iDEAL Technology Corporation Event

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Event Details

Facility Tour

October 7, 2016 8:00am - 11:00am

Invitation-Only Event

50515 Corporate Dr
Shelby charter Township, MI 48315

iDEAL Technology is proud to participate in Macomb County MFG Day coordinated by the county and the Macomb Intermediate School District.

For the past several years, students have enjoyed the overall iDEAL view of manufacturing in a small business.

Students will gain insight into our areas of specialty we provide to our customers:
Assembly Equipment, CNC Machining Services, Check Fixtures, Design & Engineering, Rapid Prototypes
We also provide several hands on demonstrations in these areas.

Dress is casual with closed shoes & glasses must be worn in our manufacturing facility.
NO CELL PHONES are allowed on the tour.

Students & teachers are amazed at the wonders of manufacturing and its applications.

iDEAL looks forward to Manufacturing Day 2016!

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Dawn Krystek

About iDEAL Technology Corporation

iDEAL strives to offer innovative tooling solutions to conventional methods. By utilizing multi-axis machining we are able to provide custom CNC parts out of multiple grades of aluminum, steel, bronze, brass, different grades of raw material, epoxy, urethane, foam boards of varying densities finished to our customer's specifications. iDEAL also provides automated cells for assembly equipment which can be manual or integrated into electronic controls to provide automated workstations for quality assurance. Our newest SLA printer is growing iDEAL's rapid prototyping business. Build platforms limit the part size, but iDEAL's proprietary bonding process allows for parts of any size to come to life. iDEAL can grow or build your details quickly and affordably. SLA parts can be realistically fabricated into check fixtures and assembly equipment with a variety of materials to achieve our customer's final part. For endless possibilities visit