Custom Sheet Metal Bending Services

At G.E. Mathis Company, we specialize in precision metal fabrication, offering a range of services to deliver long, complex, and close-tolerance components for diverse industries. Among our core competencies is metal bending. Learn more about our custom metal bending services to discover how our team can support your project.

We offer multiple material, finish, and length options, creating components with some of the tightest tolerances in the industry.

  • Precision Metal Bending Capabilities

    Metal Bending Materials

    • Carbon steel
    • Stainless steel
    • High-strength steel, such as STRENX® (formerly DOMEX)
    • Abrasion-resistant steel, such as HARDOX® wear plate
    • High-yield plate
    • Aluminum
    • Inconel
    • Monel
    • Titanium
    • Brass
    • Bronze
    • Copper

    Finish Options

    • Galvanized
    • Vinyl coated


    • Up to 2 inches

    Capacity and Maximum Length

    • 400 tons x 20 feet
    • 500 tons x 20 feet
    • 750 tons x 30 feet
    • 770 tons x 23 feet
    • 1,000 tons x 25 feet
    • 1,000 tons x 40 feet
    • 825 tons x 48 feet
  • Additional Information


    • CNC hydraulic press brakes
    • Hydraulic press brakes


    • Channels
    • Angles
    • Bump formed sections
    • Cylinder sections
    • Ob-round
    • Rounds
    • Segments
    • Cones
    • Squares


    • First article
    • In-process
    • Final
    • PPAP

    File Formats

    • AutoCAD Inventor
    • PDF
    • DWG

Why Partner With G.E. Mathis for Your Sheet Metal Bending Needs

Precision Forming/Bending

Since 1905, G.E. Mathis has been dedicated to quality. We employ experienced craftspeople with the skill and expertise to create high-quality components tailored to your unique needs. We maintain ISO 9001:2015 and AWS-D1.1 certifications as evidence of that commitment, and offer the following inspections and specialized services to ensure all components meet your specifications:

  • First article inspection report (FAIR)
  • Production part approval process (PPAP), all levels
  • Capability studies for statistical process control
  • Conflict minerals reporting template (CMRT)

Our additional services include:


Working on everything from prototypes to large production runs, G.E. Mathis provides short lead times of one to two weeks with no order minimums.

What is metal bending, and how does the process work?

The metal bending process changes the form of plates and sheets of metal by applying force. Utilizing specialized machinery like hydraulic presses and rollers, this technique deforms the metal until it achieves the desired shape or angles.

Does the metal bending process have any particular limitations?

Depending on the thickness of your material, the part’s complexity, and its required tolerances, your component may be difficult to complete through metal bending alone. You can check with our experts and the G.E. Mathis team can discuss any required secondary processing and finishing with you.

What factors should I consider as I design components that will undergo metal bending?

First, you’ll need to ensure that your chosen material as well as its thickness are compatible with the metal bending process. The design itself must also be conducive to metal bending, meaning that your part should fall within the capabilities of the bending process and its machinery to achieve. You’ll also need to consider the required bend angle and radius of your part and look for ways to minimize springback and distortion.

What should I look for to ensure I select the appropriate service provider for my metal bending project?

After you’ve verified that the potential provider offers the capabilities necessary to complete your specific project, and that their services meet your timeline and budget, you should also take the following into consideration: years of experience, equipment they use, quality assurance practices, company reputation, and customer reviews. When in doubt, reach out to discuss your project details.

Contact Our Experts Today for Custom Metal Bending Solutions

Interested in learning more about the G.E. Mathis difference? Contact us for information on our metal bending capabilities, or request a quote today to get started:

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