Register's Machine Shop
4030 Highway 378
Conway, SC 29527
Office: (843) 397-6810
Fax: (843) 397-0640
Precision Machine Work
Jigs and Fixtures
C.N.C. Machining
Equipment Assembly
Fabrications and Welding
Register's Machine Shop was established in 1986, and from that time forward has dedicated and directed its efforts to fulfilling the needs of the industrial world. Combining the efforts of highly skilled craftsmen and a variety of precision machines, Register's Machine Shop has earned the respect of the growing industries. Always looking for new technology and ever expanding knowledge; we will always strive for customer satisfaction. We are located in a modern 16,800 square foot facility approximately five miles west of Conway on Highway 378. We are equipped with complete CNC milling, CNC turning, manual milling, manual turning, grinding, and heat treating capabilities to allow production of virtually any machined part in today's fast growing world of technology. We also offer special design and equipment assembly, both mechanical and electrical. In addition to the above we have a full line of welding and fabrication equipment. We pride ourself in tight tolerance and on time deliveries.

We have the most modern conventional turning equipment. All machines are equipped with state of the art Digital readouts and power feeds. Our current maximum manual lathe capabilities are 18" swing.

The most modern CNC milling equipment and techniques are incorporated to provide our machinist with a 40 X 20 and fourth axis capability. Our CNC vertical machining centers are supported by conventional vertical milling machines equipped with digital readouts.

We have up to date CNC turning equipment.

We have up to date welding and cutting equipment. Our welding department is fully equipped to support the machining department.

Register's Machine Shop conducts a thorough inspection on all parts. Our qualified personnel uses current technology and equipment to insure that all parts are made to customer specifications.

Our heat treating is performed by using a Crest two stage industrial size oven.

Register's Machine Shop is owned and operated by Dan Register, Jr.