Metal Stamping in Grand Rapids, MI
1.Apex Spring Stamping Corporation
11420 1st Ave NW
Metal StampingMachine ShopsSprings-Wholesale & ManufacturersWire Products-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Apex Spring & Stamping is a world class manufacturer of precision springs, stampings, wire forms and assemblies. We began operations in 1977 with one goal: complete customer satisfaction. Since that time, we have quickly become a recognized leader in our industry, effectively building a customer base that spans across the globe. We are a full service manufacturer, offering support from initial design and prototype to final shipment. We partner with our customers through each step of the manufacturing process to offer suggestions that will improve product functionality and reduce costs.
2.Pro Stamp Plus
2756 Hillside Dr NW
3.American Medal Products
5030 Corporate Exchange Blvd SE
3093 Northridge Dr NW
Company let me go after two Weeks of running between 90% & 120% production rates on their machines. One bad day of production due to their equipment, an inept maintenance person, and a lazy parallel partner, wasn't even QUESTIONED about it. For a supposedly "Christian" organization, this was a decidedly UN-Christian way to be treated. I really liked working there, and was stunned, to say the least, when I was contacted, by PHONE, by these cowardly people, letting me know I was no longer employed. Ridiculous...
5.Proos Manufacturing Co
1037 Michigan St NE
Metal StampingMetal SpecialtiesMetal-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Established in 1919, Proos Manufacturing Company has been in business for more than 85 years. The company has come a long way from its beginning days as a manufacturer of casket hardware and then as a tool and die shop. It is an ISO-certified manufacturer that creates sophisticated metal stamping products, welded assemblies, custom electrical products and downtrollers. Still family owned and operated, its management team involves four generations of Proos. The company has more than 80 employees that work in two product divisions that consist of automotive and electrical solutions. It specializes in prototypes and quick, small manufacturing runs and owns several presses that can meet practically any metal stamping need. Engineering and design services include auto computer-aided design, product design, process planning, and die design and build. Proos Manufacturing Company is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich.
6.Tooling Systems Group
555 Plymouth Ave NE
Metal StampingMachine Shops
7.Proos Manufacturing Inc
2555 Oak Industrial Dr NE
1060 Ken O Sha Ind Park Dr SE
2929 32nd St SE
Metal StampingMetal-Wholesale & ManufacturersMetal Specialties
4045 Remembrance Rd NW
3200 Fruit Ridge Ave NW
12.American Metals & Plastics Inc
450 32nd St SW
American Metals & Plastics provides its customers with cost competitive, value added quality products utilizing engineered plastics, metal stampings and assemblies. As a full service supplier, the company has been providing superior products, quality and service since 1968. AMPI allows companies to source metal, plastic, painting and assemblies with one company. This ability provides superior program management and reduces project cost. AMPI produces more than 1.1 million points of thermoset plastics a year. These plastics are used in electrical and high heat applications. The company has a full range of plastic injection molding machines providing high quality engineered thermoplastics components. These components range in size from cooling fans and fender shroud to small interior trim parts that can be 100 percent molded in color. AMPI is located in Grand Rapids, Mich.
3840 Model Ct SE
Founded in 2000, H RTER Stamping is a more than 6,000-square-foot production facility of H RTER Company, which provides progressive tools, precision and injection-molded parts and assemblies. The company provides metal and plastic stamped parts and components. It serves the communications, electronics, automotive, household appliances, building technology and medical engineering industries. The company provides lead frames, boards with fitted pins and visual parts in stainless steel and aluminum. In addition, it offers assembled stamped parts with contact rivets and spring housings. The company provides stamped parts with and without surface treatment. H RTER Stamping has more than 10 stamping press and employs over 50 people and is located in Kentwood, Mich.
14.Pridgeon & Clay
158 Cottage Grove St SW
15.Arti Flex Manufacturing
2066 Bristol Ave NW
5062 Kendrick Ct SE
17.Forward Metal Craft Inc
329 Summer Ave NW
Metal StampingMetal Specialties
Forward Metal Craft has been serving industry for over 25 years by providing superior products and engineering solutions to help our customers maintain their competitive edge. While we initially began as a manufacturer of fourslide stampings and wire forms, producing clips, clamps, brackets and terminals for the automotive, furniture, and general industrial, we have grown with our customers to meet their needs. We have added state-of-the-art CNC manufacturing, custom assembly equipment, in-house design and tooling capacity. Our service area is worldwide, but are close to major industrial markets such as as Detroit MI, Chicago IL, Indianapolis IN, Milwaukee WI, Cleveland OH, Cincinnati, Ohio, Columbus OH, Pittsburgh PA, and Windsor and Toronto, Ontario Canada. We appreciate the opportunity to quote your stamping needs and meeting your expectations through our experience and ingenuity.
18.Pridgeon & Clay Inc
50 Cottage Grove St SW
Metal StampingTool & Die Makers
Founded in 1948, Pridgeon & Clay, Inc. is one of the largest independent, value added manufacturers and suppliers of stamped and fine blanked components for the automotive industry. Its diverse product line ranges from headlight brackets and muffler heat shields to motor mounts and more. Each employee is educated, tested and certified prior to participating in the company s full-service approach to design, prototyping, validation and manufacturing excellence. To fulfill its service commitment, Pridgeon & Clay continues to invest in state-of-the-art stamping equipment, including large bed, high tonnage presses for transfer, progressive, and fine blanking processes. Pridgeon & Clay has more than 70 presses ranging in size from 40 tons to 1500 tons. Its customer base is 99 percent automotive including Tier 1, Tier 2, and after-market suppliers. In 1998 Pridgeon & Clay opened its 40,000 square foot manufacturing and distribution center in Franklin, Ind. The company is headquartered in Grand Rapids, Mich.
19.Walker Tool & Die, Inc.
2411 Walker Ave NW
Tool & Die MakersMetal StampingMachine ShopsIndustrial Equipment & Supplies
Walker Tool & Die is a provider of stamping dies for nearly any application. Based in Grand Rapids, Mich., the company was one of the first in the area to earn a quality certification from the auto industry, establish a quality control department and offer the latest technology. In operation for more than 40 years and an employer of approximately 115 people, the company originated as a seven-man, three-machine operation. Services provided include engineering, prototyping, CAD/CAM, die build, CNC machining, laser trimming, wire EDM and quality control. Walker Tool & Die specializes in large progressive and transfer dies, but it builds all types of tooling. The company produces stamping dies for thin- or thick-gauge materials, high-strength materials, safety requirement parts and high-precision parts. Walker Tool & Die s customer base consists of businesses in the automotive, office furniture and appliance markets.
20.H & H Precision Manufacturing, Inc.
3900 Linden Ave SE
Assembly & Fabricating ServiceInspection ServiceMetal StampingPackaging Service
We specialize in product decorating for production or promotional purposes
21.Arti Flex Manufacturing
731 Broadway Ave NW
Tool & Die MakersMetal Stamping
22.Mico Industries Inc
1425 Burlingame Ave SW
23.Jireh Metal Products
3635 Nardin St SW
Metal StampingMetal-Wholesale & Manufacturers
Based in Grandville, Mich., Jireh Metal Products offers engineering, stamping, welding and assembling services. It also offers additional value-added services, such as painting and plating to provide standardized finished products. It uses advanced computer hardware and software, for its production and also assists its clients in their design, engineering and manufacturing processes to give their products a competitive edge. The firm incorporates the entire process from receiving, manufacturing and shipping these technologies. Its in-house engineering and tool and die staff provides tooling and process services, such as designing and prototyping completing the finished product. Jireh Metal Products operates Supplyweb, a Web-integrated supplier s Web site, which allows suppliers unprecedented visibility into its internal systems of working.
24.Shipping Department Equipment
900 47th St SW
8197 Clyde Park Ave SW
Metal StampingTool & Die MakersContract ManufacturingTube Bending & Fabricating
TG Manufacturing is a diverse Michigan based manufacturing, metal fabrication, and service company that strives to exceed our customers expectations. We service customers in a multitude of industrial sectors including aerospace, food industry, HVAC, Furniture, Appliances, Renewable Energy and Construction, to name a few. By focusing on utilizing modern technology, advanced manufacturing design and a skilled group of associates, we are able to produce world class products and manufacturing services.From metal stamping, machining, screw machining or metal fabrication we have a solution for your industrial needs. As a full service supplier, we listen, we identify the critical issues and we deliver the solution.Whether it is the office chair that you sit comfortably in, the water heater that provides warm water on demand or the electricity produced from one of our renewable energy products, we are focused on the components in these products that make your life more comfortable.
990 84th St SW
Metal StampingMetal Specialties
Frame assemblies and instrument cowls are among Center Manufacturing s parts. The company supplies metal components and assemblies for the automotive, recreational vehicle, appliance and consumer electronics markets. Center Manufacturing is a Tier One and Tier Two supplier to the automotive industry. It supplies numerous parts for motorcycles and all terrain vehicles, including steering shafts and swing arms. Center Manufacturing has other services available for its clients, including engineering, purchasing, testing, manufacturing, delivery and system integration. Manufacturing capabilities include stamping and various types of robotic welding. The company has three manufacturing sites in western Michigan. Established in 1969, Center Manufacturing is headquartered in Bryon Center, Mich.
27.Mittex Group Inc
8936 Conifer Ridge Dr SW
28.John Gray Sales Inc
5112 Brownstone Dr NE
Metal StampingMetal-Wholesale & ManufacturersMetal SpecialtiesPlating
29.Pac CNC Inc
5220 Edgewater Dr
30.Dorr Industries Inc
1840 142nd Ave
Metal StampingTool & Die Makers
The sculpture INTEGRATED was rededicated Dorr Industries Inc on June 20, 2007. A remarkably simple, yet powerful, stainless steel sculpture faces 142th Avenue in Dorr, Michigan. The work of Jim Jerkatis, originally commissioned in 1998 by Saleem Durvesh, makes a strong statement about the manufacturing capabilities of Dorr Industries, Inc integrating metal stamping, screw machining, welding, bending and assembly of products to their industrial customer base. In 1957 Dorr Industries, Inc began as Modern Tool and Manufacturing Company in Kalamazoo, MI with a single customer Checker Motor Car Company. By 1959 the company outgrew its facility in Kalamazoo and moved to a 3, 000 square foot building at 1840 142nd Avenue, Dorr Michigan. The building was built in 1944 to serve as a John Deere dealership. As the business prospered it added a 2, 000 square addition in 1968 and added additional stamping presses. In 1977 the original owner died and the surviving family sold to Dave and Aline Stebleton on December 31, 1977. On July 1, 1979 the company incorporated as Dorr Industries, Inc and continued increasing its sales to where in 1985 another 2, 000 square feet of manufacturing space was added. Almost immediately, screw machines were added to the production capability of the business. This created a niche' that still exists today, where screw machines and punch presses are run in consecutive operations. No other contract manufacturing businesses are known to have this combination of equipment. Customers that know of, and can use this combination of equipment appreciate the fair prices offered for the products made. In 1986, the two lots west of Dorr Industries property, and the one lot south of that property were purchased creating the possibility for an expansion that would more than double the size of the company. By working with the township, county, and state, the company was able to put together a package of tax abatements over the next twelve years that made it possible to start a new building in the fall of 1988. Annual sales continued to increase so in the fall of 1993, the original 1944 John Deere building was replaced with a new free-span building. The 1968 addition was retained, and a single, new roof was built over it and the new building. That eliminated all the poles that held up the original building, opened up walls that were obstructions to manufacturing, and added another 1, 000 square feet of working space. The addition created better manufacturing efficiencies and lowered heating and cooling costs. To maintain production during construction, the new building was built over the old one, and the old building was torn down from inside the new one. In 1995, a lot adjacent to the south side of the company's property became available, and it was purchased. The alley between the north and south properties was abandoned and became included in the company property in 2000. At the same time, the railroad property on the west side was purchased, and all seven parcels were combined into one property. There is now property available for future expansion when needed.
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