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Committed to delivering the latest in technology and high-quality service for over 30 years
Capital Machine Technologies, Inc. (CMT) was established in 1984, Tampa, FL and founded on the principle of helping clients produce quality products in the competitive metal fabrication markets. CMT’s operations progressively expanded to service the entire south with additional showrooms in Atlanta, GA, and Dallas, TX.
Capital’s most recent expansion includes Virginia and the Carolinas. A quality staff has been put in place, consisting of several experienced team members, with additional new members being added to the team.
Capital’s Service Department also continues to grow, with new members in the field plus the office for customer phone support. We also offer an online Service Request form to help expedite your service needs. These steps are key factors why the industries’ leading machine tool builders recognize the value of Capital’s quality team and the pursuit of excellence. Capital also fulfills Parts orders, simply fill out the form and submit. A Parts Representative will be in touch with you within the same business day!
Capital’s subsidiary, Capital Robotics, resides in the Atlanta Technology Center. The new additions to that staff include welding engineers, application engineers, and service engineers. Capital Robotics offers the modular Fusion Arc welding cells, in-house training classes, an abundant inventory of consumables and robotic welding parts. Training classes are taught by certified welding and application engineers.
CMT and Capital Robotics both offer at no cost to you an onsite process-analysis. To find out more and to schedule an on-site visit by one of our Sales Engineers, please call 1-800-635-7777, and we will be more than happy to assist you. Please see the video library we have created for you below. The library is organized by metal fabrication process and the builder(s) for that process.