Who We Are
In 2014 Brooks CNC Routing incorporated as Oak Branch Manufacturing and Assembly, LLC. Brooks CNC Routing and Oak Branch Manufacturing and Assembly where anything is possible is a provider of custom CNC routing services to multiple industries. We manufacturer one-offs to a thousand parts. What the big CNC companies won't and can't do, WE CAN.
To be a valued member of your business family by building relationships on trust, quality and reputation and by offering services that can help boost your company's productivity.
Who Our Customers Are
Our customers are large corporations to hobbyist/DIY'er and everything in-between. We have worked behind the scene for Fortune 500 companies and local advertising companies.
Some of the projects we have worked on have been for:
- Disney Hotels
- Lincoln Continental Product Annoucement
- Starbucks in Disney City
- Ronald McDonald House commercial
- Atlanta Hawks
- PNC Music Festival
- Local and Region commercials
- Local and Region Photo Shoots Backdrops and Props
- Mega-Churchs in the southeast Backdrops and Props
Just to name a few. Our work appears in countless other locations.
If you are in the Sign Industry, Interior Designing, Construction, an Entrepreneur, an Inventor or a Homeowner/DIY'er we can help make you next project the best it can be.
We have Moved - January 2016
We wish all of our customers and friends a joyfull, happy and prosperous New Year.
We now offer Laser Cutting and Engraving Service
We are always looking to expand the services that we can offer our customers. I am excidted to annouce that we have add a 47"x58"Large Format Laser Cutter to our list of machinery. By adding the laser cutter/engraver to our machinery list it allows us to cut up to 1/2" acrylic, 3/8" plywood and MDF plus numerous other materials. We will be offering engraving services in metal along with other materials. Below is a list of some of the material we will be able to cut. We will add a more detailed list along with pictures of samples in the future.
Plastics: ABS, Acrylic, Delrin, PETG, Styrene
Woods: MDF, balsa, birch, poplar, red oak, cherry, walnut, etc.
Foam: Depron foam, Gator foam
Other materials: Fabrics, Magnetic sheets, Paper, Rubber (not containing chlorine)
Sean with The Chromatic Dragon, in Savannah, GA, contacted us looking for someone to take their concept for a sign and turn it into a real sign for their new gaming bar. They had reached out to several local sign shops in the Savannah area and no one could produce the sign they were looking for. The sign needed to be 5'x5' and double-sided and would be hanging from the corner of their building. The sign had to be ready for their grand opening in a month. We contacted our friend Jeremy Miller of JMiller Sign Studio (www.jmillersign.com) for assistance. Jeremy has been creating beautiful signs for many years and we have worked closely with him on many projects.
Renown Atlanta Artist Martin Dawe of Cherrylion Studios (www.cherrylion.com) contacted us for assistance in creating a series of 3D architectural panels. Martin had been commissioned by an architectural firm to design and create a carved relief and other pieces for the new Starbucks Disney City in Disney Downtown Orlando. Each panels was scaled down and hand-carved in clay by Martin then cast into a mold were other substrates were used to create panels to be scanned into 3D files to bring into the computer for creating the cut files. The cast panels were sent to Brady at iBILD (www.ibild.com) to have them 3D Laser Digitized into hi-res files for us to prepare them to be cut on the CNC.
Neal the co-owner of Vertical Gun Racks (www.verticalgunracks.com) contacted us to carve a sign for their booth at an up-coming gun show. A couple of weeks later Neal contacted us again for assistance in building a wall for their booths at future gun shows. Neal and his partner Mike met with us to discuss their needs. They were in need of a 3 panel wall that they could hang their gun racks on, a foot locker and a counter for their booth. They decided to use the reclaimed siding from their Grandmother's 100 year old cabin.