Help develop network with fabrication businesses

Sometimes people need facbrication capablities witch are greater than MakeHaven can provide. In this case it is important to have a network of fabricators and suppliers who can help. We need folks comfortable working with smaller volume and protototypes.. 

Please help build the list.

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I have two recommendations for MakeHaven. Both are willing to make prototypes or one-off creations.

If you want their help, I recommend you visit them in person and have the following ready:
1. A clear idea of the piece you want made. Drawings with overall dimensions are a must. Hand drawn is fine.
2. A tentative plan of how you want the item made. They are open to listening to your approach. They will let you know how they intend to build the item. Remember to ask questions. I always learn something.
3. When you want the item.

Respect their time. Be clear and concise.

Here is the contact information:

Custom & Precision Products
Metal fabricator in Hamden, Connecticut
Address: 2893 State St, Hamden, CT 06517
Phone: (203) 281-0818
Ask for Mr. Dante. He is a world-class craftsman. His shop is equipped with massive machines to shape metals. And, he has the expertise to build machines that make machines. I nominate him as a world heritage site.

Carrano's Railings & Welding LLC
Address: 1130 Sherman Ave, Hamden, CT 06514
Phone: (203) 248-7245
Ask for Mike. He is a successful entrepreneur and looking for new markets in custom metal working. Mike is a gatekeeper to various professional makers.