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Company Profile

Class 3 Components was established in 2012 to serve as a CNC machining division for a local manufacturing company. The company required high quality components, readily available for timely fabrication and delivery. However they continued to come up against poor quality and untimely delivery when trying to rely on outside machine shops. Realizing the need to reverse this negative trend, they identified the need to control production down to the CNC machining. This would ensure the same customer service excellence being provided in other areas of the firm’s manufacturing processes.

Class 3 Components invested in top-of-the line, fully automated CNC lathe machines. The company hired skilled programmers who had gone through extensive training for CNC Machining. They developed a quality production process for the production of precision machining and began manufacturing in-house in January of 2012.

As word got out that Class 3 Components was delivering quality products, requests for manufacturing custom parts on their CNC machines began to increase. Partners of the firm saw the opportunity to offer more services directly through marketing and selling directly under the company name. In March of 2012, Class 3 Components began sales and marketing operations under its own brand, directly.

Our Vision

Our approach is to provide the highest level of customer service, quality and delivery in the industry. Our quality process for our CNC machine shop focuses on inspecting all parts. As a Baltimore Machine Shop, our goal is to provide fair value pricing for machining services based in USA.


Class 3 Components invested in top-of-the line, fully automated CNC lathe machines. The company hired skilled programmers who had gone through extensive training for CNC Machining. They developed a quality production process for the production of precision machining and began manufacturing in-house in January of 2012.

As word got out that Class 3 Components was delivering quality products, requests for manufacturing custom parts on their CNC machines began to increase. Partners of the firm saw the opportunity to offer more services directly through marketing and selling directly under the company name. In March of 2012, Class 3 Components began sales and marketing operations under its own brand, directly.