RTAT Precision Machining was founded in 2008 by Steve Burt and Jason Thibault. RTAT stands for rapid-turn-aroundtime and the company manufactures small-to-medium-sized, complex components for the aerospace, bio-medical and automotive industries. RTAT is a high precision, close-tolerance machine shop offering precision Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machining services, screw machine services and traditional machining including CNC milling, drilling and CNC turning.

VEDA provided partial financing to help RTAT expand into a new 4,800 square-foot facility in Georgia. The company plans to add three new full-time positions over the next three years.