Northwest Stamping & Precision was founded in Eugene, Oregon, in 1965 under the name "Product Services Company." At that time, it was primarily a tool and die shop building tooling. In 1969 the Company moved to its current location, and shortly thereafter, the stamping capability was added. The Company changed ownership in the late 1970s and continued to grow into a high volume precision stamper. In 1986 the name was changed to Northwest Stamping, Inc.
In 1992 the current owner purchased the Company, and a period of rapid growth began. A year later a sales office was opened in San Jose, California area. The prototype development department was added in 1994. Also in 1994 the Company achieved ISO 9002 certification. New manufacturing capabilities such as welding, tumble de-burring, and powder coating were added as support for the increasing amount of products. As the growth continued, the plant was remodeled, doubling to 16,000 ft2 in 1995.
Northwest Stamping began to further diversify in November of 1996 with its acquisition of Engel Tool & Die, a CNC production machine shop. The Eugene manufacturing facility was again expanded in October of 1997 when the 5500 ft2 CNC machining department was opened and the Engel machinery and personnel were brought on site. In 1998 the Company changed its name to Northwest Stamping & Precision to reflect its position as a worldwide supplier of high volume precision stampings and machined parts.