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Composite & plastic machining is the very core Franklin Fibre-Lamitex Corp.

We've been machining thermoplastics, thermosets and industrial laminates for over a century.
  • We machine thousands of fiberglass-reinforced industrial laminate & composite parts daily.
  • Complete CNC machining capabilities including saws, lathes, vertical machining centers, and 4th & 5th axis capabilities.
  • Low and high volume quantities are produced daily to our customers specifications.
  • Reverse engineering of custom fabricated parts is readily available.
  • Complete fabrication of carbon based composite materials.
  • Blanket order servicing from stock, multiple shift work, 24-hour delivery if needed.
  • Additional services include conditioning, polishing, painting, stamping, assembling and cleaning of parts.
  • Close tolerance work completed for small and large custom plastic parts.
  • Specializing in machining of G10 and other glass-epoxy based composites.
Since 1921, businesses worldwide have depended on Franklin for quality machined plastic parts. Our staff understands traditional and modern materials and applications. We pride ourselves on a reputation for cost-effective solutions and providing quality fabricated parts delivered on time.

We constantly improve and invest in our technical expertise and plastic fabricating capabilities to keep ahead of the ever-increasing demands of industry. Franklin can meet short lead time requirements for machined plastic parts because of excellent material supplier relationships, sensible inventories, a fast quote process and a commitment to our customers.
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