About Us


Just like our customers, we started as an idea. This concept was a company which provides precision manufactured components, designed and engineered by professionals. Produced by experts and used by all. Done with integrity, ingenuity and creativity.

The Founders are two neighbors that happen to be on the opposite ends of the product development spectrum, inventor and developer. They knew that between the both of them there was a better way. This idea, was soon to become Mammoth Machine + Design.

Our Vision

Innovate the industry through use of automation, novel methods and a diverse team of experienced, creative individuals.


Mammoth Machine + Design offers high quality, precision engineered dedication to provide a smooth transition to the future though our automation, product development and engineering design work. Our dynamic and flexible culture at Mammoth provides a nurturing environment for productivity and ingenuity to flourish.



The extra wide scan stripe and fast frame rate boosts productivity by increasing coverage and reducing scanning time.
Intricate components can be captured in fine detail as a result of the 2,000 actual points per scanline the new blue laser featuring noise reduction technology.
Seamlessly scan across diverse surface materials regardless of contrast, reflectivity or part complexity without any special coatings as a result of the improved HDR (High Dynamic Range) Mode and advanced software algorithms.
Reliable, repeatable and highly accurate measurement data is delivered with confidence as a result of superior optical performance.

Recommended: 0.4 mm
A supported wall is one that is connected to other walls on two or more sides. A supported wall smaller than 0.4 mm may warp during the peel process.

Recommended: 0.6 mm
An unsupported wall is one that is connected to other walls on fewer than two sides. An unsupported wall that is smaller than 0.6 mm may warp or detach from the model during printing.

Recommended: 1.0 mm
An overhang refers to a part of the model that sticks out horizontally parallel to the build platform. Printing such features without supports is discouraged, as the layers cannot maintain their structure. Horizontal overhangs will be slightly deformed beyond 1 mm and become increasingly deformed as the length of the overhang increases. You can turn on “internal supports” in PreForm to ensure your overhangs are supported.

Recommended: 21 mm
(5 mm width × 3 mm thick)
A span is the distance between two intermediate supports of a structure. While printing horizontal spans is discouraged, certain geometries print well. For a 5 mm wide and 3 mm thick beam, spans longer than 21 mm are likely to fail. Wider beams must be kept shorter to avoid breaking during the peeling process.


We are a company focused on innovation. We have developed a process using state of the art CNC manufacturing and CMM equipment to manufacture complex precision parts from any material with no documentation and no data. We call our service part-to-part manufacturing and we are quickly growing as industry leaders in MRO machined replacement parts.


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