FAQ

We are not a short-run supplier, a majority of our business is for repeating orders. Standard run quantities or volumes are dependent on multiple inputs such as minimum material purchases, process quantiles required at outsides service providers such as heat treating or plating and economic reasoning.

Generally between 500 – 20,000 for stampings and tubular products. For assemblies and packaged product our run or batch quantity is determined by our customers daily requirements.

Yes, all tooling used within our manufacturing processes are maintained here in our tool room by state indentured journeyman tool and die makers.

Yes, typically the individual that quotes your project will become the project leader if we are awarded the business.

Yes, 95% of our tooling is designed and built in-house. Payment terms and amortization options are available.

Yes, prototypes are often provided during the early stages of product development.

Absolutely, we can work with your CAD models or drawings and provide valuable in-put ensuring that product we supply is of the best quality and uses the most cost effective processes available.

Both we and our supply base are compliant.

We are a privately held business.

We are a non-union shop.

We do, we have made several facility improvements that reduced energy consumption and reduced disposable waste as well.

We have 3 production shifts starting Sunday’s 11:00 pm through Friday’s 11:00 pm.

Yes, we have several emergency contacts that can be reached 24/7.

We have been in business since 1947.

Yes, we have several preferred carries but will ship using a customer specified service.

We receive orders and provide advanced shipping notices electronically.

Yes, we have consignment programs and provide supplier managed inventory services.

Yes, our Quality Management System is certified to ISO 9001:2015.

We are not a short-run supplier, a majority of our business is for repeating orders. Standard run quantities or volumes are dependent on multiple inputs such as minimum material purchases, process quantiles required at outsides service providers such as heat treating or plating and economic reasoning.

Generally between 500 – 20,000 for stampings and tubular products. For assemblies and packaged product our run or batch quantity is determined by our customers daily requirements.

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If you purchase tooling to make your parts from us we will provide all necessary tooling maintenance at no additional cost to you unless otherwise noted. If tooling is supplied by our customer charges to fit the tooling within our machines and maintenance may be billed based on condition of tooling received.

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