Lakewood Machine & Tool Inc specializes in precision manufacturing of aluminium and steel parts for industry.

We offer custom design and manufacturing services from first concept to final packaging in our 5000 ft2 facility in Newmarket, ON. Our components are currently in use in leading manufacturing facilities throughout North America, and we have been consistently producing high-quality parts since 1988. In house, we handle production runs ranging from one-off’s and prototyping, up to several thousand units.

We utilize CNC technology including vertical milling centres, wire EDM, and automated surface grinding. Parts manufactured range from high-visibility aluminium components, precision-manufactured steel components made to exacting tolerances, replacement die sections and custom punches for tooling, and machined brass components suitable for the utility industry. Anodizing, powder-coating, black oxide, non-destructive testing, and heat treating / hardening services are all available to your specifications through our supplier network.

For your tooling requirements, our die maintenance team offers quality workmanship with fast turnaround times in order to meet your production schedules and deadlines.

Contact Us
Lakewood Machine & Tool
1225 Gorham Street
Unit 28 Newmarket, Ontario
L3Y 8Y4

Telephone: (905) 853-6194
Fax: (905) 853-6741
Email: sales@lakewoodmachine.com
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  • A carbide 2flute 35 degree cutter we had custom madehellip
  • SAE ports up! These steel parts are lots of funhellip
  • It may be Friday but the week aint over yet!hellip
  • 6063 aluminum parts for days! These are all done insidehellip
  • A nice 232 lb piece of ductile iron in thehellip
  • And heres those ductile iron parts after two ops insidehellip
  • The things you do when you dont have an automatichellip
  • Disclaimer I get zero free tooling for talking about thesehellip
  • Had a great time yesterday taking an intro to parametrichellip
  • Some 6061 aluminum parts ready to head off for flathellip
  • Hard to get it to photograph well but the finishhellip