IMD has an extensive background in components for the automotive manufacturing industry and is known for its quality services including:

  • Precision I.D./O.D Grinding
  • 3D CAD Design
  • Custom Machining
  • Grind-Plate-Grind
  • Machine Repair
  • Jigs and Fixtures

Innovative Machine and Design Technology is joining GTI Spindle’s Bloomington, Illinois facility. Grind-Plate-Grind capabilities in Bloomington enables GTI to provide faster turn around time for our customers by doing everything on-site. Integrating IMD into GTI Bloomington allows GTI to expand both our repair service offerings and manufacturing capabilities.

“An important part of our growth strategy is to provide as many services as we can in-house,” said Lisa Bailey-Beavers, VP of Sales. “IMD’s expertise will help us accelerate spindle repair and rebuild capabilities in the midwest. Having their capabilities within GTI allows us to exceed our customer’s expectations”

The acquisition of IMD brings both enhanced rebuilding and new manufacturing capabilities to GTI. Rebuilding of machine tool components includes but not limited to chucks, turrets and gear boxes. Manufacturing of spindle and machine tool components includes but not limited to: shafts, chucks, chuck parts, chuck jaws, machines assembles and parts, pulleys, specialty tools, quills, precision tooling, gages, specialty tool holders and many other components. IMD also brings complete reverse engineering capabilities to GTI.

About GTI Spindle
GTI Spindle Technology ( with locations in Manchester, NH, Bloomington, IL, Romulus, MI and Pontiac, IL offers a variety of services including failure analysis and corrective action programs, vibration analysis diagnostics and guaranteed cost savings programs. They inspect, repair and remanufacture spindles and other precision rotating assemblies including super precision high frequency, motorized, belt and gear driven spindles with emphasis on Japanese and European High Speed Machining Centers.

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