Quality American forging manufacturers
Forging consists of shaping metal by applying external force to the material such as hammering, pressing, or rolling. In many cases, the metal is heated during the forging process, although forging can also be done at room temperatures (i.e. cold forging). Secondary finishing processes are usually required. Forging is used in the automotive, aerospace, defense, and manufacturing industries.
Forging can result in components that are stronger than those produced via casting or machining with many shape varieties and minimal waste. The operational costs of forging are lower than other methods but come with significant capital costs for equipment and facilities.
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Piedmont Machine & Mfg, A division of Elomi, Inc. specializes in high precision CNC machining with a global resource to produce and supply OEM components.
A quote is then provided to the customer and, if accepted, the company will design, engineer and produce dies at the customer’s expense. Once the dies are finished, a sample forged component is produced and sent to the customer for final sign off before full scale production begins.
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Being a fastener job shop that produces new and different fasteners every day, attention to detail is key. Spring Bolt has developed a quality system that insures all requirements for an order are upheld throughout every step of the manufacturing process. Spring Bolt also holds multiple quality certificates including API Q1 and ISO 9001:2015. Spring Bolt also holds The American Petroleum Institut...Read more
LOTT has established a solid reputation as a trusted provider of superior cast, forged, fabricated and machined components to industrial OEM manufacturers across a multitude of industries. With offices in both the United States and Asia, we are uniquely able to offer our customers the cost advantages of international sourcing with the added security of a domestic supplier. Our best practices of t...Read more
Gas plants, oil rigs, coal-fired plants, solar facilities, require Many different grades of pipes, flanges, and fittings that perform under technically challenging conditions. These include temperature extremes, high-pressure environments, moisture, and corrosion. Whatever the issue we have a solution— and the expertise to supply what you need to the specifications required without fail. Whether ...Read more
ARZ Machining was founded in 1991 as a family owned CNC job shop in Grafton, Wisconsin. In 2007 two long-time employees took over ownership and worked tirelessly to transform ARZ Machining into what it is today. The transformation started with an upgrade to the CAD/CAM software and replacing aging machinery with modern, more efficient equipment to increase overall quality of work. As the company ...Read more
CM International is a contract machining and manufacturing company founded in 1993 in Chicago and services customers all over the world. We offer a variety of mechanical parts, engineering, warehousing, and logistics services in strategic locations to our customers. We specialized in Machining, Casting, Forging, Cold Forming and Plastic parts.
Our father founded G&W in 1932, initially specializing in stove and spare parts. Since then, we have grown to become one of the industry leaders in global manufacturing. Based in Massachusetts with facilities in Indiana, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey, G&W has been a key supply chain partner providing critical metal casting components, on time and in specification, to thousands of companies of all ...Read more
We provide numerous engineering procedures. We work within the manufacturability, mechanical, electrical, and electromechanical engineering disciplines. Engineering processes we offer are also wide ranging. We skillfully handle multiple product engineering services and systems engineering, including control systems and turnkey automation systems. And our services do not end there-we offer a full ...Read more
Old Dutchman’s Wrought Iron, Inc. has produced quality architectural metalwork for private home owners and corporate businesses. Old Dutchman’s Wrought Iron, Inc. is a family run business with first generation and second generation working side by side to design, fabricate and install your metalwork.
We then set about assembling the piece through process of MIG and stick welding. For this particular client, we generate rooftop access ladders up to 34' in height, with a 3/8" x 2.5" flat bar with ¾" round rungs, and 3/8" x 2" stand-off brackets.
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Our Quality Assurance Experts start by thoroughly auditing each factory before approving it as a SIGMA OEM manufacturer. They examine every facet of the operation from the procurement of raw materials to the maintenance of equipment through the manufacturing process. SIGMA OEM stations engineers at all factories to provide continuous technical support and frequent quality assurance inspections. F...Read more
Utica Metal Products’ cloisonné emblems are produced from a copper based alloy that is die-struck (stamped) in multiple steps to achieve the desired size and shape. Features are then filled with colored powdered glass. The emblem is fired at high temperatures to melt the powder and fuse the glass to the metal. The excess surface glass is removed and the emblem is re-fired to produce an even layer...Read more
Even after manufacturing is complete, we store all of our finished work in designated areas at specified temperatures, ensuring our products are delivered to our clients without distortions. We also invite you to contact Our team to inquire after any of our additional service options, which include, but are not limited to, rubber to metal bonding, anodizing, and Fast-Track prototyping. From aircr...Read more
Co. in Hagerstown, MD. A product line, one of them being the “Twirlit” paper hole punch was manufactured there. Upon arrival of WWII, machinery was retooled to run defense contracts for Fairchild also located in Hagerstown. This work kept Mitchell busy up into the mid-1950′s. About that time Jim retired from the day to day operations and Pete Wagaman, his brother, took over.
The optimal method to manufacture a particular component is not always obvious. Often we can propose alternative approaches which can result in better part performance as well as lower cost. It is the ability to think out of the box that has led to our success. We look forward to helping you with your next challenging application.