Engineering & Tooling
Our experienced designers all have exceptional design flexibility, ultimately increasing function-ability while reducing your overall cost, and our Engineering staff is uniquely talented at bringing these concepts to fruition.
E&C is your developmental partner, and our engineers are your resource for success. Let our Engineering and Design staff improve your aesthetics, while improving function and cost ratios. Working together is so much better, and please do not hesitate to ask for a 3D Prototype!
With over 40 years of extrusion tooling experience, we can slash our competitors’ cost and lead times with ease. We understand that in today’s market, customers need tooling turned around quickly and cost effectively… let E&C show you how we can do just that! E&C performs all tooling modifications in-house, so our quality is always guaranteed by simply controlling each step of the process internally. Over 4,500 sq. feet of modernized tool room equipment which includes multiple 4-axis Wire EDM and CNC machines will be sure to impress. Request a quote and see for yourself!
Great company to work with! I was surprised with how fast they were able to fulfill my order. Their communication was also impeccable. Highly recommend!
Phenomenal company, I gave them the specs I needed for a display, they did all the custom tooling and put out a great product really quick for a price better than their competitors, will use them again in the future.
Eric and Chris are amazing. Quick tooling and product lead times. Extremely satisfied with the entire process, and I would absolutely do business with them again!
Trust These Guys!
Chris and Eric are always making it happen for us. I am always giving them hard deadlines, but they always come through for our company. Love these guys, and would recommend no one else!
We simply continue to work with E&C because they are extremely easy to work with. From start to finish, they are always on point.
Family atmosphere coupled with the professionalism of a large corporation. Hard to find that these days, but explains why they have been in business so long. I will always continue to support American family manufacturing.