United Precision Services

Phone: 513-851-6900
Fax: 513-851-6904

Please visit: United Precision Services

Mailing Address:
11180 Southland Rd.
Cincinnati, OH 45240 US

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Company Profile

United Precision Services is a machine tool distributor that imports large metal cutting machinery for the North American market. Our focus is on the complete customer support for large machining requirements with resources for: - Sales - Service & Parts - Training - Test cuts, Turnkey Engineering & Contract machining

Product Categories of United Precision Services

  • Boring Machines
  • Facing Tools/Heads
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Horizontal Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis
  • Indexers & Rotary Tables
  • Maintenance & Repair Services
  • Milling Heads/Attachments
  • Replacement Parts/Repair Parts
  • Retrofitting, Rebuilding, Remanufacturing Services
  • Turn/Mill Machines, CNC
  • Turning Centers, Vertical, CNC
  • Universal Machining Centers
  • Vertical Machining Centers, Five-Axis
  • Vertical Machining Centers, Up to Four-Axis

Trade Names

  • BOST
  • Heidenhain
  • Ibarmia
  • MTE
  • Sempuco

As seen in MMS

More Than Big Machines
This shop specializes in very large components such as rotor hubs and support bases for wind turbines. Its lineup of large horizontal boring mills can handle parts weighing 40,000 pounds and 12 feet on a side. However, the shop’s success also lies in other manufacturing resources and strategies. These include material handling equipment, customized tooling, special fixtures and wireless, portable measuring systems.

A Machine Designed With Contract Shops In Mind
This five-axis, moving-column machine features a table configuration allows C-axis rotation of small- to medium-sized parts as well as fixturing of very long workpieces.

The Hole Business
It's generally acknowledged that making holes is by far the most common metalworking operation. So how does a shop find a way to carve a niche for itself applying such a common process as hole making? This Ohio job shop has managed.