Stillion Industries is a Machine Shop located in Dexter Michigan.
This full service machining facility opened its doors in 1972 serving the greater Washtenaw county area. Chuck Stillion sold the company to his son and the current owner, Keith Stillion in 2006. This company offers services ranging from one prototype part to long term production. Machine shop services include conventional machines: Milwaukee Horizontal, sigma gap lathe 22 x 27" with tracer, surface grinding, honing, production sawing, knee mills with digital readouts, OD grinding, cutter grinder. Machine centers capable of 4 axis: Haas VF4 machining center 50 x 20 x 24", Haas VF3 machining center 30 x 20x 20", Bridgeport TC4 Machining center 30 x 20 x 20". Turning centers, capacity to 15 inches with milling: Okuma LB-15 Turning center, 5C collet/chuck, Okuma LB 15BB Big Bore, 5C collet/chuck, Okuma LCC-15 turning center 4 axis and Bridgeport ROMI/turning center high speed.
Stillion Industries purchased Dexter Manufacturing in 2013 consolidating in their current location which is a company owned campus of 5 buildings totaling over 30,000 square feet. The company continued servicing previous clients as Dexter manufacturing and continues to build it's client base offering services to a variety of industries.
In 2019 Stillion Industries obtained Electro Arc Manufacturing co. which had been operating in the Ann Arbor area since the 1940s. The company founder Howard Stark patented the Electro Arc AC metal disintegrator in 1942 and were the first company to manufacture it commercially. Electro Arc manufacturing has a history of providing their portable metal disintegrators for use in submarines by the US Navy. Electro Arc metal disintegrators are made in the USA and have been sold internationally to assist customers in removing broken bolts, broken taps, broken drills, broken pins and more from their work pieces. As a result of this acquisition, Stillion Industries has added to its existing services production of the Electro Arc Metal disintegrator line of 40 + machines and the Ames portable hardness testers line. Ames portable Hardness testers are designed for checking the hardness of materials in the Rockwell scales. The Ames precision hardness tester is lightweight, hand held instrument that has a “y”configuration. Simple in appearance it is guaranteed to be accurate within +/-1 Rockwell point.