BOOTH 2247 GlassBuild America Sept 16-18th '15 Atlanta GA Please stop and visit!

Dillsburg, PA. (August 24th, 2015) GlassBuild America 2015 ATLANTA


The 2015 edition of the Glassbuild America show in Atlanta is almost here! This will be a big year for JMC as we are showcasing the latest version of our fabrication centers; and an entirely new line of equipment for the commercial market.

In addition to proudly displaying one of our latest SFMC fabrication centers, the really big news is we have partnered with Mecal of Italy to provide our customers with a world class option for their CNC processing needs. The Mecal line is one of the premier CNC machine manufacturing companies in Europe. “Mecal by Joseph” will be the same line of quality Mecal equipment; sold and serviced by Joseph Machine Company in the USA.

To further expand our product line, we have also partnered with KMW Engineering of Germany to offer corner cleaners. The KMW cleaners, serviced by JMC here in the USA, will be an excellent choice for our customers. Adding these quality lines of equipment to our already vast selection of standard and custom equipment, truly makes JMC your one stop shop for machinery. The sales and service staff will be eager to work with our customers, and demonstrate the diverse selection of equipment being displayed.

The same JMC team our customers have relied on for years will be in attendance, as well as some new faces. While at our booth please introduce yourself to Tim Minne; our new commercial products director. Tim brings many years of experience in the commercial market to JMC and will be a great asset to our customers looking to improve their quality and efficiency.

Another new face will be that of Sotirios (Steve) Birbas. Steve has a strong background in electrical, Allen Bradley, and machine commissioning. Steve has been to the Mecal facility and will be heading up our efforts to service the Mecal line. The entire service staff, led by our service manager Glenn Lookabill, is ready to assist our customers on the new lines.

Like Timbuk 3 said, “the future’s so bright we gotta wear shades!” That’s exactly how we are feeling here at JMC. Please come and join us in booth 2247 at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta Georgia. The show runs September 16th through the 18th starting at 10:00 AM each day. See you there!

Pat Myers- Customer Service MGR

Dillsburg, PA. (July 25th, 2013)  –  "Mr. Campbell returns": 

Doug Campbell began work at Joseph Machine Company on June 23rd, 1997Doug has been an accomplished assembler for JMC but over the years and as time goes by it's easy to begin to take your workplace for granted.... 

Doug served our country in the Army from 1981-83 so he thought that maybe a new job associated with a military based organization might just scratch the itch to work elsewhere.  Doug began working at the Lincoln Military Housing facilities doing warranty type maintenance. He felt making his way back to a military based work structure might provide an environment he would appreciate.

After months had passed, we here at JMC noticed regular visits at JMC from Doug while he was employed at Lincoln Military Housing. So when after approx 9 months had passed and Doug was seen talking to Scot Hamm (our production manager), it did not cause us to think anything other than he was here for a regular visit. This time, however, Scot happened to be looking through a file of resumes in search of an additional assembler as the workload here was continuing to grow. Scot asked Doug "when can you start?" and shut his folder of assembler candidates.

Doug soon started back and the answers he gave when asked why he chose to return to JMC were "I wasn't challenged enough at my new job" and " I missed it here". Doug was asked if anything had changed while he was gone and I was not too surprised to hear that he felt that the work atmosphere had gotten even better.  That improvement was credited to the shop floor personnel. "That group has continued to improve in attitude and in quality over the past year, and the work atmosphere is simply better because of it" Doug said.
Doug takes pride in his work, pride in his country and in that fact that the machines he helps to assemble are made right here in the USA. That desire to serve our country continues in the Campbell family as his son Shawn has been serving in the Navy for 7 years.

Joseph Machine Company is hiring new talent!

Field Service/Help Desk Technician

Job Requirements

Company Description 

Joseph Machine Company is an OEM manufacturer of custom fabricating equipment for the window and door industry. We are in need of a full time Help Desk and Field Service Technician. We offer a competitive compensation package with medical, prescription, dental, vision, paid holidays, vacation time, and more.

General Job Description:

Help Desk Technicians provide customers technical support for electrical, programming and mechanical issues remotely via phone and email. Occasional travel may be required as needed. Strong diagnostic and communications skills are required to be successful at this position.

Service Technicians provide on-site technical, electrical and programming, mechanical, pneumatic, hydraulic support to customers in North America. The position requires overnight travel and weekend travel is sometimes but not often required. The technician must be proficient using measuring devices, multi-meters, laser levels, hand tools and multi-meters. The position also requires independent logical thinking, willingness to be a team player, work efficiently with little or no supervision and strong communications skills. The position requires a high school diploma or its equivalent and formal training in areas of specialty and a valid driver’s license. Position reports to a supervisor or manager.

Key Requirements:


  • Ability to work all levels of electrical voltage; single and three phase

  • Strong ability to troubleshoot and repair electrical problems

  • Ability to understand and navigate through PLC and servo motor drive control software

  • Knowledge of PLC programming

  • Ability to comprehend and demonstrate mechanical assembly and troubleshooting techniques

  • Ability to perform manual assembly of basic machine components and or subassemblies

  • Ability to read mechanical drawings and electrical schematics

  • Ability to read customer supplied fabrication drawings to ensure JMC equipment works within specified parameters

  • Ability to effectively communicate in writing using written text, mechanical and electrical drawings, diagrams and machine schematics to describe a problem or suggested improvements

  • Must have a valid passport or be eligible to obtain one

Additional Requirements:


  • Must have geometry and arithmetic skills

  • Must possess basic machining skills

  • Ability to perform basic wiring of machine components.

  • Ability to effectively and accurately troubleshoot machine issues; mechanical, electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and or programming

  • Ability to navigate through the machine HMI

  • Ability to work with Variable Frequency Drives

  • Ability to troubleshoot and repair Servo motion controls systems

  • Ability to train operators and maintenance personnel on machine operations, troubleshooting and preventive maintenance

  • Ability to perform a complete on site customer machine installation and start up

  • Ability to work with little or no supervision

  • Occasionally other duties outside the service department may be required


Joseph Machine Company is An Equal Opportunity Employer.

(Please click on link below this extracted from the Central Penn Business Journal to view entire article):

Window maker Quanta dedicating Lancaster expansion

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A midstate manufacturer of energy-efficient window systems is expanding its product line thanks to equipment procured from another local company. Quanta Technologies Inc., based in Malvern, has been making its Insulating Glass System windows since 2010 at Burle Business Park in Lancaster. During the past nine months, the company has been expanding its footprint at Burle and installing robotic manufacturing systems designed by Joseph Machine Co., Quanta said in a statement.

Joseph Machine, based near Dillsburg, makes saws and equipment for fabricating windows, solar panel frames and similar products.

Quanta will use the equipment to make a new product line intended for installation on the interior side of existing windows. The product is aimed at retrofits on historic properties and other projects where maintaining the exterior look is important, Quanta said.

Quanta is holding a ceremony today at the expanded Burle facility. The site is being dedicated to York native Michael Neff, Quanta’s former chief financial officer, who died unexpectedly in July.



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