Welcome to Leo's Engineering.

We produce the most affordable, high quality replacement parts and surface coatings.
Proudly serving the pharmaceutical & nutraceutical industry for more than 20 years.

Hundreds of Parts In Stock

From die locks, cam tracks, and feed frames, to pressure rolls, feeder assemblies and more - at prices up to 70% less than the original equipment manufacturers (OEMs). All Leo’s Engineering replacement parts are manufactured in the United States of America and are available for domestic and international delivery. So why wait months for a part when you can call Leo’s Engineering and get your part as soon as tomorrow? We offer parts including seals, cams, lubrication felts and wear parts in a variety of materials.
  • All stocked parts shipped within 24 hours
  • Same-day & Express Shipping available
  • International Shipping available
We provide our customers with the highest quality Encapsulation Machine and Tablet Press replacement parts at the best prices you can find.

CNC Machining

CNC Machining enables a wide variety of applications. They replace manual operations by automatically performing machining operations such as drilling, milling, turning, etching and boring. CNC machining can grind a wide range of materials such as aluminum, brass, bronze, carbide, cast iron, copper, hardened metals, nickel & nickel alloys, plastics, stainless steel, and titanium. The ability of CNC machining to process such a wide variety of material accurately & efficiently provides limitless capabilities for manufacturing.

Our current capabilities:
  • 5-Axis Simultaneous Machining
  • 4-Axis Simultaneous Machining
  • 4-Axis Indexed machining
  • Wire EDM machine and more

Reverse Engineering Services

Our customers frequently provide us with nothing more than an existing part. Our highly skilled engineers take measurements and observations from that part using a Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM). They then translate those observations into extremely accurate CAD files.

How does a CMM work?

CMMs move a measuring probe to obtain the coordinates of points on an object’s surface. Often these parts have tolerances as small as .0001". The machine uses an XYZ grid to determine its position on a worktable. The probe is used to touch different spots on the part being measured. The machine then uses the XYZ coordinates of each of these points to determine size and position. The probes drag along the surface of the part taking points at specified intervals. This method of CMM inspection is more accurate than the conventional touch-probe method and often faster as well. Many thousands of points can then be taken and used to not only check size and position, but to create a 3D image of the part as well. This "point-cloud data" can then be transferred to CAD software to create a working 3D model of the part. This procedure is often used to facilitate the "reverse engineering" process. This is the practice of taking an existing part, measuring it to determine its size, and creating engineering drawings from these measurements.

What are CMMs?

Coordinate Measuring Machines (CMM) are mechanical systems designed to move a measuring probe to determine coordinates of points on a work piece surface. CMMs provide the tools to precisely inspect critical dimensions, thus dramatically increasing the number of acceptable parts for our clients and decreasing the occurrence of errors.