• 920 Lone Star Dr, O'Fallon, MO 63366
  • (636) 240-2723

ABOUT ABBOTT TOOL & DIE

“Our commitment to investing in people and equipment are instrumental in achieving success for not only our companies but for our customers.”  Don Narzinski – President & CEO

Abbott Tool & Die started in 1987. We offer expert turnkey solid die building, design and manufacturing services specializing in the automotive, appliance, aerospace, and ATV industries. We are centrally located in the St. Louis Metro Area. Our toolmakers have over 35 years of experience in the die building industry. Our staff has experience in a wide range of industrial applications and has the expertise to help implement your next die project. We can assist in the selection of the best tool metal for the die and can efficiently manufacture the die to meet the most exacting specifications.

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COMPANY HISTORY

1987

Humble beginnings

Abbott Tool & Die, Inc. began in 1987 in a small store-front shop in St. Louis as a local tool & die shop with 3 employees. Don Narzinski, who is the current company President, was hired back in 1988 as a contract Tool & Die Maker/Tool Designer and eventually joined the company in 1991 and quickly became the General Manager which led the operations to accelerating its growth. The company saw a need to add a metal stamping division to not only test run completed dies but to have the ability to run production for its customers.
1994

Growth In Tool & Die Expansion to Production Stamping

In 1994 the company started North Central Stamping, Inc. and moved to a 17,000 square foot building to accommodate the new business. The businesses quickly grew and operations moved to a 45,000 square feet building located in O’Fallon which has since expanded to 75,000 and remains the company’s current location.
2013

Expansion Into Automotive Industry

In 2013, the vision for Abbott Tool & Die, Inc. and North Central Stamping, Inc. became to be the area’s premier shop with capabilities to support any size customer.This vision holds true today as the company has expanded into several industries and has the capability and capacity to handle a wide array of jobs.
2018

Advancements into the Future with Reverse Engineering

Currently ISO 9001: 2008 and preparing to transition to meet requirements for IATF 16949 : 2016, the future looks Great. With the addition of Romer Absolute Arm for laser scanning, we now have the ability to reverse engineer parts and components, creating 3-D CAD files for future use.