NEWINGTON - Diversified Manufacturing Technologies offers services such as white light imaging and additive manufacturing to make parts for individuals, small and large companies.
The business was created in 2016 and it has a goal of ensuring that their customers are among the most efficient and competitive in the industry. Diversified Manufacturing Technologies has one facility in Newington at 33 Alumni Road, and one in Middletown at 228 Carriage Crossing Lane.
Two of the technologies that are used the most at the company are metal 3-D printing and composite printing.
While the company works with customers in different businesses, the medical and dental industries are at the top of their list.
Andrew Tordanato, president of Diversified Manufacturing Technologies, said that over the last month, the company has received a large demand for medical products such as dental molds and sleep apnea devices. The company also makes parts for the aerospace industry.
The production services include injection molding, custom leather work and burning, custom wood work and burning, investment casting, cast urethane prototypes, custom stampings, metal injection molding, carbon fiber prototypes and more. The production department runs around 2,000 parts every month per customer. Molds generally take three to four weeks to be completely built, but in the meantime, other services such as printing are handled.
“There’s no downtime to building any parts,” Tordanato said.
Diversified manufacturing does not have any full-time employees but it has from three to four contractors between the two facilities.
Tordanato said that one of the biggest things in his company is the range of customers they can help. Some manufacturers can only make a part partially, however, at Diversified Manufacturing Technologies parts can be made from scratch, letting ideas and thoughts come to life.
The company works mainly with businesses in Connecticut and around New England, but it has worked with the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and Johnson Controls, which has facilities outside of Connecticut.
Selecting the correct technology and process is important at Diversified Manufacturing Technologies. Projects are evaluated step by step to determine which equipment is more adequate for the needs of each customer. Materials such as metals, plastics, carbon fiber, nylon and wax are used at the company depending on the requirements of each part.
At Diversified Manufacturing Technologies orders and supplies can be provided at the time the customer needs them.
“Let us be your emergency back-up supplier,” states the company website.
To learn more about Diversified Manufacturing Technologies visit www.divmfgtech.com .
Karla Santos can be reached at 860-801-5079 or email@example.com.