CIA report on tooling and machine production in Russia (year 1951): http://www.foia.cia.gov/sites/default/files/document_conversions/89801/DOC_0000232459.pdf
Still surviving, or new tooling/machine building plants:
Stankoprom, Savelovsky Engineering Plant, Public Corporation «VNIIINSTRUMENT», VNITEP, Scientific and Technical Association «IRE-Polus», SP Donpressmash, Тjаzhmеkhprеss, SASTA, Stankozavod TBS, Moscow Tool-Manufacturing Plant MIZ, Moscow Machine-Tools Plan «MSZ-SALUTE», Krasnodar Machine Building Plant «Sedin», Ryazan Machine Tool Works, Vladimir Machine Building Plant «TECHNICA», STERLITAMAK MACHINE-TOOL ENTERPRISE (STAN GROUP), NIIizmereniya, Kirovgrad hard alloys plant (KZTS), Tyazhpressmash, Ivanovo Heavy-Duty Machine Tool Building Plant.
"Deputy Industry and Trade Minister Sergei Tsyb has listed Russian sectors that offer the most potential in terms of import substitution: In the machine tool industry, imports reach 90 percent; in heavy machine engineering, from 60 to 80 percent; in the electronics industry, from 80 to 90 percent. By the estimation of the Russian Industry and Trade Ministry, if the import substitution policy is successfully implemented, Russia's reliance on Western suppliers for the most "critical" industries can be expected to decline from 70–90 to 50–60 percent by 2020. Complete import substitution is impossible, so in addition to setting up equivalent domestic production, Russia will have to look for new suppliers.
Military cooperation with the West was on the wane even before the conflict in Ukraine began. From 2012 onward, the Russian Defense Ministry did not sign any new large contracts for European military products. Furthermore, in August 2013, a regulation was passed banning the use of foreign machine tools if their Russian equivalents were available; the aim of this move was to revive the destroyed Soviet machine tool industry and to raise the share of Russian-made equipment to one third of the industry's requirement. Efforts were made to gradually end the practice of repairing Russian ships at foreign shipyards." - http://rbth.com/defence/2014/12/27/russian_defense_sector_eyes_change_of_focus_to_limit_effect_of_sancti_42601.html
"Russian government plans to provide up to RUB 6 billion ($170 million) in subsidies for the establishment of production of technical textile and nonwovens machinery in different parts of the country by 2016. It is planned that the funds will be distributed among the leading Russian machinery producers by Stankoprom holding, one of Russia’s largest producers of machinery......" - long article on machine building and tooling plans by Russian gov. - http://www.nonwovens-industry.com/issues/2015-01-01/view_features/russian-government-solving-machinery-shortage-problem