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Sheet Metal Fabricating Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory is a top industrial directory listing of leading industrial sheet metal fabricating companies and suppliers. Access our comprehensive index to review and source sheet metal fabricating companies with preview ads and detailed product descriptions. These sheet metal fabricating companies can design, engineer and provide sheet metal fabricating services to your specifications and application need. A quick and easy to use request for quote form is provided for you to contact these sheet metal fabricating companies and suppliers. Each company has detailed profile information, locations, phone number, website links, product videos and product information defined. Read customer reviews and product specific news articles. We are the right resource for your information requirement whether its for a manufacturer of imperial welding sheets, metal bvh sheet metals, fabricators arc welding sheet metals.

  • 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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  • Union Grove, WI 262-878-4220

    In business since 1972, our team at M & W Shops can assist you with all of your sheet metal fabricating needs. Capabilities include custom work, design assistance, volume production, and more. With a state-of-the-art facility and a vast inventory of materials, you can count on M & W to meet the needs and specifications of your project. Visit our website to learn more about what we can do for you.

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  • Cicero, IL 773-432-4720

    Accurate has been providing metal fabrication to OEM's and job shops for over 65 years. We engineer, perforate, and fabricate to the most precise specifications for the most demanding companies. We offer a full range of metal customization and fabrication capabilities that bring your design to reality. Our abilities range from forming and laser-cutting to punching and welding.

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  • Gurnee, IL 847-855-9200

    American Industrial Company offers premium sheet metal fabricating and outstanding customer service to go with it. We have been in the business since 1981 and we continue to lead the industry when it comes to cutting edge technology and high quality fabrication. Contact us today for more information or explore our website to see all our products and services.

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  • Tucson, AZ 520-887-1727

    Abrams Airborne is a leading sheet metal fabricator for the military, commercial and aerospace industries. We will provide you with top-quality customer service and support, so call us today for all of your sheet metal fabrication needs! We have been a family-run business since 1965.

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  • Dayton, OH 937-224-0868

    Budde Sheet Metal Works, founded in 1922, has become a leading provider of sheet metal fabrication services. We fabricate machine guards, control boxes, frames, duct work and more. We provide our customers with outstanding customer service, on-time delivery and quality products.

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  • Bristol, WI 262-891-3888

    Prestige manufactures with stainless steel every day and often uses aluminum and brass materials as well. We have experience and equipment to cut, form, weld and punch along with many other operations. We are a contract manufacturer specializing in sheet metal fabrication. Call us today with your hardest project and we’ll get the job done.

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Sheet Metal Fabricating Industry Information

Sheet Metal Fabricating

Sheet metal fabricating is the process of stretching and compressing metal materials into thin sheets. Generally, sheet metal is created by compressing the metal between two rollers. Once compressed, the metal can then be drawn, cut, punched or stretched. Undergoing these processes gives sheet metal different surfaces, shapes and sizes.

Sheet metal fabricating is the process that uses large rollers to make the large sheets of metal commonly used in metal working.  However, it may also involve several different individual processes. The general process consists of forming, cutting, finishing and assembling the sheet metal. Common fabrication processes include stretching, drawing, bending, cutting, punching and spinning. Stretching is the process by which sheet metal is clamped around edges and stretched to make various products, including car doors. Drawing and deep drawing are stamping processes that make flat sheet metal into various three dimensional forms. Bending involves straining sheet metal by moving it about a linear axis on a neutral plane. Cutting changes the size of the sheet and can also be used to cut the metal into various shapes. Punches, in comparison, perforate the sheet and cut specific shapes out of the metal. Spinning is applied to produce tubular shaped pieces of metal. Further processes can include shearing, decambering, ironing, laser-cutting, perforating, rolling, stamping and wheeling.


All of these fabrication processes result in sheet metal products that are in high demand for their durability, strength and sleek aesthetics. Sheet metal products range in size and material. Examples of sheet metal products include metal cabinets, roof domes, car doors and dryer vents, to name a few. Sheet metal fabricating is a far reaching process whose products serve a vast market. Due to the wide variety of products and the ability to order custom or standards parts, there is no one technique or process through which sheet metal products are manufactured. In addition, because of the specific function of each product, each piece requires a careful design and precise execution. Modern developments such as CNC, or computer numeric control, help make fabricating metals easier. CNC machining uses a software program to control the movements of the tools and equipment, resulting in precise designs while reducing material and labor costs. Fabricators can often reuse previously manufactured sheet metal to lower cost. The industries that utilize such products include the food industry, aerospace, automotive, aircraft, construction, storage, telecommunications, computers, military and medical equipment.

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