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Vineburg Machining, Inc.

The company was established in Sonoma, CA. in 1977. Today, VMI has expanded its production facility in Carson City, NV. to better serve their clients. What separates VMI from other machine shops is that we have over nine 5-Axis CNC milling machines and we are using robotics which will greatly improve overall efficiency and sophistication of machining processes.                                                                               
VMI has proven experience with multiple industries and sectors utilizing Kanban, Consignment, JIT and SOMI. At VMI embracing technology is a must, this is why we employ the use of sophisticated software that directs scheduling, in-house operations and tracking so that our clients can be updated on a moments notice.  Production demands require that we operate 3 shifts as well as weekends when needed. 

VMI fabricates to the highest quality standards. Our customers receive reliability, predictability, performance and quality through their entire project’s fabrication schedule.

The result is outstanding finished product, from the material sourced, to complete documentation.

Experience matters!

Supplying high quality, high tolerance machined components since 1977 to the most demanding industries in the world.

As businesses grow, so do its challenges. Increasing volumes create bottlenecks and congestion; while the capacity shortage has everyone scrambling.  Our goal is to help you eliminate this and create a manufacturing solution that works.  You are just a click away from seeing your concept become a reality, contact us today to find out how!

VMI utilizes up-to-date CAD/CAM programs that support a variety of file formats making it easy for customers and our staff to communicate during the design phase.

Our system at VMI accepts all versions of electronic drawings, prints and designs such as:






3-D Modeling Services Available!
Contact us for more information on how we can help with modeling your upcoming projects or for helping engineer a new product line for machining.

Industries Served:

Medical, Military, Automotive, Commercial, OEM's, Architectural Hardware and Aerospace Components to name a few.

Machining Specialty:

VMI has gained experience in the manufacturing of machine gun components as well as machining castings.  

Prototype to Production Machining:
Planning to develop a new product or idea begins with a proverbial light-bulb moment; that “a-ha!” sensation when inspiration hits, and something either entirely unique or an innovative twist on an existing idea materializes. But unless you have your own job shop at your disposal, chances are you’ll need to partner up with a manufacturer to turn your product idea into a reality.  That's where we come in. Contact us today and find out how to get started!

Together we deliver advanced products & services that solve some of the worlds most difficult challenges. This makes Vineburg Machining Inc, its suppliers and its customers potential targets for cyber attacks. It's ever important that we understand these threats and the joint responsibility necessary to secure our supply chain.

The DOD published DFARS 252.204-7012, Safeguarding Covered Defense Information and Cyber Reporting in an effort to prevent improper access of important unclassified information in the supply base. The DFARS 252.204-7012 clause includes the following key requirements:

Adequate Security

Contractors must provide adequate security on all covered contractor information systems. A “Covered contractor information system” is defined as an unclassified information system that is owned, or operated by or for, a contractor and that processes, stores, or transmits covered defense information.

Cyber Incident Reporting

When a cyber incident is discovered, contractors must conduct a review for evidence of compromise of covered defense information and report this to the DoD at http://dibnet.dod.mil and VMI within 72 hours. A “Cyber incident” is defined as actions taken through the use of computer networks that result in a compromise or an actual or potentially adverse effect on an information system and/or the information residing therein.

Supplier Flow Down

When engaging with other suppliers that require access to covered defense information in performance of a contract, include the DFARS 252.204-7012 clause in any subcontracts, or similar contractual instruments with those suppliers.