Frequently Asked Questions
How long has Omega Precision been in business?
Omega Precision was started in 1965 by Joe Venegas and has been in continuous operation ever since.
Is Omega Precision AS9100 Certified?
Yes. Omega Precision is certified to AS9100D, as well as approved to the requirements of D6-82479 and D6-51991. Download our AS9100D & ISO 9001:2015 Certificate.
Is Omega a Small Disadvantaged Business?
Yes. Omega Precision is certified as a Small Disadvantaged Business by the United States Small Business Administration. We are also Veteran Owned.
Where is Omega Precision located?
Omega Precision is located at 13040 Telegraph Road, Santa Fe Springs, CA 90670, approximately fifteen miles southeast of downtown Los Angeles, near the intersection of the 5 and 605 freeways.
How large is the Omega manufacturing facility?
Omega Precision has 16,000 square feet of climate controlled manufacturing space and thirty full-time employees.
Can Omega Precision do close-tolerance, complex precision machining?
Absolutely. Our reputation is built upon extremely close-tolerance and complicated machining…the kind that most other manufacturers do not want to do. At Omega, we are at our best with your most difficult and demanding work.
Does Omega machine castings and forgings?
Yes. We are very skilled at machining castings and forgings in a wide variety of materials and configurations. Many of the castings and forgings that we machine were headaches for our customers until they found Omega Precision.
Can Omega Precision machine thin-wall covers and sealing parts?
Yes. Omega has the expertise to machine the difficult contours and exacting surfaces required by covers and sealing surface parts. We also offer light assembly and bonding services.
What kinds of materials can Omega Precision Machine?
Omega Precision can machine aluminum, stainless steel, steels, titanium and super alloys.
Can Omega Precision work with customer models?
Yes. Omega Precision can work with customer models and is certified by Lockheed Martin and Boeing for use of reduced dimension drawings and digital product definitions.