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A Local Perspective on Women and Millennials in Manufacturing

As manufacturing evolves, Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. (WMPI) in Waukesha is tapping into at least two groups in the work force whose manufacturing roles are expanding: millennials and women.

Skills gaps and science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education are still hot topics in manufacturing. At WMPI, both the younger and female employees – two groups who have been traditionally under-represented in manufacturing – do a wide variety of jobs and come from diverse backgrounds. They also seem to share several motivators: they enjoy learning, they embrace technology, and they value making other people’s jobs easier. WMPI gives them opportunities for all of those things.


Top Workplace of 2017 JS Top Workplace of 2017

Wisconsin Metal Parts was one of 150 companies in the Milwaukee area recognized by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel as a 2017 Top Workplace! Top Workplaces are determined based solely on employee feedback. We realize our people are what make us successful, and we appreciate them, treat them with respect, make their job fun and reward them for their performance. Our high employee retention speaks volumes. WMPI Employment


Click here for your free Design2Part Registration 2017 Design2Part

Please visit Wisconsin Metal Parts at the Design2Part show in Schaumberg, IL on May 10th & 11th. Booth #140. Click on the link above to register your free admission invite.


Wisconsin Metal Parts Continues Investing in Fabrication Equipment

WMPI continues to invest in new technologies and has added state-of-the-art equipment for the production of precision metal components.


WMPI Adds New High-Speed Milling Equipment

WMPI has added a new high-speed milling machine to its production CNC machining area, which will be used to process some of their higher volume metal production parts.


Click here for your free Design2Part ETicket 2016 Design2Part

Please visit Wisconsin Metal Parts at the Design2Part show in Schaumberg, IL on May 11th & 12th. Booth #138. Click on the link above to download your free admission invite.


WMPI Combines its Fabrication Operations into a New Single Location

WMPI moved its metal fabrication shop and fabrication equipment to a 27,000-sq.-ft. manufacturing facility, giving additional manufacturing space and improved logistics and material handling capabilities.


WMPI Adds to its Fabricating Capacity

WMPI recently added to its solid state laser metal cutting capabilities. They now have open capacity to process an additional two to three semi-loads of material per week (150 to 180 hours of beam time).


FabTech Show - Express Registration FabTech

Please visit Wisconsin Metal Parts at the FABTECH show at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL on Nov. 9-12, 2015. South Hall Booth #S2008. Click on the link above to register.


Setting the Pace for Success The Fabricator

How our employees set the pace for success was recognized in the July 2015 issue of The FABRICATOR®.


WI Robotics Bots IQ Wisconsin

Wisconsin Metal Parts sponsored the May 9, 2015 BotsIQ Wisconsin competition at WCTC where 87 students from nine different schools competed to see who could design and build the best robot. The construction of their bot also exposes them to many different advanced manufacturing careers. This program is helping to train tomorrow's workforce.


Design2Part ETicket 2015 Design2Part

Please visit Wisconsin Metal Parts at the Design2Part show in Schaumberg, IL on May 6th & 7th. Booth #138. Click on the link above to download your free admission invite.


Wimoty Nomination Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year

Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. was nominated for the 2014 Wisconsin Manufacturer of the Year Award. This award recognizes manufacturers for their paramount economic contributions to the state of Wisconsin.


FFJournal FFJournal

Having asked our customers where they needed our support in the future, we invested in new technologies that help reduce their cost per part, improve quality and speed up turnaround times. In 2014, we purchased two new 5,000-watt fiber lasers, a 300-ton electric press brake, a third building and added off-shift capacity. We expanded our manufacturing space to over 75,000 sq. ft. while running 3 shifts. Our growth and success was well documented in the December 2014 issue of FFJournal.