Ran-Tech upgraded our 3D printing capability this week by adding a Fortus 250. Ran-Tech has had great success previously creating forming tools, jigs, and fixtures in support of our production cells. This equipment speeds that process and increases accuracy. Undoubtedly the team has many "Skunkworks" Ideas for this additional machine.
Ran-Tech Engineering Aerospace is an Oregon Corporation founded in 1988 in Hillsboro, Oregon. In December 2002 Ran-Tech was acquired by William(Bill) and Susan Cannard. By immediately establishing a culture focused on quality and delivery performance the business grew and was relocated to a larger facility in Milwaukie, Oregon. In 2004, and in partnership with Bill and Susan, Jason Ball integrated his machining business, Ball Machine and Fabrication into Ran-Tech Engineering and Aerospace. Ran-Tech is a business built on Lean Principals and continues to practice 5s, Visual Workplace, and Kaizen as part of its corporate personality. With continuing emphasis on engineered solutions, utilizing the latest technologies, in both sheet metal and machining processes, as the backbone of world class quality and delivery performance, the business continued to grow. The Milwaukie facility now occupies 25,000 square feet across three buildings in a modern well equipped industrial park. In 2011 and 2012 Ran-Tech was presented the Supplier Performance Excellence Award from Boeing for having superior performance for a period of one or more years. Ran-Tech’s growth has come solely through its superb performance in both quality and delivery in addition to offering best-value pricing.
Ran-Tech Engineering Aerospace, Inc.
5516 SE International Way
Milwaukie, OR 97222