A Family Tradition Since 1923

Family owned and operated in the USA, Santa Fe Machine Works is a world leader for injection and extrusion screw manufacturing. Since 1923, we’ve been committed to servicing the manufacturing industry with the same attention to detail our great grandfather gave his first customer.

We work with our customers to create a wide range of manufacturing solutions including the ease of our one-stop shop approach to keep your machinery up and running.

We specialize in first class personal service and cost effective solutions. When you call us, you won’t waste your time on hold by an overseas call center or be referred to one-size-fits-all parts that could potentially damage valuable equipment.

We can handle any size or application for any manufacturer. Our expertise is working with our customers every step of the way, from inception to inspection of custom parts and components.

It’s our family tradition to get the job right the first time for the right price.



Santa Fe Machine Works offers a complete line of services that keep injection molders and extruders running at optimum throughput.



With nearly a century in the business, we know how our customers equipment and processes work.



Santa Fe Machine Works guarantees every part we make. Over the years we’ve learned how to streamline the process …

Mission statement
We don’t have a choice. It’s in our blood. At Santa Fe Machine Works, we take pride in our family heritage of being world leaders in injection and extrusion screw manufacturing. With over four generations of experience, we provide high quality parts and cost-effective solutions with the same attention to detail and conscientious service our great grandfather delivered over 90 years ago.
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    Choosing the right screw for injection molding can significantly impact the throughput of your machine.  In addition, it can also determine how successful your project will be. The screw choice can ensure that there is no material degradation and the material is properly melted. […]