Welcome To D&E Machine Company
D&E Machine Company is a machine shop specializing in low and high production runs, prototyping, new replacement parts for manufacturer’s equipment, repair work, complete machine building and machined quality fabrications.
Our specialty is our ability to find ways no one else has thought of to make your part, machine, fixture, prototype or idea come to life at a fraction of the cost and in less time.
Our team has more than 40 years’ experience in handling:
- Manufacture of OEM replacement parts you can’t buy any more.
- Prototyping for the automotive and robotics industries.
- Reverse engineering a part you need for industrial equipment.
- Specialty machining.
- CNC milling.
- Vertical milling.
- Machining and machining repair.
- Four-axis milling.
In 1971, D&E Machine Company was established when Dink & Etta Bennett (hence the name D&E) began machining parts in the one-car garage of their home on State Route 42 in Lebanon, Ohio. In 1985, as the business grew, they moved it to a 10,000 sq. ft. facility in Lebanon. Since December 2010, the company has been located in an industrial building just up the street from that earler facility. D&E Machine Company was purchased in 1990 by the current owners Kent & Kim Coomer. Kent worked for Dink & Etta many years prior to purchasing the company.
D & E has been my partner of choice for many of my projects. I trust D & E’s capabilities. I can convey to Kent exactly what I need done, and he’ll make it happen. D & E is a reliable shop and upholds a customer service standard that’s unparallel to any other shop I’ve entered.
Whenever D & E Machine Co.’s name comes up in conversation, honesty and integrity are the words most often used to describe them.
There are thousands of machine shops from Massachusetts to Ohio. However I wouldn’t want to deal with anyone but Kent and his skilled machinists at D & E Machine Co.
In the design and build industry you need a shop you can depend on for quality and delivery. D & E is just that kind of company. They are a valuable resource to my company.
I called D & E to manufacture a special base for our company. They let me know that I could buy a similar base from a catalog for a fraction of the cost which saved our company a good bit of money.
A customer of ours asked for a machine shop that makes quality parts and I gave him D & E’s name.