Our vast, in-house precision machining, forming, and fabrication capabilities make us a one-stop shop for your component and product manufacturing needs. We work with a wide range of metallic and non-metallic materials, and can help define a process that yields optimal results.
Learn about the materials and processes we use to manufacture millions of high-quality, complex, precision products each year.
We provide precision products in a range of materials for a number of diverse industries. Our experience with a variety of manufacturing projects will help determine the optimum material and process for your product needs.
Metalcraft Solutions builds intricate, three-dimensional parts layer by layer from a computer model. This enables us to create geometry not possible with traditional manufacturing techniques.
Learn everything you need to know about direct metal laser sintering (DMLS), our preferred additive manufacturing method >>
With sophisticated 5-axis machining capabilities enhancing the traditional 3-axis process, Metalcraft Solutions can provide custom machining of complex geometries.
Find out which materials and components we can manufacture using CNC machining.>>
A range of sheet metal fabrication options are available to Metalcraft Solutions thanks to our in-house CO2 and fiber optic laser cutting technologies.
EDM provides high-quality and precise 3 and 4-axis cuts through hardened or annealed metals.
Precision multi-spindle lathes specializing in small, complex components utilized by medical, aerospace and other industries.
In-house generated tooling provides speed, accuracy, and consistency on low to high volume orders.
We can provide finishes from matte to mirror on flat or cylindrical surfaces.
We harden, stress relieve, anneal, deburr, polish and more all in-house with our advanced finishing processes.
From simple part numbering to product logos, our CNC and laser marking technologies can produce serialization, QR codes, bar codes, and graphics.
The CD process allows for fast welding of thin, lightweight metals while spot welding permanently joins heavier gaged materials.
If your material or process needs aren’t listed here, just reach out. Our experienced team thrives on developing custom solutions.