Great Lakes Castings, LLC was founded in 1945 and has been in continuous operation since April 1946. We have been producing high quality gray iron castings for over a half a century. Great Lakes Castings, LLC built our reputation as one of the nation’s premier high production domestic foundries, and continues to do so today. We serve clients throughout the majority of North America. Located in beautiful Ludington, Michigan, Great Lakes Castings, LLC is located on 26 acres with a 160,000-square foot foundry. Unlike our competitors, Great Lakes Castings, LLC is committed to timing and quality. That’s why we are focused on providing you with the shortest lead times possible. Your production orders are produced and shipped in 4 weeks or less.
Comtec Mfg., Inc. is a privately held corporation, established in 1987. Producing a wide range of highly engineered powdered metal parts and sub-assemblies, we pride ourselves on having a low-cost mass production method of manufacturing high quality, strong, complex parts. Our manufacturing facility located in St. Marys, Pennsylvania houses a full complement of state-of-the-art equipment and technology. With on-site molding equipment which ranges from 4 tons up to 250 tons, and includes a series of multi-action presses.
As a pacesetter in the wire cloth industry, Newark Wire Cloth Company, strives to provide helpful and timely service, supply the highest quality wire cloth, and produce top quality parts at competitive prices. We aim to be the standard of excellence in wire cloth products, providing a safe and rewarding livelihood for our co-workers. Our products come in many different forms, including, aerospace, pharmaceutical, food, chemical, automotive, medical, environmental, and many others.
When it comes to wire forming and stamping services, Active Wireworks is a family owned company committed to our customer’s highest standards. Our strengths lie in the design, manufacturing, and engineering for wire formed products and we strive to be the best among our competition. We have over 35 years of personal experience in the industry. Let us show you why Active Wireworks will meet and exceed your expectations.
Since 1958, Cardinal Manufacturing Company has been a leader in custom roll forming. Our family owned and operated company produces high quality roll formed parts such from metal channels to steel angles, we specialize in manufacturing roll formed parts according to our customers’ design and specifications.
As our name implies, Superior Roll forming is a top TS 16949, ISO 14001 and ISO 9001 certified roll formers in the United States. Our product solutions include Laser Welded Composite Section, Integrated Assemblies Roll Formed Profiles, Ultra High Strength Steels, and Hollow Welded Shapes. We are located in Valley City, Ohio and we recently doubled our size with a new 85,000 square foot warehouse. This new expansion houses finished goods and a climate controlled sub-assembly department.
Roller Die is a leading, ISO 9001:2008 certified, roll former and producer of standard and custom roll formed parts. Our products include roll formed Angles, Channels, Cee Sections, Hat Sections, and Z sections. We have been in the business for over 85 years and our locations in Kentucky, Florida, Georgia, California, and Mexico serve our customers worldwide. Our employees have been thoroughly trained in all aspects of the roll form process, and together have nearly 200 years of cumulative experience. This means that our customers get unmatched levels of service, quality and value every time they work with us.
Hygrade Components is the industry leader in roll formed plastics, laser-wielded air spacers, screen frames, warn edge spacer alternatives, muntin bars, steel sash stiffeners, window screen components, and other accessories for windows and doors. We are headquarted in Bethlehem, PA, and have other plants in Oregon, Tennessee, and New York in order to better serve our customers. We strive to make sure that our products are value added products that increase manufacturing productivity and reduce waste and labor.
Copper spinning is the process of creating a rounded copper object on a spinning metal lathe. Some factories still employ the use of individual human spinners to shape the copper pieces. Other factories have switched out human spinners for machine-operated spinning machines, which can create more precise and exact results from the metal every time.
Spin forming is the process of creating shaped metal pieces, usually rounded in shape, on a lathe or with other metal spinning tools. Spun metal has surprising strength and can be made into a variety of shapes. Although many factories use molds, rollers, or presses to create metal objects, many factories still use the process of spin forming aluminum. Spun aluminum pieces have the strength of the original metal plus additional strength provided by the shaping process. Spinning aluminum is a low-tech manufacturing option that still produces superior results over more high-tech solutions, which is one of the reasons why it is still so prevalent today. Many metal spinning factories create similar pieces, some of which can include: