Our Approach

We strive to always provide outstanding customer service and high quality work on each of our projects.  We are willing to go above and beyond to satisfy each of our customer's needs. Our reputation is important to us, and we never let a project leave the door without first inspecting and passing our quality control standards.

Our Story

We are two guys from Tennessee who worked together on several projects over the years and decided to join forces and start our own machine shop.  We are building a company dedicated to machining excellence.  Our decades of experience in the industry enable us to handle your project with ease and gives you the peace of mind that your job will be well executed.


Tennessee Tool Works is a member of the Rutherford Co. Chamber of Commerce.

Get to Know Us...

Our tool & die makers/machinists have decades of experience in machining and tool & die work in design, production, and repair.  You may click any of the links below for direct contact with our team.

Jason Washam

Owner / Superman
CNC Machinist / Tool & Die Maker

Email Jason

Joseph Thornell

Owner / Mr. President
CNC Machinist / Tool & Die Maker

Email Joe

Sheila Washam

Operations & Administrative Services Manager

Email Sheila

Jill Thornell

Human Resources / Communications

Email Jill

Parker Washam

CNC Machinist
Certified Welder

Josh Proctor

CNC Machinist
Mold Maker
"Brew Master Flash"

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Garry Love

CNC Machinist
Welder / Fabricator
"Team Roper"

Robert Darr

CNC Machinist

John Person

CNC Machinist & Programmer
"Johnny Beans"

Joseph Hunt

Shop Assistant / CNC Machinist Apprentice "Spicy Red"

Tony Doric

CNC Machinist
"Bass Master"

Jack Murdock

Shop Assistant / CNC Machinist Apprentice "Jake"

Need a Quote?

We are more than happy to provide a quote for any job big or small.  Just click the button and fill out our quote form, and someone will contact you shortly.

Join Our Team

We are looking to grow our team!  Tennessee Tool Works is a great place to strengthen your knowledge in the machining industry. It doesn't matter if you are new, fresh out of trade school or a seasoned machinist; there is always room to improve and build your skill level.