When the demands of your product exceed what "status quo" meets.

Fabrication to Fit Your Needs

Laser Cutting

Laser cutting uses a high-power laser which is directed through optics and computer numerical control (CNC) to direct the beam or material. Typically, the process uses a motion control system to follow a CNC or G-code of the pattern that is to be cut onto the material. The focused laser beam burns, melts, vaporises or is blown away by a jet of gas to leave a high-quality surface finished edge.

Bending, Notching, and Drilling

In building your designs, we can bend, notch, and drill a variety of materials to get the right build you need. 


Robotic Welding

Robotic welding is one of the most common robotic applications in the industrial sector, being driven mainly by the automotive sector for the last several decades. Robotic welding is most productive when completing high-volume, repetitive welding tasks.