2824 Atwood Avenue
Madison, WI 53704
Founded in 1889, the 179,000 sq/ft of manufacturing space houses 16 die cast machines that range between 600 and 1000 tons. Fully automated cast and trim operations produce castings ranging from 2 to 12 lbs.
Capabilities include: shot blasting, machining, heat treating, component assembly, leak testing, CMM, fluoroscope, spectrometer and fully functioning EDM capable tool room.
166 South Fair Oaks Avenue
Madison, WI 53704
Opened in 1987, Madison-Kipp broke ground at 166 South Fair Oaks Avenue adjacent to the first South plant at 201 Waubesa Street.
76,000 sq/ft of manufacturing space containing 7 fully automated high-pressure die cast machines ranging from 1,000-1,600 tons.
Complex, multi-slide tooling, controlled through advanced die cast process controls produces parts up to 21 lbs. for engine and driveline applications.
Capabilities include: shot blasting, heat treating, component assembly, CMM, fluoroscope, spectrometer and die repair tool room.
MKC Sun Prairie
1655 Corporate Center Drive
Sun Prairie, WI 53590
In 2006, MKC opened a new plant in Sun Prairie, Wisconsin focusing on automated machining. In 2016, MKC added a 90,000 sq/ft expansion to accommodate new business and future growth creating a 165,000 sq/ft facility.
6 Fully automated die cast cells that range in tonnage from 1000-1600 tons.
Sun Prairie specialties include shot blasting, 3,4,5-Axis CNC’s, in-line CMM’s and fluoroscope.
1600 Rich Road
Richmond, IN 47374
April 13, 2021 Madison-Kipp completed the purchase of a Richmond, Indiana die cast facility.
The Richmond, Indiana facility opened in 2018, is comprised of 95,500 sq/ft of manufacturing space.
7 Fully automated die cast cells that range in tonnage from 1000-1600 tons.
Capabilities include shot blasting, 19 CNC machining centers, component assembly, and leak testing, supported by in-line and off-line CMM’s.
The Richmond facility expands the Madison-Kipp’s geographic footprint and allows the company to better serve its customers.