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General Polygon Systems, largest polygon contract facility, offers industrial and mechanical engineers superior design options for engineering shaft to hub connections and sliding applications.

General Polygon Systems - Innovative Engineering

In today's engineering field, there is a renewed interest in Polygon Configurations . This old technology has emerged to the forefront, in part, by a newly formed company called General Polygon Systems, Inc., of Millville, New Jersey.

In 1996, General Polygon Systems acquired all the assets from the Polygon division of General Machinery Co. of Millville, New Jersey. Aside from the equipment acquisition, the Polygon technicians and office staff combine to make up the entire staff of this newly formed company. With this proven operating environment, equipment and personnel, General Polygon Systems remains to be the largest contract facility of its kind in the world.

The personnel behind General Polygon Systems have more than forty years of experience in grinding these precision profiles. We are now making it a very affordable option to other methods of connection and sliding applications. Whether it is one unit or several hundred, we are making it cost effective. We are achieving these cost reductions by dedicating equipment for different profiles. This measure enables us to convey a true saving from costly set-up charges direct to everyone.

Polygon has come of age. We look forward to many new challenges in the fast growing industries, such as machine automation and the aerospace technology.

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