The origin of Deasey Machine started interestingly enough in professional baseball. Paul Deasey, was a professional baseball pitcher in the 1950's for the St. Louis Browns minor league team in St. Catherine's Ontario. There, he pitched his first game, a no run-no hitter.
Later, his competitive spirit migrated to automotive racing. Paul's competitiveness, problem solving, and unique approach to engine design and custom chassis construction made his cars very desirable and successful. Paul's legendary number 707, "Big Donkey" led him and over eight drivers to be inducted into the DIRT Motorsports Hall of Fame.
During his racing career, Paul Deasey also worked for Koehler and Sons in Philadelphia, manufacturing ball bearing grinding machines. After their closing, and with over twenty years of employment there, Paul moved back to south-central Pennsylvania and began Deasey Machine Tool & Die, Inc. in 1979.
Today, the commitment to excellence and competitiveness remains a driving force in Deasey Machine. Deasey Machine, has evolved into a well rounded custom machine shop, specializing in close-tolerance prototype, replacement, custom precision machining and low to medium volume production of machined industrial parts.
Our Commitment to You:
Deasey Machine works closely with its customers to ensure job satisfaction. The quality control system is designed to monitor each job from setup, through production and on-time delivery to its customers. Precision, quality, and service are the foundations of our company.