Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. offers more than 25 years of industry experience, including a focus on quality contract manufacturing and assembly services. Customers in industries as diverse as aerospace, agriculture, food and beverage and medical rely on our expertise and technology for assembly, sub-assembly and contract manufacturing services. We work with products ranging from cabinets to clamping fixtures, handling all machining, welding and sub-assembly needs.
We have high speed, state of the art metal fabrication equipment that is best suited for repetitive, low-to-high volume and high-mix production runs. As a complete tool and die shop, we are skilled in all areas of fabrication including fiber laser, CNC punching, CNC bending, CNC forming, welding, CNC machining, hardware insertion and assembly.
WMPI offers MIG, TIG and spot welding to complement its assembly, fabrication, CNC machining and stamping operations. Our experienced welders weld aluminum, stainless and carbon steels. When your project requires welding certifications, we will write welding procedures per AWS standards. A welding consultant will test and certify our welds and processes specific to your application.
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. provides pre-production prototypes for your functional testing. With our well-equipped manufacturing systems, we can make your prototypes using laser cutting, machining or die-struck parts, depending on your needs. Our stock tooling may also give you better value. All of this is performed in-house.
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc.’ CNC machining services feature personalized customer service for made-to-order parts and components. We offer turning, milling, drilling, tapping, boring, and grinding for a variety of materials. With turning capabilities that exceed that of most other companies, we have bar feeding capacity to 3” diameter, a swing of 25.60”, and can turn parts up to 40” long x 14.30” in diameter.
With the addition of our Amada Meister V3 production surface and form grinder, WMPI can grind a wide variety of components and shapes with minimal operator attended time. This equipment has a working area of 6.0” x 18.0” (longer parts can be accommodated with multiple setups). We regularly work to tolerances of .0001" in size, shape and flatness.
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc.’ custom metal stamping services deliver precision metal stampings from prototype through production quantities. We run stampings up to .188” thick, but our specialty is high-volume, tight tolerance, precision stampings in a variety of materials from .003”-.060” thick. Our presses have full feed lines and are die sensor protection ready. We run nearly 60 million stampings per year at a 98% on time delivery rate.
Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. designs and builds all tooling in-house. Our design and engineering team uses the most up-to-date forming and stamping simulation software to help you validate the final design before building the die. We can assist material selection and identify potential problem areas to help you best design your metal part or assembly for manufacturability.
Working with any electrically conductive material up to 16” thick, Wisconsin Metal Parts, Inc. supplies wire electrical discharge machining (WEDM) services for parts such as die and mold components, nozzles, keyways and actuators. In addition to tool steels, we are experts at cutting carbide, have equipment dedicated to cutting carbide and can run 24/7.
Our gage team at Wisconsin Metal Parts will work very closely with your engineers to ensure that your gaging checks and controls features critical to your part print and the parts intended function. We design, build and calibrate all gages in our full service tool room. All designs are completed using Solidworks.