Sigler Machine Company

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Sigler Machine Company is a family owned and operated business. It was founded in 1976, with a few lathes, a drill press and milling machine, in a barn in Princeton, MA. The first emphasis was on the wire industry which was prevalent in Worcester County. Sigler Machine went from part repair, to machine rebuild, to building new wire machinery. In the year 1976, the owner Larry Sigler even made a cannon for our country’s Bicentennial! 

As Sigler Machine grew, Larry and Sue Sigler knew they had to grow with the times. They rented a building in the Princeton Business Park, which was formerly an Antique Auto Museum. They added grinders, saws, more lathes and milling machines. They also expanded their customer base to all types of small companies and large companies.

They continued to make parts for the wire industry and also machine building industries, medical, computer, and automotive industries. In 1982, Larry even converted his motorcycle into a three wheeled sports car called the Sigler Cycle Car. With Larry’s engineering expertise, customers would also rely on him for research and development projects and new prototypes. In 1988 Sigler Machine Company purchased the first of many Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines. By the time they outgrew their facilities in Princeton, they had occupied three buildings, grew to a dozen employees and over one hundred customers. 

With the growing economy of the 1990’s, Larry and Sue were able to purchase property in their current location, 3 Northeast Blvd, Sterling, MA. and build a machine company to meet their present demands and future expectations. They constructed 7500 sq ft of space with a 10 ton overhead bay crane in order to machine larger work. They purchased several horizontal boring machines, one of which is also CNC, can handle parts 12’x 12’ x 12’, and made parts for the International Space Station. Because Sigler Machine can handle larger parts and weldments than most machine shops, yet keep the capacity to machine precise small parts, they have continued to grow. 

Today they are a progressive machine company with, not only, CNC horizontal boring mills and CNC milling machines, but CNC lathes, CNC Vertical Turret lathe, large saws and precise inspection and measuring equipment. They build machine parts for every industry imaginable and employ the most experienced machinists. Though they have grown in capacity, they are still a family business that keeps a very personal touch with its employees, customers and suppliers. They hope they can be of service to you!

Sigler Machine Co. Circa 1978
Sigler Machine Co. Circa 2012

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