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Wire Fabrications Manufacturers and Companies

IQS Directory provides a detailed list of wire fabricator manufacturers and suppliers. Find wire fabricator companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture wire fabricators to your specifications. Peruse our website to review and discover top wire fabricator manufacturers with roll over ads and complete product descriptions. Connect with the wire fabricator companies through our hassle-free and efficient request for quote form. You are provided company profiles, website links, locations, phone numbers, product videos, and product information. Read reviews and stay informed with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of fabricated fabricated wire products, cable fabrications, and fabricated wire of every type, IQS is the premier source for you.

  • Mystic, CT 800-723-7015

    Whether you are processing hamburger patties or sterile syringes, Acme Wire Products’ custom wire fabrications will hold up to repeated cycles and be a cost effective part of your mechanical assembly and specific needs. Acme would be glad to give you a quote on your project. Simply go to our helpful website, fill out the appropriate info and you will be contacted in no time.

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  • Kewanna, IN 574-653-2554

    Founded in 1960, Kewanna Metal Specialties is a family-owned corporation providing the highest quality in wire products and more, including allied services such as bending, welding, coining and powder coating. With top clients such as Yamaha and Ingersoll-Rand, Kewanna Metal Specialties offers wire forms in all types and sizes ranging from .060 to .626 diameter and even three-dimensional products.

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  • Fenton, MO 800-325-3770

    At Western Wire Products, we manufacture wire fasteners, electrical and plumbing supplies and custom wire forms. We have been manufacturing wire products since 1914 and remained family owned and operated. When you send us a sketch, we can create a custom wire product to your specifications. We serve customers located all over the U.S., so call today with your wire form needs.

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  • Loves Park, IL 815-877-6000

    For over 30 years, Rockford Specialties has provided custom wire products and displays, 2D and 3D CNC wire forming, as well as resistance, MIG, TIG and robotic welding. POP displays, racks, brackets, shelves, grids and hooks. Supplying to OEM, medical and retail. Industries served include food service, consumer products, medical supply, and more.

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  • Bedford Park, IL 708-563-1700

    Wire products are our specialty! We are located in Bedford Park, IL, but we are committed to serving customers wherever they need us most! We put our experience into each and every business encounter in hopes of turning first time customers into longtime connections. Call us today!

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  • Thomaston, GA 706-647-1162

    Chief Manufacturing’s diversity of capabilities has rapidly grown to include the capacity to produce wire bent and flat steel components, robotic welded components, plastic injected parts, and powder coated finished components to a wide array of markets. What has remained the same is the family ownership and the drive to continue Chief’s legacy into the next generations.

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ARTICLES AND PRESS RELEASES

Acme Wire Helps Jump Start Three Rivers Community College Sheet Metal Program

EAMA member Acme Wire Products has donated a wire-forming machine to Three Rivers Community College (TRCC) to support TRCC’s Metal Fabrication Certificate program being developed with funds from a US Department of Labor grant. Acme Wire will provide the equipment, wire, and tooling, plus assistance in programming the machine. For more information on Acme Wire, visit their website at acmewire.com. For more information on the US Department of Labor grant supporting the development of the TRCC Metal Fabrication Certificate program, click here.  ... Read More

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Wire Fabrications

Wire fabrications include all parts and components produced by bending, cutting, welding or otherwise altering the state and shape of wire components. Also known as wire forms, these objects are extremely diverse and used in a range of industries. Wire products are vital to the success of music, electronics and electricity, lighting, plumbing, parts manufacturing, food processing, medical, agricultural, automotive, aerospace, material handling and machining industries among others.

Wire fabrications include wire hooks, clips, pins, rings and other fastening devices as well as wire displays such as shelves, racks and grids. Wire baskets are also used as displays and organizational tools as well as for water or air filtration. Wire screens also block and remove debris from an air or water source as do wire guards which offer increased worker safety in many industrial. The use of wire has become increasingly popular as such parts are lightweight with excellent airflow, inexpensive and easily produced. Accessibility is also expanded through the use of wire fabrications which are commonly available in standard or stock forms. Custom wire fabrication is also provided at many manufacturing and retail locations though services may vary considerably among facilities. As technology increases so do the production capabilities of wire forming and assembly operations which produce ever smaller and more complex components.

To accommodate a growing need for wire fabrications, such products are made out of a number of different materials. Ferrous, non-ferrous and even precious metals are commonly used in the creation of wire parts. Brass, stainless steel, steel, iron, titanium, tungsten copper, aluminum, nickel, platinum and virtually any type of metal may be used in the production of wire. Plastic wire is also available, though less common and often times less applicable. There are several contributing factors that must be considered when selecting a wire material. Such features include ductility, malleability, electrical and thermal conductivity, tensile and impact strength, magnetism, dimensions and corrosion resistance. The processing techniques employed on a wire form should also be of concern as they will impact the aforementioned qualities as well as the final product. Wire is created when stock materials are drawn or forced through a series of progressively smaller dies which trim the material to a predetermined diameter. These thin, long strands of metal have a round, oval or shaped cross-section as desired. Coil making or roll forming is the next step in the process which creates stock metal shapes that may then be straightened, bent, cut or otherwise treated. Secondary treatments such as painting, annealing, coating and more heighten the versatility of wire fabrications and it is important to be certain that wire parts are fabricated and finished in a manner that will suit the environment in which they will be used.

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