Specialty Engineering uses the best state-of-the-art equipment to create what you need. We do it right the first time, thanks to intense quality control and focus on perfection.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions about any of our equipment or capabilities.
Some of our featured equipment:


OKUMA MC60VA Vertical Machining Center
with OSP 5000MG Control 24″ x 60″ Table Travel


Mattison Rotary Grinder 72″ Swing


Agiecut Progress 3 Wire Cut CNC with Agievision Control 19.68″ x 13.78″ travel with 10.43″ max thickness


Flow Corp. Water Jet Machine Integrated Flying Bridge Model I6012 with 6′ x 12′ cutting area, up to 10″ thick

Water Jet Cutting
Vertical and Horizontal Milling
CNC Turning and Milling
Surface and Jig Grinding
EDM Wire Cutting
Press Capabilities up to
400 ton
Heat Treating done in-house
Portable Coordinate Measuring
(Faro Platinum 8’ accurate to +/- .0015”)

Design and CAM Software
Solid Works 2014
AutoCad 2002
MasterCam X6


Faro Platinum 8′ CMM accurate to +/- .0015″
At Specialty Engineering, it takes a combination of professional design engineers, skilled craftsmen and modern facilities and equipment to provide timely and quality responses to the needs of our customers.
We encourage you to contact us and schedule a time to meet our people and tour our facility so that you are better able to understand how dedicated we are to solving your tooling and automation needs. Remember, at Specialty Engineering, “We never intend to work for anybody one time.”
Specialty Engineering nailed it. We had a need for a custom progressive die, and they did it perfectly the first time, and delivered quick. They definitely know their stuff, and we recommend them to anyone needing a tough job done right.
-Matt M.
I have used Specialty Engineering several times through the years when looking for a special die or tooling. They are very knowledgeable when it comes to die making and were willing to work with me to find the most proficient and cost effective tooling I could get. I would not hesitate to call upon them again should the need arise.
Rick McMillian
Supervisor of Estimating
American Railcar Industries