Capital Machine builders and/or customers featured in recognized industry publications.

26 05, 2021

How an OMAX waterjet brings characters to life

2021-05-27T14:50:26+00:00Articles|

The May edition of The Fabricator, introduces readers to the world of animatronics, interactive characters and puppets that are brought to life with the help of the OMAX Maxiem 1530 waterjet cutting machine. This all takes place at Animax Designs, Nashville, TN, machine shop. James Hudak is the manager of the machine shop, with six [...]

4 03, 2021

Inside metal fabricating at NASA

2021-03-04T18:41:10+00:00Articles|

In the latest edition of The Fabricator, Dan Davis takes us into the world of metal fabricating at NASA with Spencer Wells, whose actual title is mechanical engineering technician, in the Prototype Development Laboratory (PDL) at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida.“We’re far from a production shop here,” Wells said. “We’re basically a one-stop shop [...]

25 08, 2020

Manufacturer of Aftermarket Truck Kits finds Bending Efficiency with New Press Brakes

2020-09-10T21:38:54+00:00Articles|

A customer of Capital Machine, Rough Country (one of the nation’s largest sellers of lift kits and suspension products for utility vehicles and trucks in the U.S.), sought out the assistance of our Sales Engineer, Jeff Price. They found themselves in a predicament; their press brakes were slowing down production. They had a large press [...]

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