The simplest sense of the word toolroom implies merely storage. A broader use of the term includes a space where tools are made,
repaired, inventoried or kept track of, and distributed for use throughout the rest of a factory. This extension of sense reflects the
development of greater systemization in manufacturing. In engineering and manufacturing, a toolroom is everything related to
tool-and-die facilities and methods, in contrast to the factory floor and production line activity. The Miller Methods toolroom is at
the heart of our operations: including 6 CNC Machines, 3 CNC Lathes, 3 Spark Eroders, 5 Milling machines and a Wire sparker.
With state of the art measuring equipment all our projects are driven by concurrent CAD software
from design to finish.