For the past several years J.H. Benedict Company has been a proud sponsor of the Formula SAE team at Bradley University. Each Year a team of mechanical engineering seniors builds a formula car to compete in the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) Formula Car. This activity is performed as part of their required senior capstone project experience. J.H. Benedict offers students the opportunity to work side by side with our engineers and skilled craftsman during critical design and fabrication phases. Student actually operate the machinery used to fabricate many of the critical one off components used in the assembly of the teams formula car.
J.H. Benedict Co., Inc
3211 North Main Street
East Peoria, IL 61611
Fax: (309) 694-1363
The partnership between J.H. Benedict and American Pattern has proven to be very successful for customers. Our mission is to provide our customers with the highest quality product available in the industry. The partnership provides the flexibility to produce a variety of part configurations with very accurate dimensions required by the customer. J.H. Benedict and American Pattern have a reputation as a leader in the prototype casting and machining industry due to our ability to successfully respond to our customer’s prototype needs. J.H. Benedict and American Pattern have the ability to cast and machine the part to fit the customer requirements by the delivery date. J.H. Benedict and American Pattern are not a production facility, which gives us the ability to rapidly complete a particular part and move on to the next.
J.H. Benedict and American Pattern can turn ideas into reality. We can provide complete prototype capabilities in a wide variety of metals. Our experienced staff will work with you to provide the complete product in a short period of time. You can eliminate costly hard tooling until the part has proven to fit and function as you require. Prototype castings offer the opportunity for design optimization before production begins. By taking advantage of prototype castings you can prove the functionality of the part and get more quickly to the market place.
J.H. Benedict /American Pattern Advantages:
1. From solid model to prototype, eliminating hard tooling.
2. Low cost, rapid turn-around solutions.
3. Provides parts in weeks, not months.
4. Provides quick design validation.
5. Allows for quick evaluation for fit, form, and function.
6. Highly skilled engineer and design staff.
7. Highly skilled machinists.
8. Manufacturing processes that reduce costs.