We provide metal spinning services to produce custom parts in a wide range of sizes and shapes. We have experience producing everything from funeral urns to flag pole bases. We also provide value-added services including painting, assembly, vacuum metalizing and anodizing. We offer competitive pricing and the turnaround time on our products is usually between two to three weeks. Our mission is to continue building on our commitment to meet delivery deadlines, provide personal service for our clients, and consistently perform top quality work.
Some of the many items we commonly produce include 2” to 36” bowls, flag base stands to fit 1” and 1 1/4”poles, roof drains in sizes up to 4 3/4″, tank heads in sizes from 12” to 30”. We also produce a variety of size of cones, ferrules, funeral urns, hoppers, roof flashing, vacuum drum heads, and more. Visit our website to see extensive lists of the products we have experience with.
We work with metals including cold rolled steel, stainless steel, copper, aluminum and brass. We use a variety of manual, automatic and CNC spinning lathes. The thickness of metal we are able to spin depends on the material. We can spin cold rolled steel from .020 to 12g, stainless steel from .020 to 14g, aluminum ranging from .020 to 3/16”, copper and brass from 1/8” to .020, and galvanized steel from .020 to 12g. Shapes we typically spin include dished, domed, flanged, hemisphere, semi-elliptical, tube cap and trumpet.
Metal spinning industry applications
Our metal spun parts are used in a variety of industries and applications including agricultural, food service, roofing, industrial vacuum cleaners, satellite dish manufacturing, automotive, marine, bearing closures and much more.
Due to the wide range of our experience, we are knowledgeable on the best options for many applications. We use steel for components that require strength and durability, and we use stainless steel for exterior applications where the part will be exposed. Copper spun products are often used in lighting and roofing purposes where heat resistance is needed. We commonly use brass for decorative applications due to its formability and the many options it allows for finishing.
Metal spinning expertise
Metal Craft Spinning & Stamping has been in business for over 40 years. Our staff is made up of highly trained professionals, skilled in using state-of-the-art equipment as well as performing the trade of hand metal spinning that dates back to ancient Egypt. We have the experience needed to produce quality metal spun parts to your specifications.