PTM, LLC can take your 3-D part model and create a die (single operation or progressive) or set of dies to produce a close tolerance part. Through years of experience in automotive interior trim dies, we have developed the ability to meet stringent aesthetic requirements.
PTM, LLC has produced molds for parts ranging from gaming dice to computer plugs to consumer make-up packaging. We can design and build molds to produce your part efficiently and effectively.
Precision Built Tools
PTM, LLC has built a wide variety of fixtures and gages for many different industries. Would a custom built tool improve your productivity? Contact us to make your idea a reality.
Is your mold or die no longer performing to specifications? Has the part design changed? Whether it needs a minor tweak or a major overhaul, PTM, LLC can get your tool performing properly again. We offer in-house repair welding and heat treating. We can work with short turn arounds during production shutdowns if needed.
PTM, LLC was founded in 1982. Our business is building tools; we want to help you be a highly competitive production stamping or molding company. With a long-term focus on growth and stability, our mission is to be a leading manufacturer in the tool and die industry. We will achieve this through our commitment to outstanding customer service, innovation, and dedicated employees. This will be accomplished in an environment of open communication, integrity, and mutual respect where every person is encouraged to go beyond what is expected. Profitability is a success only if the customer, the employees and the company benefit.
PTM is a company of about 25 people with a friendly, casual atmosphere. We have a bright, clean workplace. We provide a variety of benefits including medical, dental, 401(k), and profit sharing. Below are the current career opportunities with us.
Die and Mold Maker Apprentice
We are a Sponsor of Registered Apprenticeships through the State of Wisconsin and looking to hire someone with interest in becoming a future Tool and Die Maker Journey Worker. To be successful, a candidate must have strong mechanical aptitude, be comfortable with adding and subtracting fractions and decimals, be able to convert between metric and US customary measurements. A strong work ethic and willingness to learn are essential. There is substantial opportunity for growth in both wages and responsibility for an ambitious candidate.
If one of these career opportunities fits your experience and goals, please submit your resume via regular mail or fax, or by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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