Quality American shearing manufacturers
Shearing consists of cutting flat metal stock in straight lines. Typically, this is done to cut sheet stock into smaller sizes in preparation for additional manufacturing processes.
The metal stock is placed on a shearing machine between two blades, and the upper blade is forced downward with pressure onto the lower blade to cut the stock. This process uses similar principles to scissors cutting paper.
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Our company continues to thrive by providing excellent support, manufacturing, quality, & satisfaction to our customers. As solution providers, our team at Continental Industries brings a multitude of experience from our manufacturing programs together to meet the individual needs of our customers. We are established experts at providing innovative, value added manufacturing services i.e. New Pro...Read more
Crest’s original facility was established in Wilmington, California in the same year. Crest quickly became one of the largest importers of structural steel on the west coast. Crest and Marubeni America Corporation, a large Japanese general trading company, established a joint venture company, Marcrest Pacific Company, to produce electric-resistance-welded light weight beams for the mobile home an...Read more
ARIA is designed as a job shop. Specializing in 1 pc. protoyping to 100,000 piece production runs using steel, aluminum and stainless sheet. Customer parts can be delivered complete, including plating, anodizing, wet paint or powder coat and silkscreening.
After World War II, Mr. Eldred started forming sheet metal for the rice producers in the Houston area. Around 1959, Mr. Eldred gave the business to his daughter Willie Mae and her husband Ben Boswell. They operated Eldred Sheet Metal until 1963 when they sold it to Cecil Callahan. Cecil continued to operate Eldred as a sheet metal fabrication shop for the next 30 years. In 1993, Milton Smoot, Sr....Read more
Effective March 27th, The Government of British Columbia released an Essential Services only directive to support the on-going containment of the Coronavirus. As a critical part of your supply chain, Enigma Interconnect is deemed an Essential Service and remains fully operational across our manufacturing sites and will continue to ship to all our customers. In support of our employees, families, ...Read more
Both companies served critical end markets where a focus on technology and capability drove significant growth. In 2014 the companies joined forces in order to leverage the strong manufacturing backbone of Chicagoland with technology-centric Silicon Valley. Today, united under one brand and company, GCM offers customers a single point of contact service while leveraging manufacturing and value-ad...Read more
An increase in business allowed another expansion back to Independence, MO to that facility of 48,000 square feet in 1991. In December of 2007, the facility moved to Pleasant Hill, MO, almost doubling our space to 89,000 square-feet. In 2013, ICF added on a 30,000 square-feet expansion giving our facility a total of 119,000 square-foot. Included in this new expansion are two additional truck dock...Read more
This is an internal fitting that remains concealed upon anchoring the wall flange to a section of our interior soffit systems. Our wall flanges serve multiple uses and can aid in certain field fabrications. To provide further attachment security and remove the option of tampering, our wall flanges are used at those points in which the soffit material starts or stops at a substrate. Simply attach ...Read more
Jones Metal Products has the in-house capability to form, trim, machine, laser cut, and heat treat a host of materials. Our vision in the 1920’s as a stamping and enameling company was to develop a tool and die shop to produce our own stamping dies. When hydroforming was becoming a more prominent forming process at the company we scaled our shop and invested in machinists who became experts in th...Read more
Here you will learn about some of our machinery so you can get you a better idea of our capabilities. The opportunities are unlimited because we have strategically outfitted ourselves with specific machines such as lasers, waterjets and plasma cutters. We now have the ability to cut or machine every type of material out there. Do you have a job requiring Stainless Steel? We’ve got you covered! Go...Read more
Another new innovative product is Sure Clamp Spiral a clamp together spiral system. Langdon has recently developed Sure Clamp Access (patent pending), a removable duct section. With new fire damper inspection requirements proper access to dampers create further challenges. It is next to impossible to properly maintain fire dampers unless you have adequate access to them, working through a small a...Read more
With processing centers that house some of the most precise slitting and cutting equipment available today, we offer complete flexibility for processing material and our systems are set up to provide close tolerance products at industry-leading yield rates. Our high-speed slitting equipment produces tight, uniform coils at production rates up to 1,600 ft. per minute, while our precision saw cutte...Read more
The M82-E Electric Tube End Forming Machines accept tubes up to 3" (76mm) in diameter. The M82-E has a servo driven, three, four, or six position rotary shuttle. These are easily programmable through the machine’s H.M.I. (Human Machine Interface). The ram is servo driven through a mechanical linkage system and also allows for independent stroke speed adjustment. The clamp system is a pneumatic li...Read more
The McShane Metal Products division is focused on innovation to meet the product needs of our customers and growth by building solid, long-lasting customer relationships. In 1980, McShane acquired Kartel Industries, a company that was known for milk box manufacturing in the dairy industry. Today, McShane is one of the few producers of the classic metal Milk Box. McShane Milk Boxes are available i...Read more
We offer high quality machine shop services including CNC machining, fabrication, custom manufacturing. Our Railroad Services and Products provide Class I railroads with progressive, smart solutions. The railroad ballast distribution systems we design and build, including our center mounted bi-directional ballast plow and our “Bobcat” sliding tarp covering system currently in use on ballast cars,...Read more
PEKO is an expert in high-level assemblies working with top-level medical and defense industry leaders. Mechanical and Electro-Mechanical assemblies are completed in one of two assembly buildings with program managers strategically managing builds of material with hundreds of parts. All builds are optimized for future builds to help our customers with cost-down opportunities. Electro-Mechanical a...Read more
Royal Metal Industries is a Kansas City steel supplier founded on October 12, 1990 by Mike Jacobs. In 1995 Royal Metal Industries opened their 24,000 square foot warehouse located on three acres, in south Kansas City. In 2010 Royal Metal Industries expanded adding two additional buildings, 6,000 square feet of office and retail space, thus increasing Royal Metal Industries’ footprint to 11 acres....Read more
SLEEGERS is North America's leading manufacturer of propane motor fuel tanks. SLEEGERS also provides electronically controlled propane injection conversion systems specifically designed to operate on today’s automotive engine platforms and operates a state-of-the-art propane vehicle conversion facility. The company manufactures and distributes automated propane cylinder exchange kiosks and indust...Read more
Whether you need start-up quantities for a prototype run, or help managing your inventory with “just in time” delivery, we’re here for you. We focus on commercial use of stainless and nickel alloys in aerospace, medical, and manufacturing applications. We serve end users in many industries, but we’re also trusted by some of the largest metal distributors to serve their customers.
These two priorities allow us to build quality, service and efficiency into all products, from design to delivery. In addition, our market focus provides certain design expertise that allows us to work closely with our customer’s engineering departments in product development. Some of the current markets we supply include: Material Handling, Light, Medium & Heavy-Duty Trailer, Agriculture, Afterm...Read more