About 3D Machine, Inc.

Established in 1996 3D Machine,Inc. is a premier CNC machining, Fabrication and Assembly company located in Goodland, Indiana. 3D Machine has grown in capability and size over the last two decades of operation. Through the years, we have remained focused on forming trusted partnerships with each of our customers to ensure we deliver maximum value in each project. Our approach to contract manufacturing and CNC machining is rooted in upholding the most demanding standards for quality and taking pride in every product we manufacture.

OUR QUALITY POLICIES

At 3D Machine, we offer comprehensive capabilities in contract manufacturing, CNC machining, milling, and turning, custom fabrication, and assembly. As a one-stop shop for our customers, we are pleased to take on projects of all sizes and scopes, from prototyping to full production. We are also able to offer some of the fastest turnaround times in the industry for efficient prototyping. Our goal is to do whatever it takes to serve our valued customers and to ensure their success.


Our company’s culture is to focus on continual improvement in every department and in all aspects of our business, and we rely on the proven principles in Lean Manufacturing and DMAIC to drive our processes. We have built a sterling reputation in our industry for our commitment to excellence, our responsiveness, the quality of our products, and our unmatched service.

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Our History

  • 1996: 3D Machine is Formed


    Brothers Tim and Dave Deno began in January of 1996 working nights and weekends to get their new company off of the ground. In June of 1996, Tim and Dave took 3D Machine into contract manufacturing full time, and their first CNC lathe was added in the Fall of 1996.

  • 2000: New Larger Facility


    In 2000, 3D Machine moved from our original 2,500 square foot facility at the edge of town to a 10,000 square foot facility downtown. The new facility was a portion of an empty manufacturing facility, which we renovated for our operations.

  • 2004: Added Manufacturing Space


    In 2004, 3D Machine purchased and renovated the two 6,000 square foot buildings adjacent to our main 10,000 foot facility, increasing our manufacturing space up to a total of 22,000 square feet.

  • 2007: New Building Purchase


    In 2007, we bought an empty 50,000 square foot building one block down the street from our facility, renovated it, and moved our production operations into it. We also reduced the size of our previous facility down to 18,000 square feet, and we continue to maintain it as a flex space for warehousing and additional production.

  • 2010: Lean Six Sigma Implementation


    Through a range of training programs and software additions, 3D Machine added Lean Six Sigma capabilities to develop a culture based on continual improvement in every facet of our operations.

  • 2013: Cofounder Dave Deno Retires


    At the end of 2013, Dave Deno, 3D Machine cofounder and brother of Vice President Tim Deno, retires after 17 years with the company. Dave’s duties were carefully redistributed to other key staff, enabling us to maintain our operational capabilities while streamlining our staff.

  • 2014: Swiss Turning and Streamlining


    In 2014, 3D Machine purchased our first swiss turning equipment, enabling us to add this valuable service to our suite of offerings. We also rearranged the machinery and tooling in our facility to reduce setup times, which has helped enable us to continue to hold our hourly shop rate steady since 2008.

  • 2015: ISO 9001:2008 Certification


    In December of 2015, 3D Machine officially received our ISO 9001:2008 certification based on standards set forth by the International Organization for Standardization. This certification validates our quality management systems and reinforces our place in the top tier of our industry.

  • 2015: 5-Axis Milling Capabilities


    With the addition of our new Haas VF-4 with Nikken trunnion, 3D Machine gains cutting-edge 5-axis machining and milling capabilities, enabling us to create complex curves and complicated components which we previously took much longer to produce or could not produce at all.

DISCOVER OUR NEWS AND EVENTS

As a leader in the contract manufacturing and CNC machining industries, we always have something new and exciting happening here at 3D Machine. Click below to visit our News & Events page for the very latest updates from our company and find out more about the upcoming events we are planning to attend.

News & Events

  • “You guys performed above and beyond to get this one done for us, and I am sure there will be other parts to follow soon. Thanks again for the good work.”

    - Rich Atlas Fibre Company
  • “Hats off to you for recommending 3D Machine to me for the machine work. They’ve done everything promised, did it well, and at a reasonable cost. They have also shipped parts all over the country and been very responsive to my needs. I would not hesitate to recommend them to anyone! I hope I have the opportunity to work with them again!”

    - John Adams Sealy Components
  • “Thank everyone for getting those parts to me so quickly. (M11083, M11118). I know we’ve asked for miracles a lot in the past few weeks (last few years??), but you’ve ensured our success in this project. The first Olympus II leaves for Australia Wednesday.”

    - Dave Purcell, Senior Development Engineer Pitney Bowes
  • “Thanks to everyone at 3D Machine that helped bring this piece together. Delivering this mockup ahead of schedule, with quality, only improves our chances of closing this project.”

    - Ken Smith, President ASI Limited

Our Facilities

Over the past two decades of operation, 3D Machine has grown and expanded steadily in size and capability. Our state-of-the-art facility in Goodland, Indiana comprises 68,000 total climate-controlled square feet, we have some of the most capable and cutting edge machinery available, and we are always adding new equipment and capabilities. Click below to learn more.

Facilities