SevenCubed - 12:36 am on Sep 28, 2012 (gmt 0)
I couldn't see my screen very well when I posted earlier from my mobile but now that I'm back on desktop...the single word I came up with was "fabrication" but I see Gibble has already suggested it.
Something that is important to take into consideration of course is regional slang and also that younger people's vocabulary tends to be limited so they might use the word "make" -- knowing your audience is important here.
Just to expand on Gibble's suggestion and after looking at suggested search terms in a drop down box...
I would say: specialized-fabrication-technologies.html -- that covers the main and supporting theme.
Follow it up with a title and/or meta description tag that varies around the theme in case you miss the target: "Our Fabrication Company Has Specialized Tools, Technologies, And Equipment To Get Your Invention Ideas To Work For You" (something along that line of thinking). And needless to say a healthy balance of density (3%) and prominence (75%) which is all inclusive your meta title, meta keyword, meta description, as well as paragraph content.
There is a good opportunity here to attract clients that may still be in the thought stage -- those who are searching for "invention ideas" -- if you can rank for that term alongside your targeted one you have the potential to help an entrepreneur find her manufacturer before she even has her idea yet. You can also cater to that person: "Are you searching for invention ideas? Have you considered the manufacturing process yet? Call our shop for friendly advice".
I might be able to dream something up tonight (literally) and if yes I'll post it tomorrow otherwise that's the best I can come up with.
Afterthoughts...I like "engineering" too but it is an expensive and intimidating sounding word, ohh scary says the young mind, "fabrication, build, make, invent", are more friendly and inviting words for a younger audience.
Know your audience!