Quality American punching manufacturers
Punching consists of creating a hole through a metal piece via a punch press tool. These holes can be of various sizes and shapes, including circular, rectangular, and triangular.
In order to punch, the metal piece is placed into the machine with a die in the desired shape underneath. When the press pushes through the metal piece, it will leave a hole in the die's shape behind. Punching is a very cost effective process to quickly create holes in metal stock at high volumes.
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Operating from our facility in Northern Indiana, MSM is dedicated to embracing the demands of our customers. Now with more than 20 years of manufacturing experience for a broad variety of industries we have developed into a leading service center providing various aluminum alloys, galvanized and hot rolled steel in common gauges and pattern sizes. We are committed to providing quality products an...Read more
We have qualified engineers on the ground at all of our partner factories. Our established infrastructure means that our customers benefit from excellent supplier relationships, reliable logistics, onsite presence, and competitive prices. Due to our volume, we are able to service small, medium and large orders efficiently and at lower costs. We understand the people, policies, customs and protoco...Read more
Each version had an overall width of 8" and cut lengths ranging from 36"-110". Our color technicians also devised and tested various formulas to match the white, blue and gray of the original parts. Color comparisons verified that we reached a delta E of less than 1.5, a difference relatively imperceptible to the human eye. During production, vision inspections monitored 5 parameters critical to ...Read more
R&M Manufacturing Co., LLC is a contract manufacturer of high-quality precision metal stampings and fabricated metal products. Our processes use automated punch presses to produce precision stampings. Fabricated metal products are processed by laser cutting, CNC turret punching, press brake forming, hardware insertion, and welding. We strive to meet our customers’ quality and delivery requirement...Read more
With 60 acres of gold claim in Southern California desert having a plan of operation from the department of interior, we can run heavy equipment and run tests on the products that we manufacture. It is the little things we do that are unseen that add to the superior quality factor of our products. For instance:
Unlike standard stretch wrap machines or shrink wrappers that wrap product to product, the orbital technology of the TAB WRAPPER TORNADO allows product to be wrapped on a horizontal axis while never having to be removed from the forks of a forklift. The wrap applied by the TAB WRAPPER TORNADO safely secures the load to the pallet with a protective layer or film providing greater stability and pro...Read more
Triad Products welcomes your inquiries for both simple components and complex parts, where a combination of materials and processes are brought together. We are proud that our design innovations have been issued United States Patents on assembly designs. We can generally assist you with manufacturing methods or designs which will reduce your cost. Let our Engineering Department help you with your...Read more
Tri-City Extrusion, Inc. (TCE) headquartered in Bristol, Tennessee specializes in the production of precision aluminum extrusions in hollow and solid profiles for a variety of market applications. TCE has served the Residential and Commercial Construction, Engineered Fabricated Shapes, Horse Trailer, Truck Trailer, Service Center & Distribution, Solar & Renewable Energy, Military, and Material Ha...Read more
Wabash got its start as an injection molder producing parts for our sister company, Cresline Plastic Pipe Co., and quickly branched out to injection mold parts for other OEMs. As our expertise and experience grew, we continued to invest in injection molding technologies such as 2K / multi-shot molding, gas assist, and automation. Today, Wabash Plastics has over 58 injection molding machines, many...Read more
Watteredge, LLC is a leading manufacturer of High Current Conductors including: Battery and Custom Bus Bar Copper Connectors, Engineered Furnace Secondary Power Connectors, Bus Bar Systems, Laminated Shunts, Water Cooled Power Cables, Resistance Welding Cables, High Current DC Switches, Industrial Rubber Hose and Tubing, and a wide variety of custom engineered products.
Robert Clark with only eight years of formal education was forced to leave school to help provide for his family in the 8th grade. He had a series of jobs that taught him machining and die making skills. He also developed a strong character centered on dependability and honesty. In 1974 Bob decided to start his own little business drilling, tapping and punching holes. He named it The Hole Shop. A...Read more
At Aero Manufacturing we use a VZ1 – a five-axis cutting machine from Mitsubishi – to fit a wide range of complex laser applications. This three-dimensional laser cutting system provides ultimate accuracy and flexibility. With a processing envelope measuring 10 feet in the X-axis, 7 feet in the Y-axis, and 3 feet in the Z-axis. The machine also has a W-Axis range of +/- 360 degrees and a U-axis r...Read more
AJL Manufacturing was established over 45 years ago by Al Porter, Jerry Pavlovych, and Lou Spence, whom immediately maintained a day-to-day, hands-on-presence. Their efforts ensured our foundation was built upon strong relationships with both large and small customers from all over the nation, including stringent, quality-conscious companies such as Eastman Kodak, Xerox, Chiron Diagnostics, and P...Read more
Prior to starting AGAPE, David had spent 21 years at a local belt/hose distributor working his way up to a sales position. David noticed that while they did a few gaskets for their belt and hose customers, it was only a small value added service. The company he worked for was not really set up to make gaskets and therefore were not very good at it.
ARK Engineering was incorporated in 1995 to support the expansion of the company in areas of new technology and international markets. Many of our clients are expanding their operations into different areas of the world and as a result, ARK Engineering has provided worldwide engineering services to these clients.