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AddisonMckee - Addition Manufacturing Technologies

Forming success through innovation

2008 winners of Managing Automation magazine's Progressive Manufacturing 50 Awards a prestigious award based on an organization's ability to use information and automation technologies to transform its business and create a sustainable competitive advantage AddisonMckee is globally renowned for the design, manufacture and supply of some of the world s finest tube bending and end forming technologies - for increasingly complex automotive, aviation, truck and shipbuilding requirements. In addition, AddisonMckee also offers highly innovative muffler and catalytic converter assembly solutions, hydraulic press machinery, tube inspection systems, plant automation and complete workcell integration. In addition to these capabilities, a whole range of tooling and accessory options are also provided, as are comprehensive maintenance and service contracts, training and education programs and financial services. Where applicable, AddisonMckee is also able to offer customers the opportunity of machine rebuilds, refurbishment, upgrades and trade-ins. From its state-of-the-art manufacturing centers in the USA, United Kingdom, Canada and China, AddisonMckee is committed to providing rapid solutions to market and also regularly assists clients in product prototyping, parts development, small production runs and pre-production sample development. AddisonMckee is principally owned by WHI Capital Partners (WHICP), a Chicago-based private equity group that invests in middle market, industry-leading companies with solid financial fundamentals and proven management teams. WHICP is an affiliate of William Harris Investors, Inc., a family-based asset management firm founded by Irving B. Harris in 1987.

1637 Kingsview Drive
Lebanon, OH 45036

Phone: 513-228-7000
Fax: 513-228-7234

Sales Contact
Jennifer Rankin

Recent Content on for AddisonMckee - Addition Manufacturing Technologies

August 21, 2015
AddisonMckee welcomes Ohio state rep
Tube fabricating equipment provider AddisonMckee, Lebanon, Ohio, recently welcomed Ohio State Rep. Steve Chabot as part of a small-business tour to...
April 29, 2014
Eaton Leonard/AddisonMckee expand presence in Mexico
AddisonMckee and Eaton Leonard, Lebanon, Ohio, providers of tube manipulation equipment, tooling, and integrated process systems, are expanding their...
February 24, 2014
Automated tool change system helps cut changeover time on tube sizing machine
AddisonMckee has developed an automated tool handling system for a customer forming tube from 2 to 6 in. dia. The tool sets used in the customer’s...
January 14, 2014
System speeds tube bending tooling changeover
AddisonMckee has designed a new quick-change tool system to help reduce the labor power and time required for tooling changeover on tube bending...
September 30, 2013
AddisonMckee, Eaton Leonard announce merger
Tube bending and end forming technology companies AddisonMckee, Lebanon, Ohio, and Eaton Leonard, Vista, Calif., have announced that they have merged...
December 11, 2012
AddisonMckee to supply SIO end forming machine to Eastern Catalytic
AddisonMckee, Lebanon, Ohio, has been commissioned to build an SIO end forming machine for Eastern Catalytic, a manufacturer of catalytic...
July 31, 2012
High-speed tube bender bends up to six components at once
AddisonMckee has designed an EB28HS4 electrically powered and hydraulically operated, CNC tube bending machine for a manufacturer of flow control...
March 13, 2012
AddisonMckee to supply muffler assembly system for Chrysler C platform vehicle
Tube bending and end forming equipment-maker AddisonMckee of Lebanon, Ohio, has been commissioned to manufacture entirely new and rebuilt Eagle...
January 23, 2012
Green technology for tube end forming reduces energy, oil usage
AddisonMckee has introduced Hydra Green technology in its new HG70 series of tube end formers. The hydraulic equipment features a pump that is in...
November 25, 2008
Waste not, want not
For many bending applications, it is common practice to determine the necessary length of tube, run a few samples, make some minor adjustments, and then start production runs. The problem is that the initial evaluation may have been based on safe, by-the-book estimates and calculations. Re-evaluating a bending project might yield substantial material savings.


Professional Services
Forming, Fabricating, and Bending - Tube and Pipe
End Formers
Millwright Services
Machine Rebuilding and Reconditioning
Tool and Die
Tube Bender Tooling
Forming, Fabricating, and Bending - Tube and Pipe
Tube Benders
Tool and Die
Tube End Forming Machine Tooling