&P Precision Machine located?
We are located at 21426 Osborne Street, West Hills, California, in the northwest San Fernando Valley, approximately 25 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles.
Are you certified to ISO 9001 & AS9100?
Yes. Our facility is ISO 9001:2008 & AS9100C certified by Bureau Veritas.
Can N&P Precision Machine perform close-tolerance and complex, multi-axis machining?
Absolutely. We have extensive experience with close-tolerance and complex configurations, and we can hold lathe tolerances to ±.00015 and milling tolerances to .001 tru-position.
Do you machine castings and forgings, as well as solid stock?
Yes. We specialize in difficult-to-machine castings and forgings. At N&P Precision Machine we design and build all of our own workholding fixtures, working in close collaboration with our in-house CAD/CAM programming department. This teamwork approach maximizes production efficiency, minimizes the chance for costly machining errors, and allows us to deliver top quality components on time.
Does N&P Precision Machine have CAD/CAM Capabilities?
Yes. We offer full CAD/CAM services with the ability to translate all standard digital files and datasets.
Can you support Long-Term Purchasing Agreements and Just-In-Time delivery requirements?
Absolutely. N&P Precision Machine is experienced with JIT shipments in conjunction with our inventory services for long-term agreements. Contact us to learn more about our contract and delivery options.
Can N&P Precision Machine offer manufacturing advice during the design phase of a project?
Yes. We frequently work with customers during the design phase of a new project, and we are able to offer a wealth of manufacturing expertise in order to “design in” the manufacturability of components and assemblies.
Do you guarantee your products and services?
Yes. All N&P Precision Machine products are guaranteed to be in strict compliance with all applicable drawing specifications and contract requirements.