B&W Machine Co. Inc.

 71 North Gordon Street

 Elk Grove Village, IL 60007

 Phone: (847) 364-4500 Fax: (847) 364-4505

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We are a full service machine job shop that specializes in both CNC and Manual machines. Specializing in one and two parts up to thousands of parts. Here at B&W Machine our main goal is to help the customer create useful products from their ideas.  We can do a variety of special machine operations to help customers realize their goals. We also are a full service welding shop that can metalize, mig, tig, or braze.


  • Metallizing

  • Drilling & Tapping

  • Turning

  • Milling

  • CNC:

    Our CNC machining center is a 30" X 20" Y and 20" Z Machine

    Our CNC turning center has 50" centers and can turn up 12 7/8" round.


Full Service Welding Job Shop Specializing in one and two parts up to thousands of parts.

  • Tig Welding

    • In TIG welding, a tungsten electrode heats the metal you are welding and gas (most commonly Argon) protects the weld puddle from airborne contaminants. TIG welding produces clean, precise welds on any metal.

  • Mig Welding

    • Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) is frequently referred to as MIG welding.  MIG welding is a commonly used high deposition rate welding process.  Wire is continuously fed from a spool.  MIG welding is therefore referred to as a semiautomatic welding process.

  • Stick Welding

    • Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) is frequently referred to as stick or covered electrode welding.  Stick welding is among the most widely used welding processes. The flux covering the electrode melts during welding.  This forms the gas and slag to shield the arc and molten weld pool.  The slag must be chipped off the weld bead after welding. The flux also provides a method of adding scavengers, deoxidizers, and alloying elements to the weld metal.

  • Brazing

    • Brazing are joining processes where parts are joined without melting the base metals.


Metallizing is a commercial process in which a coating or layer of vaporized metal is sprayed onto a surface area to be remachined down to size. This is very useful for seal surfaces where you do not want to get any "air bubbles" that you might, if the surface was welded. It is also very helpful to metalize a bearing surface on a long shaft, because welding that same area could cause the shaft to bend. Below are some pictures of the process of metallizing  a shaft's bearing surface.  Pete Sr. is doing the metallizing.



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