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Eaton Leonard - Addition Manufacturing Technologies

Shaping Your Future

Eaton Leonard specializes in tube forming automation for a broad array of fabricated products. Our extensive range of equipment includes CNC tube benders, tube endforming machines, tube measuring equipment and complete cellular integrated systems. We offer a complete range of CNC tube benders up to 110 mm (4.5") capacity. The Vector Laservision tube data center and endforming equipment complement our bender product line. All design and manufacturing of Eaton Leonard equipment is performed at our main facility in Vista, CA. Our product line continues to grow with innovative solutions for various applications. Advanced technology, exceptional performance and high levels of reliability, serviceability and support highlight our equipment. We invite your inquiries.

1391 Specialty Drive
Suite A
Vista, CA 92081

Phone: 760-599-6300
Fax: 760-597-5230

Sales Contact
Bob Wolbrink - Marketing Mgr.

Recent Content on for Eaton Leonard - Addition Manufacturing Technologies

April 29, 2014
Eaton Leonard/AddisonMckee expand presence in Mexico
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September 30, 2013
AddisonMckee, Eaton Leonard announce merger
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July 16, 2012
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June 13, 2012
Update from Germany
Interviews with several TUBE exhibitors revealed that the energy industry remains the biggest driver in the tube and pipe industry. The opportunities aren’t just in oil and gas, but also wind and even nuclear, despite the Fukushima incident. Meanwhile, a few vendors have come up with machines and processes that reduce tube and pipe consumption and waste, helping the industry deal with fluctuating metals prices.
May 1, 2012
The new shop on the block
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November 11, 2008
Rocket science, entrepreneur-style
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June 12, 2007
Tube fabricator bends with industry changes
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April 10, 2003
Making the connection
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Inspection and Testing
Coordinate Measuring Machines
Forming, Fabricating, and Bending - Tube and Pipe
End Formers
Tool and Die
Tube Bender Tooling
Forming, Fabricating, and Bending - Tube and Pipe
Tube Benders