Our portfolios highlight some of the great work we’ve done across a diverse range of industries and applications.
We encourage you to explore our portfolios to learn more about G.E. Mathis Company and our ability to successfully provide our customers with the highest quality of custom fabrications, quickly and cost-effectively. Listed below are a few examples of why our company is a leading supplier and national source for long, intricate and close-tolerance fabrications.
Precision Laser Cut Stainless Steel Plate for an Architectural Project
G.E. Mathis Company was recently contracted by an architectural firm to precision laser cut large metal panels. Composed of 0.25″ thick, A240-T304 stainless steel, the customer-supplied engineering drawing called out final dimensions of 63″ wide by 163″ tall including all interior cutouts. In addition, the customer required that we meet tolerances of ±0.015″ for the entire […]Learn more
Custom Formed Steel Section Component Part for the Mining Industry
This custom formed steel section was challenging because of the length of the piece. Utilizing some of the longest forming capabilities in the industry, we plasma cut A240-T304SS stainless steel and formed the piece using our 1,000 ton press brake. The final dimensions of the part were 3/4″ thick x 20″ wide x 240″ long. […]Learn more
Custom Plasma Cut & Beveled Steel Component Part for the Mining Industry
Our 400-amp, high-definition, CNC plasma cutting table allowed G.E. Mathis Company to create this part as specified by the customer-supplied 2D drawing. Our machining center features a unique 4-axis beveling head that is capable of cutting a bevel into a part and is able to follow a contour or a curve. On this part, the bevel […]Learn more
Custom Welded Boom-Tube Section for the Construction Industry
Our experienced, AWS-certified welders are skilled at welding these boom-tubes with precision and holding all dimensions to extremely tight tolerances. Designed to be used in a crane application, we seam welded this boom-tube section using our submerged arc seam welder. We ground the seam after welding as a finishing process. The boom-tube was made from […]Learn more