Davenport Machine

167 Ames St.
Rochester, NY 14611 US

Division
Brinkman Int'l Group

A Message from Davenport Machine

Company Profile

Davenport Machine Tool Company was founded in 1894 by Mr.

A Profile Of Productivity

The medical and dental industries are a perfect fit for small parts production on a Davenport.

A Profile Of Productivity

Approximately one third of all screw machine parts produced in the United States are used in the assembly of automobiles or other segments of the automotive industry.

A Profile Of Productivity

Davenport is a proven machine in the defense industry.

As Seen In Modern Machine Shop

Noise Reduction Kit for Spindle and Drive Gears
Davenport’s noise reduction kit aims to lower the decibel of a Davenport Machine by as much as 10 percent, the company says.

High Precision Head as a Replacement Part
The company’s high precision (HP) head is now available for purchase as a replacement part.

Multi-Spindle Features Improved Usability, Maintenance
To meet the evolving demands of high speed machining, Davenport Machine’s enhanced Davenport HP focuses on usability and maintenance. For easier interaction, the Man Machine Interface (MMI) is mounted on a waist-high pendant system that allows the operator to use the interface at the front, end or back of the machine. The sound enclosure has more windows, which increase visibility while the machine is running.

The Case For Quick Change On Multi-Spindles
Even in the world of long-running, high-volume production on cam-driven automatics, quick-change tooling makes sense.

Can This New CNC Multispindle Work For Your Shop?
A century-old builder believes their new CNC machine extends multispindle processing technology to include any production turning shop.

Product Categories of Davenport Machine

Cams for Multi-Spindle Machines
Cam-Type Multi-Spindle Screw Machines - New Equipment
Cam-Type Multi-Spindle Screw Machines - Used Equipment
CNC Multi-Spindle Screw Machines - New Equipment
Consulting Services
Cut-off Attachments
Maintenance & Repair
Pick-off Attachments
Replacement Parts/Repair Parts
Retrofitting, Rebuilding, Remanufacturing Services
Shaving Attachments
Shaving Tools
Slotting Attachments
Spindles
Trade Associations, Societies, Governmental Agencies
Training of All Types, Including Audiovisual/Internet

Trade Names

Davenport
Davenport HP
Model B

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Automotive

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Approximately one third of all screw machine parts produced in the United States are used in the assembly of automobiles or other segments of the automotive industry. Here we show an assortment of Davenport-made parts including flow valves for shock absorbers, needle valves for carburetors, and tire valve inserts. A wide range of components for diesel engines and spark plugs can also be produced on the Davenport.

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Dental

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The medical and dental industries are a perfect fit for small parts production on a Davenport. The tool die pin, used by dentists, stabilizes false teeth in dentures.

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Company Profile

Davenport Machine Tool Company was founded in 1894 by Mr. William Simeon Davenport in New Bedford, Mass. Initially producing clock pinion turning machines, the company progressed into the manufacture of intricate multiple spindle automatic bar machines. Mr. Davenport filed Davenport Machine as a corporation in 1919. As the business grew, the company began searching for a more central geographic location between the strong Midwestern and New England markets of the time. Later that year, the company established its new headquarters at its present location in Rochester, New York.

From the beginning, Davenport invention revolutionized screw machine technology. The remarkable 5-spindle Model B became a legend. The respected Davenport name embraces an ever-growing spectrum of finely engineered products and Brinkman International is committed to the industry. Davenport innovation will continue to make history for another 100 years.

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Defense

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Davenport is a proven machine in the defense industry. It is used to machine bullet cores, striker and firing pins, and arsenal caps for our nation’s security. An example shown of a time relay body is fabricated on the Davenport with the use of a special attachment designed specifically for this application.