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Fabricated Metal Product Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory implements a thorough list of fabricated metal product manufacturers and suppliers. Utilize our listing to examine and sort top fabricated metal product manufacturers with previews of ads and detailed descriptions of each product. Any fabricated metal product company can design, engineer, and manufacture fabricated metal products to meet your companies specific qualifications. An easy connection to reach fabricated metal product companies through our fast request for quote form is provided on our website. The company information includes website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information. Customer reviews are available and product specific news articles. This source is right for you whether it's for fabricated steel products, sheet metal fabricated products, and fabricated metal products industry.

Leading Companies:

  • Allenton, WI 262-251-1632

    Maysteel provides complex sheet metal fabrication with a focus on design for manufacturing. Founded in 1936, we combine our extensive engineering experience and market knowledge with an expanding supply chain footprint, allowing us to fabricate products that others can’t. We design, engineer and manufacture custom OEM sheet metal enclosures, kiosks, cabinets and racks. We have locations in the U.S. and Mexico, as well as partnerships in Europe. For more information, visit www.maysteel.com.

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  • Holland, MI 616-399-9970

    With over 30 years of experience, and a family line of experienced leadership, Impact Fab is your go-to choice for metal fabrication. We build our products tough and durable, made only with the best materials available. We work directly with our customers to offer custom-solutions to their needs. Our specialty is in short-run production, prototyping, and machine building. We offer water jet cutting, laser cutting and forming, CNC machining, design and engineering, and metal fabrication and assembly.

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  • Union Grove, WI 262-878-4220

    At M & W Shops, our mission is to continually improve through the utilization of best practices, workforce empowerment and the latest technology in order to be your top source for metal fabrication. Since 1972, our team has proven ourselves over and over again with projects varying from CNC shearing to punching and burning. Call us today to apply our advantage to all your custom metal fabricating needs.

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  • Ontario, NY 585-265-3000

    For 70 years, Weco Manufacturing has been at the forefront of contact manufacturing. We are capable of machining, precision machining, fabricating, finishing, assembly, 3-D model printing. and 5-axis machining. Our fabricating services include shearing, punching, laser cutting, deburring, forming, welding, spot welding, hardware insertion, and orbital riveting. We use steel, brass, tantalum, and stainless steel. We take pride and interest in accomplishing custom orders, and we succeed in crafting products that fit the needs of every customer we have.

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  • Oak Ridge, TN 865-481-0455

    MSC has the technical expertise for collaboration on new product ideas, customer solutions, and manufacturing. Many of the products manufactured are made in small batches for prototyping and testing, prior to full production. The ability to develop, manufacture, and support bespoke solutions, puts MSC at a significant advantage in the market. We offer many flexible services around product design, engineering, prototyping, and manufacturing to fit your needs.

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Fabricated Metal Products Industry Information

Fabricated Metal Products

Fabricated metal products are metal parts that are combined, shaped or otherwise processed to create a useful product. Fabrication is a blanket term for many metalworking processes; these include rolling, punching, stamping, sintering, welding, machining and many others.

Fabrication is a secondary metalworking process. Primary processes involve forming raw metal materials into shapes; extrusion and molding are both primary processes. Metal fabricators take extrusions and molded metals and weld them together, bend them and cut them to size. Nearly all products of primary metalworking processes require secondary processing to some extent before they become usable. For example, metal plates don’t become hinges until their edges are bent, holes are drilled or punched and pins are inserted to connect them. Bar stock and small metal rods don’t become fasteners until they are machined and slotted. Fabrication services are essential to a long list of industrial operations including the automotive, aerospace, marine, construction, engineering, plumbing, petrochemical exploration and development, food and beverage and commercial product industries. Fabricated metal products are prominent features of most bridges, airplanes, ships and buildings. Smaller metal fabrications are also important parts of water tanks, electrical wiring enclosures, metal cabinets, frames, brackets, panels, outdoor grills and even sculptures.

Fabricated metal products are produced by fabrication processes. These processes range in complexity, expense and labor intensity and can be used to create stock products and custom fabrications. Roll formers, for example, involve long series of rollers in different configurations that are used to bend raw metal into useful products. Roll forming can be a completely automated process once the rollers have been configured. Roll formers are often managed by advanced computer software that monitors and controls the movement and positioning of the rollers, ensuring the closest possible relationship between product concept and reality. On the other end of the labor intensity spectrum are processes like press braking, which require the constant attention of trained technicians. Press brakes are essentially indented work benches above which are suspended movable pressing tools. The pressing tools are shaped to match the indentation in the workbench, so when a sheet of metal is positioned between the pressing tool and the working surface, the metal is pressed into the indentation, forcing it to take the indentation’s shape. A technician is generally required to manually position the metal and operate the pressing tool in this process. Other processes that involve moderate labor intensiveness are semi-automated robotic welding and mechanical punching processes.



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