Midway Swiss Turn started in Smithville, Ohio in 1977 under the name General Tool Company. It was founded by James Rahz, who is now the current President of this family owned and operated company. It began with a single Bridgeport Milling machine in his garage, and now proudly houses a dozen machines in a 10,000 square foot facility. Among the newest machines are seven Swiss type CNC turning centers that eliminate secondary operations when making complex parts. The employees of Midway Swiss Turn have the combined experience of over 50 years in the machining trade.
Education is key to the business and as such, the company is proud to employ a Mechanical Engineering graduate of Akron University, as well as a graduate of the Akron Machining Institute. In addition, all operators and programmers have completed specialized training for the Swiss style CNC screw machine. Our experience combined with excellent education has created a one-of-a kind organization that runs quality parts while still maintaining the “small company” flexibility and atmosphere. As Midway Swiss Turn forges ahead in todays world, it is apparent the Quality Assurance is the key to producing superior parts. To help assure our customers receive the most accurate parts possible, Midway Swiss Turn is committed to quality assurance.