Pre-Treatment Process: What Makes Midwest Metal Products Different

At Midwest Metal Products, we’re meticulous in everything we do. For more than 50 years, our family-owned business has been a trusted single-source manufacturer for industries across the world. We’ve built a reputation as a preferred vendor in the aerospace, electronics, and medical equipment industries. Our clients rely on our quality processes and products. We […]

Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication for the Medical Industry

Consider for a moment all the metal devices and equipment in the world. Now consider the many industries that could not function without high quality metal fabrication products: medicine, telecommunications, the military, aerospace, electronics, transportation, computing, and manufacturing, just to name a few.   It’s safe to say that industry and commerce would shut down […]

NADCAP Certification Makes Good Business Sense

For a company that began in a small garage, we’ve certainly come a long way in becoming NADCAP certified. For more than half a century, Midwest Metal Products has provided outstanding metal fabrication services to customers across the globe. Major industries—including aerospace, electronics, and the medical field—trust our quality, precision, and excellent customer service. We’re […]

High Quality Metal Fabrication

Precision is the name of the game when it comes to metal fabrication. For more than five decades, Midwest Metal Products has provided high-quality metal fabrication to business and companies across the world. We know quality starts at the very beginning with the right design and the right tools. No matter what the size or […]

What Are Press Brakes?

At Midwest Metal Products, we take pride in our customized fabrication capabilities. Our economical and innovative approaches provide solutions to all your sheet metal needs. The industries we serve—including the military, aerospace, electronics, and medicine—require extreme accuracy and precision for all their projects. At Midwest Metal, we’re constantly investing in new technology and investigating new […]

Why Use Chromate Conversion?

First a little background on how the chromate conversion process works. Hexavalent chromium is used in the immersion bath process where the coating is applied. However, because Hexavalent is considered toxic we also have non-hexavalent chromates that comply with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances regulations.   Chromate conversion is intended for aluminum that is not […]

Why Use Metal Electronic Enclosures?

We know that the aerospace, medical, military, and electronics industries need rugged equipment that stands the test of time. At Midwest Metal Products, we’ve manufactured high-quality metal equipment for more than 50 years. Why use metal for electronic enclosures? Metal is a solid material, has a high impact resistance, and can handle high temperatures without […]

Automation in the Aerospace Sheet Metal Fabrication Industry

What is the hottest topic in the aerospace industry right now? Right now, a big topic within the main aerospace manufacturing companies in the country, like Airbus and Boeing, is increasing the automation involved when making airplanes. Aerospace sheet metal fabrication involves the incorporation of instrumentation, gauges, search and navigation systems, storage, and much more. […]

Steel vs. Aluminum: Differences in Fabrication

Paper or plastic? Regular or super-sized? Steel vs aluminum? Life is always about options. From aerospace to medical to electronic and other industries, our clients have a wide variety of metal fabrication needs. At Midwest Metal Products, we custom design equipment for customers across the world. For more than 50 years, our precision and expertise […]

Quality Control vs. Quality Assurance

About, approximately, nearly, close to, roughly . . . These are just not words we use at Midwest Metal Products. For more than 50 years, we’ve forged our reputation on delivering customer satisfaction and high-quality products. When it comes to metal fabrication, precision is key. We know everything we produce must be exact. Once you […]