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Precision Sheet Metal Fabrication
Ultratech, Inc. fabricates sheet metal parts for a diverse customer base, including OEMs and Contract Manufacturers, located throughout North America, and to a lesser extent Europe and Asia. Each job is unique and Ultratech takes great care in producing a quality product that is ready to enter a global supply chain after leaving our facility. Below you can find more information regarding fabrication samples, raw materials we work with, the metal fabrication services we offer, the industries we serve, and our quality and engineering departments.
The following gallery is a sampling of our fabrication work to give you a better idea of our capabilities. We can fabricate whatever you may require, whether it’s a simple bracket, or a complex chassis or prototype.
Materials We Fabricate
Carbon Steel (Cold Rolled, HRP&O, Galvannealed, Galvanized)
Stainless Steel (304, 316, 430)
Aluminum (2024, 5052, 6061, 7075)
*Not a comprehensive list*
*Thicknesses ranging from .005″ to .625″ depending on the material*
Fabrication Services Offered
Engineering / Design / Prototypes
CNC Laser Cutting/Turret Punching
Forming (Press Brake and Rolling)
Automated Hardware Insertion (PEM and Rivet)
Welding (MIG/TIG, Robotic, Spot, Stud)
Grinding /Deburring/ Polishing
Quality Management System
Ultratech, Inc. has a quality management system in place designed to consistently meet customer requirements in a cost-effective and timely manner, while continually improving our processes and procedures involved in the sheet metal fabrication process. Each job that enters our shop is treated with the same standard of inspection and care to ensure that it is made per print, and then delivered to the customer on time and in good condition.
At the beginning of the inspection process, each part is checked for compliance by our Amada Fabrivision optical inspection machine. This ensures that the part was cut/punched from the sheet within tolerance and that all features of the part are present. As the part moves through the shop, a “First Piece Inspection” will be done for each additional operation to ensure compliance. Parts that require multiple welds, bends, or types of hardware will have each individually checked. Any machined parts that may be present in a project will be checked for compliance by our Optical Comparator machine. When a part reaches the end of the fabrication process it is put through a “Final Inspection” to double check tolerances, aesthetic requirements, and functionality.
If the customer insists on a more thorough inspection process we can provide a “First Article Inspection” or an AS 9100 type report, at a cost. In doing this we will provide reports of all dimensions, balloon drawings, paint certifications, plating certifications, material certifications, or whatever else may be required by the customer to receive the traceability they need on their product.
If for whatever reason a customer is not satisfied with the final product they have received, we are always willing to work with them to get it up to the standard they had expected.
Our experienced manufacturing engineering staff is happy to work closely with the customer to fabricate the best product possible. Whether this means designing something from scratch, providing feedback for a potential prototype, re-engineering an existing product, or even something simple like selecting a material, we can help.Our goal is to provide the customer with the functionality and cost-effectiveness they are looking for. With the latest engineering software available (Solidworks, Pro-E Wildifre 5.0), the possibilities are limitless. It does not matter if the product is the size of a quarter or a telephone booth, we can fabricate it.
Files Formats Accepted: PDF, Pro-E, Solidworks, Inventor, IGES, STEP, DXF, DWG