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At Burton Precision, we want manufacturing to stand for creativity and freedom of design. With the ability to run parts from prototypes thru mass production, we’re ready for whatever challenge you throw our way.

Our customer-focused approach, expert team of engineers, and high-tech capabilities allow creativity to be your guide.  

Our technologies include:

  • Metal Binder Jet (DM SHOP)

  • Bound Metal Depsition (DM STUDIO 2)

  • CDLM Continuous Digital Light (ETEC ONE)

  • DLP Digital Light Processing (ETEC 8K)

  • Large Format FDM


Burton Precision offers cutting edge portable 3D measurement and analysis technologies that increase productivity. Through its expertise, Burton Precision helps companies from the manufacturing industry to seamlessly create, simulate, verify, and collaborate in 3D, significantly enhancing their turnaround times and profitability.

Our technologies include:

  • Laser Triangulation

  • White Light

  • Infrared

  • Photogrammetry

  • Optical Tracker

  • 3D Inspect Software

  • 3D Modeling Software

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We offer comprehensive CMM and a variety of inspection system solutions, including fixtures, software, sensors and service. Learn how Burton Precision bridge-type, shop floor, large & horizontal-arm CMMs meet your QA needs.

Our Technologies include:

  • CMM (Bridge, Gantry, Portable Arm

  • Vision Systems

  • Optical Measurement Systems

  • Precision Tools 

  • Renishaw Probing Systems and Renishaw Styli



Burton Precision's reverse engineering services team can quickly 3d scan small parts or large objects on or off-site to create CAD for prototypes and legacy parts.

3D scanning, reverse engineering is the process of taking an existing physical object and creating a 3D CAD model. The advantage of using a 3D scanner for this process is that it is much more accurate and faster than any manual measurement methods for complex parts. A basic rule of thumb is that if it’s difficult to measure using manual methods such as scales, tape measures, calipers and gauges then 3D scanning is the best method to use.

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