With so many options when choosing metal parts fabrication companies, it can be challenging to know what is the best choice for your metal parts fabrication. Since 1994, Thin Metal Parts has been your full-service provider for all of your thin metal parts manufacturing needs.
At Thin Metal Parts, we strive to provide superior customer service by being responsive to clients’ questions, providing custom solutions, shortening turnaround times, and offering competitive pricing. Our in-house engineers have a breadth of knowledge to draw on when making CAD recommendations and offering manufacturing flexibility to fit set budgets and strict turnaround times.
With over 26 years providing quality precision parts, Thin Metal Parts has been successfully providing precision metal parts to many industries, including, but not limited to, medical, solar, electronics, defense, computer, and aerospace.
With over 26 years providing quality precision parts, Thin Metal Parts has continually perfected the work we do, always striving to provide superior quality to our clients. You will see from our samples that Thin Metal Parts is the parts fabrication partner you need.
Using three different technologies, custom metal parts can be built for thousands of applications for a large variety of industries. By combining multiple technology options, a hybrid precision part, unavailable anywhere else in the global marketplace, can be custom manufactured.
Thin Metal Parts regularly works with the aerospace, computer, and electronic industries to build custom precision parts used in industrial and consumer goods applications... parts such as metal encoder wheels, metal mesh, and print heads. In addition, custom parts are developed daily in research and development as the design/process engineer group teams with customers to develop prototypes and production items in medical, manufacturing, and scientific instrument sectors.
All products are custom manufactured to meet customer needs and specifications, including DFARS and RoHS compliance. These quick-turn, cost-effective, low tooling cost processes offer excellent production alternatives to traditional fabrication methods for metal parts in high volumes and prototyping.