WHAT WE DO
Since 1991 we've been manufacturing high-quality component parts. Our size allows us to offer great delivery and turn around while maintaining high-quality standards and competitive pricing.
Red Line Engineering's focus is delivering highly complex precision parts. Most of our work is high mix, low volume.
With the addition of our new 5-axis Doosan VC630 we are happy to announce large 5-axis milling and turning capabilities. Ask for our line list for a full outline of our scope.
Our business model includes every element of manufacturing, from 3D prototype creation, utilizing the latest in CAD software, to tactical execution of complex machined parts with pinpoint accuracy. Using a wide array of both standard and exotic materials, we’re able to deliver parts that meet most any design requirements.
Quality Control - ISO 9001:2015 Registered by DNV
Our ISO 9001:2015 certification demonstrates our commitment to quality and reflects our continuous effort to achieve superior product quality. With an excellent on-time delivery rate, we demonstrate our reliability to your test schedules and delivery requirements.
We pride ourselves on well-trained machinists and quality inspectors. All employees have a working knowledge of cyber-security, basic quality control, and our ISO system.
Our partnerships extend to many different manufacturing industries. Our primary focus is Liquid Natural Gas and Mechanical Assemblies. We pride ourselves on partnering with companies who are as passionate about engineering the future as we are. Our partnerships extend to many different manufacturing industries.
Our primary focus is Liquid Natural Gas and Mechanical Assemblies. Red Line Engineering is JCP Certified and able to complete government work. Status “Green” by the Federal Government, we are considered cyber-secure for high-security documentation. We pride ourselves on partnering with companies who are as passionate about engineering the future as we are.
Red Line Engineering is nestled in the Sierra Nevada Foothills, in the small town of Greenwood, Calif. which boasts a population of 926 (US Census Data 2000). Fifteen thousand square feet of manufacturing space occupies a five-acre parcel. It is conveniently located between Highways 50 and 80 and within one hour of Interstate Highway 5 which provides access to major shipping hubs such as San Francisco shipping docks and the Sacramento Delta.
The area surrounding Greenwood is most known for the 1848 Gold Rush, in which James Marshall first discovered gold.
The private location of Red Line is conducive to machining high-security national defense products and large scale products for a variety of other industries, while still providing central access to shipping transport.
If you would like an onsite audit or tour of the facility, please connect with us.