Methods Machine Tools, Inc.

We import, customize, install, and support Precision CNC (Computer Numeric Control) machines and 3D Printers used in manufacturing. We also design and build custom automation solutions. We serve a variety of manufacturing industries such as automotive, aerospace, medical and dental, firearms, energy, defense, and many others.

Company Profile


Address: 65 Union Avenue
Sudbury, Massachusetts 01776

Full Time Employees: 340

Year Founded: 1958

President & CEO: Jerry Rex


MMT represents best in class CNC Machine Tools, 3D Printers, and Robotics from world-renowned builders such as Nakamura-Tome, Yasda, FANUC, Kiwa, VisionGauge, Markforged and more. Along with building and installing options and accessories, we also design and customize manufacturing solutions for our customers. Our state-of-the-art technology centers include machine tools, training facilities, spare parts, plus service and application engineering support.


Methods’ territory covers all of the United States, Canada, and Mexico and serves almost every size company, from small job shops building a variety of parts to large OEM manufacturers building products such as medical implants, automobiles, airplanes, and wind turbines. Our customers depend on us for leading edge high-precision machine tool and additive solutions, top-notch training and service, next day parts, and application expertise.

Careers/Job Opportunities

Our business is booming and we are currently looking to hire product managers, warehouse associates, outside sales, marketing, service, logistics, and automation and controls engineers along with various office roles.

Internship/Apprenticeship Program

Yes, as well as Co-op programs.
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Company Benefits

On the job training, competitive wage, salary, and benefits packages. 100% employer paid health insurance after five years of employment. Vacations, holidays, and employer match 401K. FSA, dental, short term and long term disability.

Environmental Awareness

Recycling programs for paper, cardboard, plastic, wood, and metal. Updated lighting and HVAC systems to be more efficient and use less environmentally harmful refrigerant. We have installed solar panels on our largest building in Sudbury, generating a half-megawatt of energy and plan for 1.5 megawatt array for our Precision Center in Acton.

Profile: Tom Dorman, Methods Machine Tools

Tom Dorman is in his second year interning for a local company – Methods Machine Tools Inc. in Sudbury.

“I work for the automation department, so we import robots and design and build automation to suit the needs of our customers,” Dorman said. “Robots are kind of my thing.”

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