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Complete machine shop with top of the line tools to get the job done. For more info call us today : (954) 561-6518
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VISTAR Machine Shop is a family owned and operated leading supplier of precision machined components to the aerospace, defense, medical and commercial industries.
VISTAR is a high precision machining job shop, specializing in aluminum, steel as well as non-metallic products.
We are able to fit our customers part requirements with the most reliable and capable material suppliers and finishers, which allows us to provide the highest quality parts with competitive rates.
VISTAR Machine Shop Inc. is located in the industrial area of Fort Lauderdale and provides complete fabricating services. Our address: 4170 NE 5 Ter. Oakland Park FL 33334
CNC MILLING, CNC TURNING, WELDING, LIGHT ASSAMBLY, FABRICATE, PRECISION GRINDING, PRECISION MACHINING, MANUAL TURNING AND MILING (TOOLROOM), TOOLMAKING, PRECISION MILLING, PRECISION TURNING, PRODUCTION CAPABILITIES. WE MAKE METAL PARTS , ALUMINUM PARTS, STAINLESS STEEL PARTS, PLASTIC PARTS, TOOLING, FIXTURING, TOOLS, JIGS, MARINE PARTS, AIRCRAFT FIXURES, AIRCRAFT TOOLS AND REVERSE ENGINEERING.
Our large scope of knowledgeable workforce allows us to provide parts from very close tolerance, very small parts to intermediate fixtures.
Our capability of handling all areas of part production and processing has resulted in ability to provide competitive quotations. With “total responsibility” we are able to maintain complete control of costs, quality control, and scheduling for “on-time” delivery.
We would be pleased to have an opportunity to quote your next job…. and show you what we can do for you!

Machine Shop Talk

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Our New Machines

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ABC of machining part 1.

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A Machinist is a person who uses machine tools to make or modify parts, primarily metal parts, a process known […]

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ABC of machining part 2.

July 31st, 2012|0 Comments

Threading: both standard and non-standard screw threads can be turned on a lathe using an […]

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Quality Control

July 31st, 2012|0 Comments

Our climate controlled inspection  room houses state-of-the-art final inspection equipment that is kept in calibration […]