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Rochester, NY was just named one of the “10 Underrated Hotbeds of American Innovation” by “Fast Company” magazine. Boasting an incredible 66 machine shops because of the prevalence of high-tech manufacturing in that area, Rochester is well able to support any kind of manufacturing and make any kind of part that an inventor or entrepreneur might be able to dream up.

One of the best is Exact Machining and Manufacturing, Inc., headed by CEO Daniel J. Bleier. Founded almost 14 years ago, the company's experience and attention to detail – as their name implies – makes them uniquely capable of producing parts matching the exacting standards of quality demanded by their clients. In fact, along with Exact Machinings’ two other business partners, Tim Bleier & Jay Pryor there is over 60 years of combined experience in manufacturing and machining to industrial standards.

The staff uses precise Computer Numerical Control (CNC) milling and machining, among other techniques, requiring operators to have significant math and computer skills for programming the machines. Exact's operators, experienced in short and long run CNC production, can make whatever the client needs, including industrial molds, special dies, tools and die sets, jigs and fixtures. They make these items from materials that range from engineering plastics with unique properties (Ultem 1000, Nylatron and Tecaform) to “tool steel” graded for specific customer applications.

“Our long-term plan is to stay a small manufacturing company that is able to give our customers exactly what they want,” noted Bleier.

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