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No Matter the Size of Your Order
Bass Machining provides the highest level of courtesy and professionalism in many industries.
DrivenOur parts have driven hundreds of thousands of miles.
IndustrialCustom-built Parts Manufacturing
Things break. We build the parts to replace them.
Bass Has Your Back
Built strong to serve your market’s machining needs.
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Cutting-edge in CAD and design software from industry leaders, such as:
- PC Dmis
- Gibbs Cam
Using these state of the art applications allows us to create accurate solid models of your drawings and reverse engineer parts that you may no longer have current or accurate drawings of. Contact us for more information.
With 26+ CNC machines, Bass Machining has a wide envelope of operating parameters.
Vertical Mills X and Y Coordinates up to 32: x 64”
Horizontal Mills X and Y Coordinates up to 27” x 27”
Spindle speeds up to 15000 RPM’s
Turning lengths up to
Chuck Diameters up to 13”
Tool Changers up to 240 tools.
CNC Mills with up to 11 pallets.
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Bass Machining is currently in the process of obtaining their ISO9000 Quality Assurance Certification. The Quality Assurance Process for Bass Machining is detailed in the Bass Machining Quality Control Manual. Each Bass Machining employee is expected to know and adhere to all procedures outlined in the Quality Control Manual. This Manual is available to customers upon request and contractual negotiation. The Quality Control Manual is subject to revisions and amendments upon internal review as well as customer requirements. All Bass Machining clients will be notified of any revisions and amendments to the Manual after finalization.
The following is a high-level overview of some of the key Quality Assurance Procedures followed during the Bass Machining manufacturing process;
- Receiving Inspection
- Manufacturing Inspection
- First Piece Inspection
- In Process Inspection
- Final Machine Inspection
- Sampling Inspection
- Final Inspection
- Non-Conforming Material
- Recordation / Reporting
- Board Review
- Waiver Requests
- Corrective Action
- Corrective Action Requisition
- Corrective Action Review
- Corrective Action Implementation
- Drawing / Change Controls
- Measuring and Test Equipment
- Environmental Controls
- Interval Calibration
- Tool Recall
- Calibration Procedures
- Storage and Handling
- Source Inspection
- Process Specification Controls
- Vendor / Subcontractor Control
- Packaging and Shipping
The Quality Assurance equipment consists of the following;
- Brown & Sharpe Global Silver Classic Edition (PC DMIS Software)
- Zeiss Eclipse (Vsoft Software)
- Mitutoyo Optical Comparator (Model PH-A14)
- Brown and Sharpe tool makers microscope
- Reverse Modeling Capability
- Bore Gages
- Micrometer Gages
- Vernier Gages
- Dial Indicators
- Thread Gages
- Pin Gages
- Thread Wires
- Surface Plates
- Gage Blocks
Bass Machining fabricates a multitude of materials for a variety of different clients and industries.
Some of the more extensive contracts include production for the United States Military including the Army and Navy, Power Transmission, Box Machines, Medical Industry, Emergency Equipment, Transit Industry, Fire Arms Manufacturing, and Aero Space, including Goddard and NASA.
Bass Has Your Back
Built strong to serve your market’s needs.
Family owned and operated manufacturer of metal parts and assemblies, the Bass family has worked in the Machining Industry for 27 years. James Bass, owner and President of Bass Machining, founded the Baltimore based Corporation in 1997. Prior to Bass Machining, James partnered and operated another local Machining Company for 15 years.
“At Bass Machining, we pride ourselves in versatility. Our willingness to undertake any project, producing cost-effective, quality solutions for our customers has attributed to our growth and success. Our years of experience have enabled us to diversify our manufacturing, which is not limited to any specific metal or non-metal. Our team doesn’t like to think of ourselves as specializing in one thing, yet having the ability to do most all things. We will manufacture 1 piece products to 100,000 piece projects.”
Jim Bass, President
Bass Machining currently employees 15 people, with a manufacturing floor consisting of 27 machines. We recently moved from a 6,000 square foot building to a 15,000 square foot building to accommodate for larger scale contracts. With the new building, Bass Machining is dedicated to continuing the growth of our Business.
It’s the People Who Make Us
Providing livelihoods for our highly trained team.
We would welcome your confidential resume with cover-letter expressing your career interests and preferences. If your qualifications match the requirements of a current job opening, you will be given prompt consideration. If there are no current job openings that match your qualifications, we will advise you accordingly and your resume information will remain on file.