An overview of the company and its organization, products, services and capabilities.
Rockford-Ettco Procunier has an established reputation as the “go-to” organization for all drilling and tapping needs. Our brands: Rockford Drill Head, Ettco Machine Tool, Procunier and Universal Automatic have been serving American industry for 100 years with high quality, reliable and durable products . . . all American Made! The breadth of our product offering from single spindle self reversing tapping heads to customized fully automatic drilling and tapping machines is unsurpassed.
Our off-the-shelf family of tapping products, Procunier, celebrates it’s 100th year in 2012. These time tested products continue to provide our customers with an affordable means to achieve quality tapped holes. The same engineering and quality manufacturing methods are applied to our custom made machinery. REP’s engineering team employs cutting edge technology utilizing PLC controls, touch screen operator interfaces, 100 percent visual inspection systems, broken tool detectors and precision servo drive heads. Our team is capable of handling the most difficult high volume parts in a variety of materials to provide our customers with an easy to operate, easy to setup turn-key solution, including part fixturing and inspection.
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Rockford Ettco Procunier
304 Winston Creek Parkway
Lakeland, FL 33810
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