Monday, April 23, 2012


In addition to satisfying the metal fabrication needs of our customers, our customers depend on us to assemble and pack our metal components with a vast array of other supplied components, such as vacuum form, graphics, plastics, and wood.

A large portion of our facility is devoted to this critical activity. This saves our customers a significant amount of freight cost and time by allowing them to ship finished goods directly to their end users.  Our customers are constantly asking us to broaden the services we provide in this area.

A consistent request over the years has been silk-screening. At the end of 2011, we introduced this capability.  The results speak for themselves. In the first 4 months of 2012, we have already silkscreened over 75,000 parts. The short video demonstrates the semi-automated process in action.  The photo is an example of a great looking finished item.

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