Punching Holes

Punching Holes is the best way to cut holes into metal pieces with precise hole size, smoothness and minimum burr.  Our equipment can cut clean edges, tight tolerances in a variety of hole sizes and shapes. 

Our capabilities:

  • 65 tonPunchesPlate 1/8" – 1"
  • Beams, Angles, Channels, Square, rectangular, oval and round shapes
  • Standard and offset

Equipment: Beam Punch 790, Whitney Beam Punch 791-009, Whitney Hydraulic Punch 700-T-1/2, Johansson Multi-Drill2, Mag Drill WA3500, Royal Drill Press, Atlas Drill Press, Geka Ironworker 80-SD, Piranha Ironworker P90, Omera Ironworker 45820

Notching  is a common process in metalworking.  It is a shearing process where a metal piece is removed from the outside edge of a workpiece. 

Our capabilities:

  • Notching capacity up to 3/8"
  • Stainless steel capacity to 1/4"
  • 8-7/8" x 8-7/8" 90 degree Notch
  • Adjustable Stroke, 50 per minute
  • Jog, Single, or continuous mode
  • Front to back cutting 

Equipment: Geka Ironworker 80-SD, Piranha Ironworker P90, Omera Ironworker 45820

Drilling and Countersinking Holes  is among the most common yet demanding process in metalworking.  Countersinking is to enlarge and/or bevel the side of a hole to allow any given fixture to be sunk below the surface of that hole. 

Our capabilities:

  • Drilling capacity up to 1"
  • 3" quill diameter
  • 7" quill diameter
  • Variable speed
  • Controlled depth
  • Full 360 table swing, full 360 drill head swing
  • Power feed rates of .004, .006, .009. and .012 inches/revolution
  • Accurate hole depth is maintained through spindle dwelling at bottom of stroke until feed is manually disengaged
  • Countersinking
  • Deburring

Equipment: Atlas Drill Press 1815, Dayton Drill Press 6W282C, Johansson Multi-Drill2, Mag Drill WA3500, Royal Drill Press