What We Can Do For You
We are experts at turning metal into parts and products. While we are primarily focused on manufacturing parts and products that require welding, we can offer many other services as well. Below is a list of some of our processes and services.
Laser Sheet Cutting
Our laser cutters are capable of precision cutting steel and other metals up to half an inch thick. Beautiful cuts and special nesting software maximize yields from each sheet of material.
Laser Tube Cutting
Need a part made from square, round or rectangular metal tubing? We have you covered with our laser tube cutting services.
Fast with beautiful cuts. Tube cutting has never been easier.
We are a welding-focused part fabrication company. Your parts will be welded using state-of-the-art robotic welders. Our robots guarantee beautiful, strong and perfect welds every single time.
And because our welding robots are specifically designed to be easy to program, we can even accept smaller batch orders that other companies simply cannot handle.
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Do your parts need to be powder coated as well? Most shops outsource powder coating but we do it in-house.
Any color, any texture, any material.
We powder coat thousands of parts each week and we have the processes and skills to paint beautiful parts for you as well.
Our powder coating operation is well suited for smaller batch sizes as well as larger runs.
Our founder has been manufacturing products for over 30 years. As a result, we have developed some interesting design skills that lead to long-term savings.
Our primary skill is called "design for manufacturability" and it involves a combination of art and science to design parts that are easy to make, fabricate and assemble.
Bending / Forming
Many of the parts we manufacture require some form of bending or forming to turn a flat piece of metal into a 3D shape.
From simple bends to more complex multi-step bends, we can handle parts from very small to large.
Some parts are not suited for cutting with a laser and this is where the waterjet is most useful.
We have ours set up to run primarily softer materials like composites, plastics, and foams.
However we can also run materials like thick aluminum and other materials not suited for laser cutting.