Company Profile and Brief History
Snyder Industries was incorporated in North Tonawanda, New York in 1972. Since that time, the company has been a quality-oriented contracted supplier of machined components for the heavy equipment industry. Manufactures of equipment such as above and underground mining machinery, construction, and heavy earth moving machinery utilize our finished products.
Snyder Industries has always strived for continuous improvement. Examples being: the purchase and installation of the first CNC machine tool in Western New York (1978), the addition of a 30,000 square foot state of the art heat treat facility (1993), and ISO 9001 registration in July 2000.
In February 2006, Snyder Industries moved into a brand new 115,000 sq foot facility. The new facility is state-of-the-art, with 50 foot ceiling height, complete loading and shipping docks and high-tech internal communication network. The new facility has allowed Snyder to expand further with recent additions of the Mazak e-1060 and Mazak Ultra-650 machining centers (see Multi-Tasking Centers). Snyder also continues to operate it's heat treating facility, which combined with the new building totals over 145,000 sq feet of manufacturing space.
Today the company enjoys a strong relationship with its customers worldwide, and is dedicated to taking a proactive approach to the preservation of these partnerships.
Product Range and Services Provided
Snyder Industries utilizes state of the art equipment and processes in the manufacture of a wide variety of machined components. These components include: internal and external gears, planetary cages and housings, wheel units, drive shafts, haulage sprockets, bearing carriers, couplings and custom fabrication. Our CNC milling and turning equipment has a wide range of capabilities, ranging up to 53" outside diameter x 48" overall length x 6000 lbs. table weight.
In addition to machining, Snyder Industries utilizes in-house capabilities of several heat treatment and specialized metal treatment processes that may be required in the manufacture of a finished part. They include, quench and tempering, carburizing, induction hardening, gear hardening (utilizing the NATCO Intensifier method), shot peening, sandblasting and weld fabrication.
Trained, quality technicians in our laboratory facilities perform all process verification functions. These include: metallurgical analysis, Mil standard 13165-C shotpeening verification, ISO certified physical measurement testing, and gear charting.