Accuracy at the cutting edge

Wednesday, Oct. 11 Location Code
11:45am-3:30pm Hynes Center, Level 3, Room 313 WT/16



AccuRounds core capabilities include ability to machine highly complex components such as shafts, pins, bushings and valves with high tolerances as tight as microns. With 40+ years of experience serving multiple industries including medical/dental, aerospace, defense, semiconductor and emerging technology markets, AccuRounds is a trusted and experienced partner, supplying a high quality product at a competitive price. As an early adopter of lean, AccuRounds was at the forefront of the manufacturing industry since 1995 when it embarked on a quest to become a world class manufacturing operation. See how lean techniques and principles are applied throughout this organization. In 2006, AccuRounds received the Shingo Prize Northeast Silver Medallion, the first contract metalworking company in North America to do so. Since the award, reorganization into value streams utilizing a comprehensive lean management system has dramatically increased speed to market.


Founded in 1976, AccuRounds is a contract manufacturer that machines and assembles precision turned components. In the early days, the company operated cam Swiss screw machines. In 1979, the firm pioneered the use of CNC Swiss machines in their industry, mastering this machining technology long before it became common.

Restrictions / Requirements

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Non-adherence may exclude you from a tour.

  • Leather like closed-toe shoes (No high heels)
  • Long or short-sleeved shirt/blouse
  • Long pants (no shorts, skirts, dresses)