About Us

Source Industries Machining is a CNC Machine shop in Hastings Michigan and was founded in 2015 by Ron Solmes. With 21 years experience in the Tool and Die Industry Ron noticed the need for a machining source that could consistently provide a high quality product and excellent customer service. Thus SIM was born. Here at SIM each of our customers is unique in their own way and has their own set of requirements and challenges.  We strive to be the link that allows our customers to seamlessly meet their day to day demands with ease. With a customer base that spans Aerospace, Agriculture, Automotive, Beverage, Furniture,  and Defense we are determined to stay as diversified as possible. Here at Source Industries Machining every customer is a valuable part of our own success and our motto is every Customer, every Part, every Time!

Source Industries Machining utilizes the latest in tooling and software technology to offer their customers the highest quality parts at the best price.  With spindle speeds of up to 14,000 RPM and a 10,000 line look ahead we are able to provide anything from standard 2D machining up to the most complex of 3D shapes.

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Source Industries Machining uses Visi Cad/Cam Software which utilizes the latest in design and machining technology. VISI is acknowledged as one of the world’s leading PC based CAD / CAM solutions for the Mold & Die industries. It offers a unique combination of applications, fully integrated wireframe, surface and solid modeling, comprehensive 2D, 3D and 5 axis machining strategies with dedicated high speed routines.

VISI can work directly with Parasolid, IGES, CATIA V5, Pro-E, Siemens NX, STEP, SolidWorks, Solid Edge, ACIS, DXF, DWG, STL and VDA files. Due to the extensive selection of interfaces, the VISI user can work with almost any customer or supplier. The ability to skip damaged records during import gives the user a tool that can handle damaged data as well as possible. With very large amounts of data can be easily handled. Functions for the kinematic simulation of tool movements and the creation of assembly sequences are already available in the basic system.

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