Advanced Results Machine Technologies (ARMTECH, Inc.) was founded in 1999 by Charles (Chuck) Brinlee in Las Vegas, NV. 

With over 40 years€™ experience in various types of small and medium scale manufacturing and production, Chuck has mastered nearly every fabrication trade in operation today. With ARMTECH's distinctive portfolio consisting of sheet metal design, ejection molding and patterns, carbon fiber, tool and die design, and engineering, Chuck is recognized as a Master level craftsman.

In the 1970s, Chuck completed a 5 year apprenticeship program and received his graduation credentials from The Chicago Pattern, Mold and Model Makers Joint Apprenticeship Committee. During his apprenticeship the coarse work ranged from design, engineering and machining fundamentals, to advanced mathematics, programming, and fabrication techniques.

In 1980 Chuck accepted a position with a Las Vegas-based tool and die company where he began his career. He advanced from Production and Design manager to V.P. of Manufacturing in just a few years, culminating in the management of over 25 machinists, pattern makers and tool designers. With responsibilities for their production output, training and work efficiencies, his efforts allowed the company to expand its operations and facilities. Chuck'™s patented form tool head (U.S. Pat # 5,020,407) allowed for the companies further advancement into untapped markets.

In 1998 Chuck decided to start his own business and founded ARMTECH, Inc. (Advanced Results Machine Technologies, Inc.), a manufacturing facility capable of producing many of the more €œcomplex€ product parts available in his market. His manufacturing accomplishments ranged from new '€œstate-of-the-art'€ first generation LED message boards for the Las Vegas strip to '€œultra-high'€ precision Carbon fiber models for racing wheels and aerial drones. The success of these types of projects afforded Chuck a reputation as one who can '€œdo the impossible'.

Over its 16 year history, ARMTECH has grown from a 1,500 sq./ft. facility with 1 CNC (Computer Numeric Controlled) Mill to a facility of nearly 12,000 sq./ft. with 7 CNC Machines ranging from Mills and Lathe to Production Saws and EDM€™s (Electrical Discharge Machine).

In addition to the manufacturing jobs he runs within ARMTECH, Chuck also enjoys working with other companies in a consulting role to help them with CNC set-up, problem solving, programming, and machinist training.