About Us

Established:  1970
Founder / President & CEO:  Robert G. Dabkowski
Corporate Headquarters:  50 Emmett Street, Bristol, CT  06010
Facility:  200,000 square feet
Employees:  40
Certifications:  ISO 9001:2008

DABKO INDUSTRIES:  Screw Machining, CNC Swiss machining Established 1970
NEW TECH REPLACEMENT PARTS COMPANY: CNC Turning, Milling, Grinding Established 1991


Quality Policy:  

“To Provide Customer Satisfaction by Meeting Customer Requirements and Expectations while Continuously Improving Procedures and Processes that Ensure Product Quality and On-Time Delivery”. 

While our Quality Policy provides a backbone to operating procedures and overall achievement measurements, it is our mission to execute all business strategies with ingenuity and integrity, while maintaining fair, cost-competitive pricing.  We believe that strong and profitable business partnerships are based upon high expectations and executed by way of flexibility, communication, and the ability to adapt quickly to market shifts and strategy changes.  Our roots were planted in these values over 47 years ago and will continue to be a solid foundation in shaping our future.

What sets us apart?

  • A highly experienced team of machinists, engineers, quality and office support staff whose skill set and work ethic place us on a level above the average. 
  • Equipment diversification
  • Expansive range of machining capabilities
  • State-of-the-Art CNC Tsugami Swiss machining department
  • 200,000 sq. ft. facility allows space for expansion and various warehousing options
  • Flexibility to think “out-of-the box” regarding engineering / machining options and customizable sales & inventory programs

Brief History:

Our original founding company in 1970 was our screw machine division, Dabko Industries, started with only a couple of Brown & Sharpe and secondary machines.  At that time, all business functions, including machine operation, were performed by our owner and founder, Bob Dabkowski.  Expansion in the screw machine division proceeded over the years with the addition of customers whose needs brought about the purchase of Davenport and Acme equipment for higher volume requirements, in addition to several more B&S & secondary machines.

Subsequent growth over the years has been primarily through a series of acquisitions, adding more equipment and sister companies to our group.  This led to establishment of RGD Technologies Corp. as the parent company to unify the diversified, yet complimentary services of six companies into which the conglomeration had grown.  Over the last few years, in order to most effectively service our customer base, we realigned our corporate business strategy to focus on our primary niche of machining precision screw machine & CNC components.  This has resulted in divestiture of certain divisions (including New England Spring, Inc. and KLM Tool Co., businesses serving the Spring industry, and Special Machine & Tool Co., a company providing consumer products to the retail industry).

In 2011, significant capital expansion plans were executed with concentrated efforts in our CNC Swiss department.  In just over 5 years, 27 CNC Swiss Tsugami Turning Center machines have been purchased and added to our CNC line, plus two LICO LNT-42S-S4-T2 Multi-Slide CNC Turning Center machines.  Our future will continue to be shaped with addition of equipment in this area and others, as needed, to support growth opportunities.