About Us

A-Plus Machine serves a variety of industries including Die Casting, Paper, Forestry, Plastics, Recycling, Agriculture, and more. Our years of experience, large facility, and on-site capabilities have made us a clear choice for value and service.

40+ Years of Experience

Here at A Plus Machine, we have over four decades of experience serving a variety of industries. We provide machining and manufacturing services tailored to our customer’s needs, including new parts, repair old parts and reverse engineer obsoleted OEM parts. For instance, we have helped many companies get the parts they need by manufacturing them faster than the original manufacturer can deliver them. Our experience saves customers time and money.

We are conveniently located only 2.5 hours east of the Twin City area. At our facility, in Cornell, WI, we are capable of handling any size job, from large to small. We have a 30,000 square foot facility, 5 buildings, 5 acres, and some of the largest machining equipment in the area. This allows us ample space to do large machine tear downs and rebuilds. Our facilities allow us to take on large jobs that would normally be sent far away. The combination of location and space allows us to cut delivery time and save money for our customers.

When our customers need their machines back in production fast, they know who to call. That’s because A-Plus Machine offers on-site portable machining services at our customer’s facilities. We are equipped to perform milling, boring, t-slotting, platen machining, and more. We can save customers time and money relating to tear down, freight in & out, and reassembly time. By servicing our customers on-site they can be back in production as fast as possible.

From manufacturing custom machines to repairing component parts, A Plus Machine has the ability to see the job through from start to finish. That’s why our customers choose us – we are equipped with the knowledge to serve our customers in-house and on-site. 

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