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Stainless Steel and Aluminum Experts

Recent Projects

  • Sanitary Stainless Steel Drip Pan Passivated finish

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  • Description: Worked with client and shipyard to design and engineer consoles based on electronics equipment type and locations. Went through several revisions before design approved and fabrication began.

    Constructed of 1/8” aluminum and made in three sections. Laser cut, formed, and welded with black powder coat finish.

    Overall Dimensions = 178” L x 69” D x 36” T

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  • Description: Laser cut and formed stainless steel pipe bracket with conduit reliefs for Oil & Gas.
    Example of ability to form complex parts without welding.

    Dimensions = 8” T x 3” W x 14” L

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  • Description: Laser cut, formed, and welded stainless steel vessel internal for PetroChem industry.

    Dimensions = 8’ diameter

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  • Description: Laser cut and formed aluminum chassis for electronics application.

    Dimensions = 4” T x 6” W x 12” L

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  • Description: Laser cut, rolled tank and cone, and welded stainless steel tank for fuel processing.

    Dimensions = 84” T x 48” D x 60” W

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  • Description: Laser cut, formed, and welded stainless steel electronics cover for Oil & Gas.

    Dimensions = 1” T x 2.5” W x 16” L

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  • Description: Laser cut and formed stainless steel vent hood. Example of ability to form complex parts without welding.

    Dimensions = 24” T x 8” D x 12” W

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  • Description: Laser cut and formed stainless steel, 0.020” thick.

    Dimensions = 3/8” H x 1/2″ W x 1/2” L

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  • Description: Laser cut, formed, and welded diamond plate aluminum tool box for Oil & Gas vehicle fleet.

    Dimensions = 19” H x 18” D x 8” L

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  • Description: A modern laser-cut, two-panel customer display at the entrance of Vision Source.

    Challenge: To craft a modern yet timeless design that would attract customers and improve the aesthetics of the Vision Source building.

    Material Used: Bronzed Aluminum, ¼” thick.

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  • This project required stainless steel trim work on many of the millwork surfaces as backsplashes, panel overlays, end overlays, and even an overlay hanging from the ceiling.  The material of choice was 11ga stainless, which was laser cut to size, then formed with custom tooling in order to create the exact shape required to fit over the millwork.  After installation, a brush finish was applied to the stainless to provide a clean, modern look.

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  • Description: Re-engineered a console for the pilothouse of captain’s boat using 3D CAD, so the client could approve the design prior to fabrication and we could ensure a successful first-time fit and installation.

    Challenge: The piece was originally used to house navigation and other electrical equipment, and our client needed accuracy along with a quick turnaround time for this retrofit.

    Material Used: Steel With Powder Coat.

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  • Description: A laser cut, bent, rolled, and welded assembly.

    Challenge: The client needed a reduced size to fit into an anodizing tank, which required modifying some parts from weld-on to bolt-on. At the top of the weldment, a small piece of curved tube was crafted to fit perfectly into a large curved tube to allow a custom bearing to ride freely.

    Material Used: Aluminum.

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  • In 2006, Amtex Precision worked with Lockheed Martin engineers to assist in the design and fabrication for the new consoles to support the International Space Station (ISS).  Together, we worked on a strict deadline.  Test fits were performed to ensure functionality and accuracy.  Upon completion, Amtex Precision attended the ceremony dedicating the Mission Control room.  One of the highlights of the event was listening as one of the astronauts addressed the audience from the International Space Station.

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