Categories Aerospace, Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

In-House Kirksite Foundry Reduces Lead-Time

Kirksite foundry tools

March 25, 2020

Our in-house kirksite foundry creates short lead-time for tool and assembly for projects that require quick turnaround. We have a pour capacity of 60,000 lbs. per casting and over 750,000 lbs. a month. Kirksite (zinc alloy) requires little machining to the molding surfaces and can be easily polished for a nice, smooth finish. This allows us to produce tooling for tight time schedules and incorporate changes very quickly. Contact us at to see if our kirksite foundry is right for your next project.


Categories Prototype, Uncategorized

Our Semi-Automated BIW Assembly Process

prototype BIW

February 11, 2020

How is our prototype BIW assembly process different from other metal forming companies? We take a strategic approach and utilize robotics based on our years of proven production experience and automated technologies. This semi-automated process creates a leaner, more cost effective project with greater repeatibility.


Categories Prototype, Uncategorized

Prototype Stamping Capabilities

February 4, 2020

We have stamping presses to meet virtually any of your prototype sheet metal needs. With 36 presses ranging from 150 to over 2,500 tons and bed sizes up to 240” x 96” we have the ability to stamp the parts your project requires. Our in-house foundry allows us to produce tooling for tight time schedules and incorporate changes very quickly. We utilize traditional production processes in our prototype projects, allowing for greater repeatability and accuracy. Contact us to see how our 60 years of prototype experience can benefit your next project.


Categories Aerospace, Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

Joining Dissimilar Metals

January 31, 2020

We can join dissimilar metals with our wide range of joining technologies. These technologies include manual and robotic spot, MIG, TIG, CMT, drawn arc, self-piercing rivets, flow drill screws, and adhesives. We also have an  26’ x 10’ cure oven onsite. We routinely join aluminum, steel, stainless steel, high nickel alloys, and titanium. Let us know about your joining needs to see how we can help with your next program.


Categories Production, Prototype, Uncategorized

Truck Hood Stamping and Laser Cutting

January 15, 2020

We are a full-service metal solutions provider. We don’t simply stamp a piece of metal and ship it to you. We build dies, stamp, laser cut, metal finish, and roller hem assembly. We can take your program from concept to reality, working closely with your team through a single point of contact. You receive your finished part with the assurance that it is a quality product. 

Read more about our capabilities here.