Frequently Asked Questions

We get questions from our customers all the time. Checking out the FAQs below is a great place to find answers.

What information do you need in order to supply a quote?

Providing us with print, model, quantity, and quality requirements will allow us to supply you with a quote.

What type of companies do you usually do work for?
We primarily serve medical device, space, and other companies requiring high-end machining work.
What is your typical part size?

Usually about the size of a tennis ball. However, we produce parts that are quite small all the way up to the size of a pizza box or a basketball.

What tolerances do you usually see?
We frequently see tolerances of ±0.0002”, depending on feature and feature size. Typical tolerances are generally in the area of ±0.002”.
Are certifications included in the price?
A Certificate of Conformance is included. If additional inspection reports are required, please provide this info during the request for a quote and this will be built in, as well.
Do you do assembly?
We frequently assemble medical devices and deliver in a ready-to-use condition.
What are your typical lot sizes?
Lot sizes range from a single part to lots of ~200.
Do you ship?
Yes. We serve companies all over the U.S.
Do you repair parts?
No. We do not offer repairs of existing parts.
What forms of payment do you accept?

Payments are typically net 30 through the issuance of a purchase order. We do not accept personal checks or credit cards.

Do you only produce parts for companies?
Yes. Ingram Machining was founded to serve high-end manufacturing companies that require complex, precision-machined parts. We do not offer parts or services to individuals.
What are your hours of operation?
Our hours of operation are 7 am – 5 pm, Monday through Friday.
Is Ingram Machining designated as a Small Business?

Yes, we are considered a small business for the purposes of procurement and government contracts.

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Call or email and we’d be happy to answer any questions you might have.

Monday to Friday, 8am – 5pm

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