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AGSSG are offering a sample pack of parts displaying our capabilities. Your Sample pack will be shipped to you within a few days. 

We are an ISO Certified. We specialize in fast turn around precision components manufactured on the best and latest CNC machinery available. we can handle your production requirements. Our commitment is to produce quality on time parts to satisfy the needs of our customers. 

Materials we machine include, but are not limited to, brass, aluminum, Stainless Steel,and plastic. 

If you are interested we will quote on your custom parts. Visit our website for contact. We will quote to you according to your 3D and 2D drawing.

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