What is your shop’s typical lead time?

Our standard lead time is 2–4 weeks. Our lead times are flexible, typically ranging from 1 day to 4 weeks, depending on the requirements and urgency level of a job.

Clients can select one of the following lead time options:

  • Standard: 2–4 weeks
  • Rush: 3 days–1 week
  • Emergency: 1–2 days
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What materials can you machine?

We machine a variety of metals and plastics.


  • Aluminum
  • Mild steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Tool steel
  • Titanium
  • Brass


  • ABS
  • Acetal
  • Acrylic
  • CPVC
  • HDPE
  • Metal detectable
  • Nylon
  • PEEK
  • PET
  • PETG
  • PFA
  • Phenolic
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polypropylene
  • PPS
  • PTFE
  • PVC
  • PPE (Tecanyl MT)
  • Polystyrene
  • Rulon
  • UHMW

What materials can you fabricate?

We fabricate steel, stainless steel, and aluminum parts.

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Do you do short, medium, and long production runs?

Yes, we have the capacity to make between 1–2,000 parts in one run.

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Will you manufacture a single part?

Yes, we manufacture single parts, single OEM replacement parts, and prototypes.

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What types of OEM (aftermarket) replacement parts do you make?

We make Continental, FMC, Angelus, & Blemaf OEM replacement parts.

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Do you make prototypes?

Yes, we manufacture prototype parts and help inventors fine-tune their designs.

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How much will machining my part cost?

The cost of your parts will depend on how quickly you need them manufactured, the service(s) you need (prototyping, production, single-part manufacturing, or OEM replacement parts), how much time it will take to manufacture the part, the quantity, and the overhead of your required materials.

Every situation will be different. Still, in general:

  • Larger quantities of parts tend to be more cost effective.
  • Rush and emergency work requires an additional fee.
  • Parts that take a shorter time to manufacture may be less expensive.
  • Parts made from less expensive materials tend to be less expensive.
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Which industries do you serve?

We serve a wide range of industries, including but not limited to: food & beverage, construction, sporting goods, and web processing.

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Do you finish parts or offer any secondary operations?

Yes, we ensure parts are ready to use with our standard, 64Ra–4Ra finish. We also offer more finishing options, such as polishing and plating, in-house and through trusted vendors.

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Can you create a 3-D CAD model?

Yes, if you don’t have a CAD model for a part, we can make one from a sketch, blueprint, example part, or idea.

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Can you reverse-engineer a part?

Yes, if you don’t have prints for a part, we can reverse-engineer and replicate an example.

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What are your machining tolerances?

  • General machining tolerance: ( +/- 0.005")
  • Precision tolerance capacity: (+/-.0002”)

What is your standard finish for machining?

Standard finish: 64Ra–4Ra

What types of corrosion-preventative finishes are available?

We offer chrome plating, nickel plating, anodization, black oxide, and heat-treating through trusted vendors.

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Do you assemble parts?

Yes, we assemble multi-component parts and machines.

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Is a nondisclosure agreement required to do business with Superior One Solutions, LLC?

No, an NDA is not required.

How do I get a quote?

Submit the form on our contact us page here, give us a call at 1-(608)-635-0166, email us at sales@superior1solutions.com, or visit us in person at Superior One Solutions LLC, 605 N US HWY 51, Poynette, WI 53955-8978.

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How long does it take to get a quote?

Typically, you can get a quote in 1 day.

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Can I use my own material for parts?

Yes, but we prefer to source the material ourselves.

What are the advantages of a CNC machine vs. a manual mill?

CNC machines automate the milling process with computer programs, allowing the machine to follow these instructions with minimal human supervision. This can make production faster and more consistent, efficient, and cost-effective.

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