G.E. Mathis Company’s press brake forming and metal-bending services ensure our customers always receive the highest quality components that meet their precise application requirements.

Metal fabrication is a term that encompasses the cutting, forming, and assembly processes used to turn raw materials into finished parts, products, and structures. While the complete list of processes used for a manufacturing project varies depending on the application and industry requirements, some of the most commonly employed ones include Laser cutting, Plasma cutting, Press Brake Forming, Welding, and CNC punching.

G.E. Mathis Company offers a wide range of metal fabrication services. We begin with metal in sheet and plate form, and process it using thermal cutting (CNC Laser or Hi-Def Plasma cutting), CNC Press Brake Forming, and Precision Welding. Armed with over 115 years of manufacturing experience, a 135,000 square foot state-of-the-art facility equipped with Precision Forming Equipment, and an extensive catalog of tooling, our team produces a variety of components that meet and exceed some of the most precise customer and industry requirements. Our commitment to quality is reflected by our ISO 9001:2015 certification and our adherence to strict inspection and testing procedures.

 

Precision Forming Bending

 

 

High-Quality Precision Forming and Bending Services

Precision forming and metal bending requires experienced craftsmen, and also correct equipment in order to produce parts that meet customers’ specifications.

For additional information on G.E. Mathis Company’s precision forming and metal bending capabilities, please click to expand the tables below.

 

Precision Forming & Bending Capabilities

Fabrication Method Forming: Precision Press Brakes (8)
Equipment CNC Hydraulic Press Brakes (4)
Hydraulic Press Brakes (4)
Capacity Precision Press Brakes: 400 ton, 500 ton, 750 ton, 770 ton, 825 ton, 1,000 ton
Materials Carbon steel
Stainless steel
Aluminum
Abrasion-resistant steel, such as HARDOX® wear plate
High-yield plate
High-strength steel, such as STRENX® (formerly DOMEX)
Inconel
Monel
Titanium
Brass
Bronze
Copper
Finish Galvanized
Vinyl Coated
Shapes Channels
Angles
Bump Formed Sections
Ob-Round
Rounds
Segments
Cylinder Sections
Cones
Squares
Thickness Up to 2 inches
Length 400 ton x 20 ft
500 ton x 20 ft
750 ton x 30 ft
770 ton x 23 ft
1,000 ton x 25 ft
1,000 ton x 40 ft
825 ton x 48 ft
Tolerances Tightest in Industry
Inspection First Article
In-Process
Final
PPAP
Additional Services Metal Finishing
Mechanical Beveling
Painting
Galvanizing
Machining
Weld Assembly
Mechanical Assembly
Kitting
Packaging
Production Volume Prototype to Production
Typical Lead Time 1 to 2 weeks

Additional Information

Industry Focus Agricultural
Architectural
Chemical
Construction
Defense
Energy
Marine
Mining
Truck Body
Transportation
Contract Manufacturing
High-Quality Components
Intended Application Lifting Equipment
Truck Cranes
Wear Parts
Boom Components
Frame Rails
Custom Tanks
Industry Standards ISO 9001:2015 Certified
AWS-D1.1 Certified
File Formats AutoCAD Inventor
PDF
DWG

Our Commitment to Quality

Our team is fully dedicated to ensuring customers receive the highest quality fabricated components for their needs. G.E. Mathis Company is proudly ISO 9001:2015 certified, meaning our quality management system meets all ISO requirements. We work hard to maintain this certification so our customers have peace of mind, knowing they will receive the highest quality products and services from our company. In addition, G.E. Mathis Company can provide the following services:

  • PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) – All Levels
  • FAIR (First Article Inspection Report)
  • Capability Studies (Statistical Process Control)
  • CMRT (Conflict Minerals Reporting Template)

Contact G.E. Mathis Company for Your Forming and Bending Needs 

For over 115 years, G.E. Mathis Company has remained committed to providing quality metal fabrication solutions. Our extensive experience, advanced equipment, and dedication to quality assure customers that they can trust in our products and services time and again. Contact us today to learn more about our precision forming and other fabrication capabilities. To discuss your next project with one of our experts, request a quote today.

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