Jaguar Precision Machine Corp. began as a two-man shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico in 1990. After several expansions and remodels in the 1990s, Jaguar grew to include dedicated office space, inspection room, material storage, and shipping/receiving areas as well as 5,000 square feet of manufacturing area. The next expansion included a second manufacturing area that took the total area of production to 8,750 square feet.

   Daniel Schatzman moved to become the new owner of Jaguar Precision Machine, LLC in 2014, focusing the company on investing in its people, processes, technology, and customers. We believe in only sourcing sophisticated products through our experienced team and resources through continuous improvement.

    Since the company’s start in 1990 Jaguar has grown into a prototype production machine shop experienced in providing advanced quality products for every customer. Advances in technology hold considerable potential for Jaguar as we continue to grow alongside the world as it develops, finding great interest for New Space projects in the manufacturing area.

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 as we positively grow. We pride ourselves on having highly trained people who can utilize state of the art technology. Jaguar is continuously investing in the employees through new technology and education.

Investing in the Future

    Jaguar sponsors the University of New Mexico (UNM) Formula SAE Team - Lobo Motorsports, UNM's Rocket Team - Lobo Launch, New Mexico Tech's (NMT) Rocketry Team, and New Mexico State's (NMSU) Rocket Team - Atomic Aggies. Jaguar also offers internships to eligible students enrolled in engineering programs or similar programs offered through higher education. This opportunity enables students to get hands-on experience in the demanding environment of the precision machining industry. Beginning in our inspection lab, interns will learn the vital skills of blueprint reading, knowledge of Geometric Dimensioning and Tolerancing (GD&T), Keyence, and Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM) operation. Interns will learn overall inspection procedures and become familiar with the machining process, materials, measuring tools, and ISO 9001 / AS9100 requirements.

    Interns currently going for an Industrial Automation Technology (Mechatronics) degree or certificate are eligible for a full-time position upon completion to begin gaining experience surrounded by seasoned employees.

Health & Safety

     Our lives and our quality of life are invaluable. Working with machinery and chemicals can put people in harm's way when policies and procedures fail to protect us. Jaguar takes action to ensure the protection of its people. Jaguar's safety culture includes being proactive and innovative in our safety policies and procedures with trained knowledge in OSHA compliance. We educate employees on how to handle emergencies and hazardous chemicals, how to control hazardous energy, the importance of proper PPE, and more.