Value-Added Services

Precision Slitting

Slitting has long been thought of as an art, but has increasingly become recognized as a science. Slitting is a type of metal shearing process whereby rather than making cuts at the end of a workpiece like shearing, the primary function is to take large rolls, or coils, of material (stainless steel, aluminum, copper, etc.) and slit it into widths … Read More

Cut-To-Length

Cut‑to‑length lines are generally thought of as systems that produce sheets or plate. Temper Mill cut to length lines and Stretcher Leveler cut to length lines have both been successfully utilized in applications where superior flatness and stability are required. These applications typically include lasers, plasmas, or punch presses … Read More

Edging & Oscillate

Edge Conditioning is the metal process of rolling a strip or coil of material to smooth the edges. By removing the burr off the coil, it is safer for customers to manipulate. As is well known, sheet metal is customarily produced by rolling in the form of a relatively wide strip. In order to provide strip metal of various commercially … Read More

Polishing

Polishing is a metal process that involves removing the oxidation and improving the quality of the metal by adding protection or removing certain defects. Polishing uses coarse to medium abrasives to remove moderate amounts of metal from the surface. The process removes scratches and minor surface imperfections which are too deep … Read More

Precision Blanking

Blanking is a metal process in which a piece of sheet metal is removed from a larger piece of stock by applying a great enough shearing force. In this process, the piece removed, called the blank, is not scrap but rather the desired part. The blanking process requires a blanking press, sheet metal stock, blanking punch, and blanking die … Read More

Shearing

Many cutting processes exist that utilize shearing force to cut sheet metal. However, the term “shearing” by itself refers to a specific metal cutting process that produces straight line cuts to separate a piece of sheet metal. Most commonly, shearing is used to cut a sheet parallel to an existing edge which is held square, but angled cuts … Read More

PVC & Protective Applications

Polyvinyl chloride, or “PVC” is one of the most used plastics in the world. PVC is a thermoplastic and due to its exceptional versatility, is found in an endless array of products and used for a variety of aesthetic applications. The basic raw materials for PVC are derived from salt and oil. Chlorine is manufactured by the electrolysis of sodium chloride, salt … Read More

Packaging & Custom Barcoding

Standard Slit Packaging
Hardwood Runners 3” x 3-1/2’
* Used on all skids
Hardwood Top Boards 1” x 6”
* Used on all skids
Moisture Barrier Paper
* Placed between Top Board and Metal … Read More