Solutions for Your Custom Metal Parts & Components
Does your project involve custom metal parts and components? As precision metal fabricators, the experts at Switzer are here to help. Whether you have an idea for precision metal parts or a complete assembly, we’ll use cutting-edge techniques and a straightforward approach to bring your custom metal parts to life.
Switzer’s Role in Custom Metal Fabrication
Pick our brains, and you’ll see why customers who utilize our design consultation services are able to shorten their design time and plan for long-term manufacturability.
Work with us to identify the ideal manufacturing approach for your custom-designed precision metal components, and you’ll not only see improved quality but also reduce the product time-to-market.
How Switzer Meets the Needs of Your Custom Metal Parts & Components
Extensive In-House Techniques
Photochemical machining—a highly precise, repeatable and scalable method—is at the core of our business. The process is more flexible than traditional techniques of metal fabricators, making it ideal for efficiently producing small and large volumes of precision metal parts and components.
Whether used to supplement photochemical machining or as standalone operations, secondary processes are an important part of our business model as well. Stamping, punching, forming and part assembly are all capabilities that fall under our umbrella.
Reliable Team of Vendors
In the design of custom metal part prototypes, outsourcing certain steps helps ensure the highest quality product for our customers. These steps range from the materials included in metal components to the finishing work used to smooth out custom metal parts.
That’s why we pair our extensive in-house techniques with a network of experienced partners. This combined expertise improves the efficiency and accuracy of precision metal manufacturing, giving us the ability to better meet your needs.
The Benefits of Working With Switzer
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