O&M Portable
Band Saw

Since 1965 Oliver Machine Products made the term impossible possible.
We are not the average machine shop.
Specializing in smallmachined parts with the closest tolerances.
Our expertise in small part production is well known and respected.

Since 1967 Oliver Machine's product the O & M Portable Band saw has been in production and nearly 5000 are currently being used by and for  construction teams, lumber yards, cabinet makers, patio builders, pergola builders, corbel construction and many others.
Why Choose Us?

Oliver Machine is committed to delivering quality products.  
Whether it be our precision aircraft and other parts or our O & M Portable Band Saw.

Our Team

Deb Allred, President/CEO
Deb has extensive manufacturing administration and customer service background in Silicon Valley. She joined OMP in July, 2006.

Art Kilgroe, Chief Operating Officer
Art has been with OMP since about 1976. He is the operating force in the manufacture of all machined parts. He also is the Quality Control Manager for all parts.

Christopher Hash, Customer Service & Saw Products Manufacturing/Repair
Chris joined Oliver Machine, part-time in February of 2013, he soon earned his spot in his excellent grasp of the manufacture of the O & M Portable Band Saw. He is responsible for the manufacture, repair and assisting customers in the troubleshooting process. He has also written many informational sheets to assist in the repair of the saw, empowering the customer. Chris has taken a huge roll in the timely shipment of machined parts, inspection and inspection paperwork preparation.

Billy Fells, All Around Machine Shop and Office Assistant
Billy joined the team in May 2015. Billy is responsible for the cleanliness of the shop and offices. He assists in cleaning, packing and inspection of parts.

Recent News

January 2014
OMP and O&M Products purchased from Mrs. Oliver by employees.

May 2013
We are devastated to announce the death of Everett Oliver, General Manager and founder of Oliver Machine Products/O&M Products.

Everett was born on August 11, 1930 in Chickasha, OK. He started Oliver Machine Products in September of 1965, with the help of his parents Everett, Sr. and Mary. In 1992 he retired and sold the business to Shirley Herdlitka. Retirement wasn't really his "thing" and he soon returned to the company as a Consultant and then General Manager. He loved classic cars (NOT hotrods) and took great care and enjoyment in restoring them to their prior glory.
He is survived by his wife, Shirley; 5 children, 13 grand-children, several great grandchildren and one great-great grandson.
Hours of Operation: Monday - Thursday 6:30a - 4p
Phone: (775) 884-4004 E-mail: