April 15, 2009, Eagle Machine Tool Corporation announced the purchase of the assets of Tree Machine Tool Co., formerly located in Franklin, Wisconsin. Tree Machine Tool has an installed base of some 1200+ machines in the United States. The purchase included all parts inventory, intellectual properties, customers and suppliers files.
July 19, 2009, Eagle Machine Tool Corporation announced the purchase of the assets of Tree Tech of Brookfield, Wisconsin. Tree Tech was formed to support software and firmware issues with the PC 2100/ A2100 CNC Control and closed with the passing of Dan Thorson, its owner. Ted Fleis, owner of Eagle Machine and Tree Machine Tool says, "We needed to bring together al the components of the former company, Tree Machine Tool. After going through the normal start up learning curve, we are committed to provide the needed turn around support required to keep the Tree Mills productive. It's great that we have 18 years of CNC retrofitting experience behind us."
If your Tree Machine is a vital part of your daily operation, it is important that the hard drive is cloned for backup. November 23, 2009 Eagle Machine Tool Corporation installs compact flash cards instead of hard drive for PC2100 controls which is estimated to last 50 times longer then the traditional hard drive. Did you know that the hard drive is installed vertically instead of the normal horizontal position in the PC 2100 / A2100?
We also have a 400 watt power supply to replace the existing 250 watt power supply in your PC 2100 / A2100 control.
Eagle Machine Tool Corporation will continue to provide leading edge automation technology services, including CNC, motion, laser calibration, mechanical and custom solutions to our customers. We will build and grow our business with a commitment of excellence through trust, honesty, integrity, coupled with communication, leadership, and maturity by all employees.
This is our 8,000 sq. ft. facility in Norton Shores, Michigan. The 5,000 square foot builiding was built in 1995 and features two concrete machine pads and a 5 ton overhead crane that runs the length of the building. In 2013, additional 3,000 sq. ft. was added to the building.