Precision Design Concepts is an engineering, design and manufacturing company located in Eden, North Carolina. Our focus is designing and manufacturing solutions that meet our customers’ needs, whether that consists of machining and fabricating parts from concept to finish or repairing a broken item to make it as new and functional again. We offer many services that include designing, machining, engineering, welding, sheet metal fabrication, assemblies and metal art. We were established to meet the needs of companies and individuals that need help bringing an idea to life.
Always keeping an eye on value, we continuously look for ways to reduce costs and help you stay competitive. Our unique people, equipment, and experience allow us to work in any industry requiring high-precision low-volume products. Precision Design Concepts has a simple philosophy: “we take care of our employees and our employees take care of our customers”. At Precision Design Concepts, we know manufacturing is about more than machines, it’s about people, especially you, our customer. We want to be your partner in business, not just your vendor. We believe in doing business the old-fashioned way with communication and personal relationships. No matter what your need, we are dedicated to helping you through the entire process and delivering you a quality product or service that exceeds expectations and makes a lasting impact.
I started the company in 2009 with the desire to keep alive a tradition of working with your hands and build something that will be a legacy for my family. Growing up, I had a few great role models who sparked my interest in metal work and entrepreneurship. My Grandfather was my first big role model and one that I still honor today. He was an entrepreneur himself, owning a dance hall, gas station and a working farm. He always kept a smile on his face and never forgot to save time for his family in spite of all of his responsibilities. He showed me that working with my hands was an important skill to learn, even as the world was changing. This is something I still value today. Another important role model was my employer at my first job working at a Nursery. I watched a man who had such a passion for serving other people and taking care of what he had. He worked countless hours to make his dream a reality, and I learned from him that it is important to never give up on a dream. Both of these men have long passed away, but I still keep their inspiration in my heart. I began this business as a tribute to them, to all their hard work, and so I could attain the same kind of joy and pride that I saw in them—the pride that comes from having something that is yours that can be a legacy for many years to come. It is also the pride that comes from sharing our gifts with others and educating them on the importance of doing what we love. I value working with my hands and am saddened that, with the rise of technology, many of the valuable skills that once required a person to use his/her own mind and hands to be creative, is changing. I realize that change is inevitable though and some change is beneficial to the continual evolution of the manufacturing world. With modern technology, we are now able to utilize different design software that allows us to use the mouse as a pen, to draw and design. Drawing designs with a mouse is still a process that takes time and requires a person to have a sharp eye and a skilled hand. Pairing modern and traditional machining techniques, I hope to pay tribute to the dying practice of working with manual machines while also embracing the benefits of newer technologies. It is my desire that my customers receive a product and service that exceeds their expectations and provides them with the high quality they deserve. We want to create an open dialogue with our customers that extends beyond just placing an order on a product and we want to provide them with an experience that they will remember.