North Easton Machine Co., Inc.
North Easton Machine is a precision machine components manufacturer serving a wide range of industries, from electronics and medical to defense. Our facility is a fast-paced and innovative workplace. Our incredible employees focus on solving engineering problems and delivering quality products that power advanced technologies and devices.
Address: 218 Elm Street
North Easton, Massachusetts 02356
Full Time Employees: 22
Year Founded: 1964
President: Jon E. Holbrook
North Easton Machine produces a variety of custom metal and plastic parts from pins, screws and pistons, to rods, covers, plates and blocks. Our products are used in operating rooms, airplanes, automobiles, defense missiles and oil/gas exploration. We have developed a tire deflator used for off-roading in sand or mud.
We supply engineers and manufacturing companies from around the world. Our top five customer categories are electronics, oil and gas exploration, hydraulic/pneumatics, medical device and defense. We are registered with the Department of Defense (ITAR) and quality certified (ISO).
People are our greatest asset. We are always looking for individuals with mechanical abilities who thrive on accomplishing goals. We employ CNC operators, machinists and programmers at every career level; as well as quality technicians,
material handlers, shipping and receiving staff. Office positions include administrative support, purchasing and accounting.
North Easton Machine offers a competitive benefits package and hires both full and part-time.
Yes, we offer paid college and high school internship opportunities for students enrolled in engineering, advanced manufacturing, and machine tool technology programs. Our interns gain valuable work experience and have the opportunity to grow into full-time roles with the company. Contact Paula Martel, HR Manager at PMartel@NorthEastonMachine.com
North Easton Machine works with area community colleges, universities, academic and vocational high schools and the Easton Children’s Museum to advance lifelong learning and STEM literacy in students of all ages.