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Participating Companies

Featured Illinois Manufacturer:
AIM, Inc.
About Company   Addison, IL  

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AIM, Inc. manufactures multi-dimensional CNC wire bending equipment. Founded in 1992, AIM has grown to become the premier CNC wire bending machine manufacturer supplying customers worldwide.

 

The first product line was the AccuSpiral, a CNC wire forming machine used for production of spiral shapes primarily for HVAC fan guards. Since then, AIM has grown its product line to more than 65 models of 2D and 3D CNC wire benders, covering the whole range of available wire in the market. With technical sales representation in the US, Canada, Mexico, Europe, South America, and Asia, AIM is seeing unprecedented growth and acceptance of its entire line of equipment. AIM machines possess the fastest machine forming speeds in the market and a reputation for the best value and technical support.

 

AIM, Inc. manufactures state-of-the-art industrial equipment and accessories for the wire industry. The majority of our products are available for wire diameters from 2mm. (0.080") up to 16mm. (0.625"). All models are available with the standard, single stage bend tooling or Turret Head indexing tool changer for multiple bend radii capability. AccuForm Ultra Line high-speed benders perform at speeds equal to or exceeding four-slide machines and are available in both 2D and 3D versions. A double head bender line serves primarily the automotive industry for larger size products.

Products:

CNC wire bending equipment.

Contact Information:

Mr. Gus Goudis - Sales Manager

www.aimmachines.com

630-458-0008

 


From earth moving equipment to automobiles; medical devices to consumer products, Illinois is home to 20,000 manufacturers employing nearly 600,000 people. 

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