Bayless Engineering & Manufacturing

Bayless Engineering & Manufacturing

26100 Ave Hall, Valencia, CA 91355, United States

AboutBayless Engineering & Manufacturing

At Bayless Manufacturing Inc, we're in the business of turning your ideas into reality. From our start in 1978, we have grown into 100,000 square feet and have expanded our capabilities with HiTech "State-of-the-Art" equipment. From the beginning we have been dedicated to being more than just a traditional machine and sheet metal "job shop." After all, reading blueprints and programming a machine are only part of the process. Strong customer relationships, the latest advancements in technology and a dedication to quality must be vital priorities. Subtract just one of these elements and an idea may be lost, leaving the "reality" far from what was originally envisioned.

That's why at Bayless we take the time to work closely with our customers' engineering and design staffs. We provide personal involvement from our management and manufacturing team members, all of whom demand the utmost quality and precision.

When our customers asked for high-quality, grained aluminum silk-screened front panels for high-end electronic equipment, we provided them. When other customers required very large sheet metal assemblies for bigger machines, we came through for them. And, when others needed mil-standard precision machining our quality system complied. In short, whatever your individual needs, our staff has the experience and capabilities to transform your ideas into precision machined parts or sheet metal assemblies.

Knowing that it takes more than an impressive equipment list to win contracts, we make strong customer relationships our foremost goal. That, combined with experience and diversity, has made Bayless more than just a "shop." We're your complete manufacturing solution.


  • Sheet Metal Fabrication
  • Machine Shop
  • Welding
  • Spotwelding
  • Laser Cutting
  • Inspection
  • Deburring
  • Powder Coating
  • Material Handling
  • Software
  • Silkscreening
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