Manufacturing

 

Manufacturer of guards, enclosures, & weldments. One stop shop for sheet metal fabrication for a variety of applications. Shearing, forming, punching, welding, & finishing of metal products to customer's exact specifications. Specialties include machine guards, prototypes, covers, safety guarding, & chutes. Shearing capacity up to 10 ft. long & up to 3/8 in. thick. Turrets can handle up to 1/4 in. thick material & a sheet size up to 50 in. x 144 in. Single station punch is available for short runs & has the capacity of 30 tons. Can punch up to 1/4 in. x 30 in. x 72 in. MIG/TIG & resistance spot welding.

Tube Bending

We uses a variety of manual and CNC bending equipment that accommodate any size production run on a wide variety of material shapes and types. We can handle metals in sizes ranging up to 4 inches outside diameter. One of our specialties is prototyping tubular products. Tru-Form can handle the complete product from prototyping to final production and assembly including welding, powder coat, assembly and packaging.

Machining

We uses a variety of manual and CNC bending equipment that accommodate any size production run on a wide variety of material shapes and types. We can handle metals in sizes ranging up to 4 inches outside diameter. One of our specialties is prototyping tubular products. We can handle the complete product from prototyping to final production and assembly including welding, powder coat, assembly and packaging.

Metal Stamping

We manufactures metal products using many different methods to meet your product requirements. One of our typical methods is using Metal forming process in which flat stock sheet metal, formed from metals such as steel, aluminum, zinc, nickel, titanium, etc. is shaped into predetermined parts in a stamping process. Metal stamping includes a variety of metal forming processes as well Some of the most common processes we offer are: punching, blanking, in-die tapping, in-die welding, embossing, bending, flanging and coining.

 

We are metal stamping experts and have the knowledge, capabilities and equipment to fulfill any metal stamping need. With Punch Presses up to 450 tons and fourslides from the smallest to the largest in the world, no job is too small or too large. From single hit dies to Progressive Class A dies, we can handle it all.

Sheet Metal

We utilizes sheet metal to manufacture a vast array of products. Sheet metal manufacturing and fabrication includes stamping, shearing, sawing, drilling, blanking, punching, and welding.  Sheet metal fabrication includes any process that fashions useable parts from previously manufactured sheet metal. These sheets are occasionally the final product, but more commonly go on for further manufacturing processes that ready the material for its specific application. Sheet metal fabrication describes many related processes that form sheet metal into finished products. The benefits of sheet metal fabrication are far and wide because so many different industries depend on custom fabricated metal parts to function.

Sheet metal fabricators utilize three main processes – forming, cutting and finishing. Forming procedures mechanically apply deformation forces to alter the form of a flat sheet of flexible metal. Different forming processes include annealing, bending, cold rolling, drawing, forging, mechanical working, press forming, roll forming and welding. Cutting processes include stamping, shearing, sawing, drilling, blanking and punching and are used to physically alter the shape of a metal by removing some of the material. Sheet metal fabricators use finishing methods to finalize the work of a product, such as deburring, sanding and vibration techniques. Aesthetic considerations like painting and visual design applications are also included in finishing methods. Other machining procedures that can be incorporated into sheet metal fabrication are laser cutting, electrical discharge machining and waterjet cutting.