History

Jaguar Precision Machine was established in 1990. Over 28 years Jaguar has developed a reputation for intelligent, high-quality workmanship and devotion to customer service. At Jaguar Precision Machine, we constantly strive for unmatched quality and accuracy in our work especially on tough jobs. Jaguar is known for its high standards machining complex parts and our ability to hold to very tight tolerances even with exotic materials. Jaguar’s strategic partnership with Intelligent Design Services and Sigma Labs, allowing us to engineer products concurrently with multiple manufacturing capabilites and decrease turnaround times. This combination of engineering expertise, machining know-how and rigorous quality control allows Jaguar to ship the highest quality of parts on difficult projects.

People, Processes, Technology, & Customers

The four pillars of Jaguar’s modernization have been improving people, processes and technology in parallel to ensure a smooth path towards long term profitable growth. Jaguar prides itself on the employment of highly capable personnel, who can utilize processes and state of the art technology.  JPM continues to invest in its employees with continuous education in technology.

Investing in the Future

Not only does Jaguar serve The University of New Mexico’s Formula SAE Team (LoboMotorsports), but also offers internships to eligible students enrolled in the Engineering program at The University of New Mexico. This enables students to get a hands on experience in the demanding environment of the precision machining industry. In our state-of-the-art inspection lab, interns will learn the vital skills of blueprint reading, knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), and Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) operation. Interns will learn overall inspection procedures as well as become familiar with the machining process, materials, measuring tools, and ISO 9001 / AS9100D requirements

Strategic Alliance

March 15, 2017, JPM and Sigma Labs entered into a ‘Strategic Alliance Agreement’ to expand its suite of integrated, advanced manufacturing services.  This alliance provides an end-to-end 3D advanced component manufacturing capability, including:  Computer Aided design (CAD), computer aided engineering (CAE), computer aided manufacturing (CAM) and computer aided inspection (CAI).

In turn, Jaguar will be able to provide its customers with the same consistent part quality, but with increased production level, thanks to Sigma Labs’ proprietary software and 3D printing know-how. Jaguar and Sigma Labs will work together in order to make high-precision 3D printed parts to “demanding specifications.” The contracts for the alliance are expected later this year.