Zeyon recently reopened our machine shop for the first time in 25 years.
Instead of storing machines that take up space and add no value to us or our customers, we decided to put them to work. We have found that the old workhorse machining equipment was well worth the investment to refurbish. That’s why we cleaned them up, gave them serious maintenance and overhaul, and got them working once again. These machines have been an invaluable resource for our in-house machining to reduce our customer lead times and add diversity to our capabilities. There is nothing retro about these hardworking machines. They have proven to be invaluable assets to our production and keep overhead costs down while improving deliveries.