The Rose Corporation offers large-scale, high precision machining services in the mid-Atlantic and East Coast regions.

The Rose Corporation uses our machining capacity as part of a complete turn-key manufacturing process and as a stand-alone service, providing customers the capacity and scale to complete their large components.

Machining is the process of removing material from a workpiece using power-driven machine tools to shape it into an intended design.

The Rose Corporation has the equipment necessary to machine your finished product to perfect precision. Metal removal, turning, grinding, and milling – you name it.

Some of our machining capabilities include:

  • Turning up to a 96-inch diameter
  • Horizontal milling on 7-inch spindle boring mills and planer milling up to 34-feet x 10-feet
  • Ability to work with high-quality carbon and stainless steel, titanium, cast iron, copper, aluminum, and alloys such as Inconel and Hastelloy
  • Overhead doors measuring 18-feet x 18-feet
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Large-Scale Machining


  • Plate shears; 1/2” x 16-feet
  • Plate rolls; 3/4” x 10’, minimum roll diameter: 6”
  • Angle rolls; 4” x 4” x 1/2” thick
  • Brake press; 325 ton
  • CNC hydraulic press; 200 ton with 10’ bed
  • CNC auto-feed saw (2); 18” x 24”
  • CNC burners (2); steel to 12” thick, stainless to 1” thick
  • Miter Saw: 18” x 24” automatic feed
  • Punch; up to 2-1/4” in 3/8” plate
  • Ingersoll planer mill; 120” x 34’ table
  • Gray planer; 72” x 72” x 36’
  • G & L horizontal boring mills (2); 7” spindle
  • G & L horizontal table-type CNC; 4” spindle
  • King vertical boring mill; 96”
  • King vertical boring mill; 65”
  • Cincinnati mill
  • Radial drill presses (3)
  • Bridgeport Series I
  • Mazac lathe; 12” x 40”
  • Warner & Swasey 3-A turret lathe; 21” chuck
  • Colchester lathe; 16” x 50”
Large-Scale Industrial Machining
The Rose Corporation Ingersoll Planer Mill