Custom and Production Metal Fabrications
For almost 30 years, engineers, industrial designers, architects, project managers and entrepreneurs have been coming to us with their challenging custom metal fabrication projects. We've learned a lot about how to take products from the drawing board to production, and developed really innovative ways to approach projects so that in the end, we've added value.
Metal fabricating is part science, part art. For the "science" part, we've invested heavily in the most technologically advanced equipment for CNC machining, laser cutting, metal forming equipment and CAD software. That's sometimes the easy part.
The bigger challenge comes when the project hits the production floor. That's when our manufacturing engineers really elevate your project. They continuously assess and adjust the production line - creating more efficient and cost-effective ways to manufacture your component. But when you've got the experienced craftsmen working the metal - welding, cutting, bending, polishing, coating and joining - that's where the "art" part shines through. When we've got all that incredible experience and attention to detail, high quality control standards are a given. Contact us for a quote on your next project, or call us to schedule a tour of our 130,000 s.f. modern manufacturing facility.
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Specializing In Stainless Steel, Sheet Metal and Alloy Fabrications
- Capabilities include fully-automated CNC laser cutting, CNC punching, CNC panel bending & 5-axis milling machine along with conventional fabricating processes.
- Services include product development, rapid prototyping, & inventory management.
- Markets include OEMs in a range of industries including energy, retail, architectural, agriculture, mining, commercial appliance & food production equipment.
- Materials include carbon steel, stainless steel, & aluminum up to 3/8 in. thick.
Talk To Our Estimating Team
If you're in the early stages of planning for your project, give our estimating team a call. Engineers, project managers and designers have leveraged our experience in working with all types of metal to deliver proof-of-concept and a fully developed project ready to hit the production line.
No matter where your project is in the development process, we're able to recommend strategies to reduce material and production costs.