Precision metal forming capabilities offered by American Industrial Company are well known throughout industry.

We are trusted with the most complex and challenging products because our customers know that components produced by American Industrial Company are of the highest quality.

We are skilled, knowledgeable, and experienced in precision metal forming for all types of industrial applications.

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We offer a wide range of precision metal forming processes under our stamping and assembly services umbrella. Our capabilities include forming and bending, progressive, blanking, secondary, piercing, shallow draw, coining, and laser cutting.

Our precision metal forming services also include secondary operations for additional processes such as deburring, finishing, machining, welding, and many others that will add value to the component.

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OEMs in industries such as heating and cooling, construction, medical, and electrical have trusted us with their precision metal forming projects with results that consistently exceed their expectations.

American Industrial Company handles a wide range of material options. Working in steels (stainless, high/low carbon, cold/hot rolled, and galvanized), high strength low alloy, brass, aluminum, and copper makes us a versatile fabricator whose capabilities enable us to serve a broad industrial audience.

This precision metal stamping service is completed through comprehensive monitoring during production, inspection of parts for quality and accuracy, and testing for accountability.

Quality assurance is a top priority for us and we take all steps to ensure that our components live up to the standards we set for ourselves. Utilizing a lean manufacturing environment improves our ability to provide the highest level of service to all of our customers.

To learn more about American Industrial Company’s precision metal forming capabilities, please contact us today or download our ebook to learn more.

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