Classic Sheet Metal was established in 1962 on the premise that Quality and Customer Service are the cornerstones of Excellence. As a leading sheet metal fabrication company, Classic Sheet Metal has transformed into a modern manufacturing facility producing products under an ISO program directed by a team of accomplished professionals. Classic’s sheet metal fabrication company is a vital part of worldwide supply chains for several well known global companies. We employ several types of production capabilities to produce quality assured parts with old-world workmanship and common sense values. Classic Sheet Metal established itself as a leader of “short run” (custom or urgent turn-around parts) and “long run” (production) sheet metal fabrication with the aid of state-of-the-art equipment and stringent quality and process control procedures. As one of the pioneers in the application of statistical process control (SPC), Classic Sheet Metal acquired decades of data which has provided members of the industry with the process capabilities of sheet metal fabrication.
Sheet Metal Fabricating Capabilities –
- Sheet Metal Punching
- Metal Stamping
- Metal Laser Cutting
- Welding Services
- Metal Forming
- Contract Assembly
Design & Engineering Consulting, Sheet Metal Prototype
Classic Sheet Metal understands the broad scope of responsibilities and pressures today’s product engineers face. It is also commonly expected that they are experts in all areas of the manufacturing of precision fabricated sheet metal products, in addition to sheet metal prototypes.
Classic Sheet Metal’s team has been serving the precision sheet metal fabrication industry for many years. During their tenure, our engineers have been able to work alongside well-known companies and their engineering teams to manufacture metal products which enhance performance, processes and efficiency.
Classic Sheet Metal’s design and engineering team continues to assist many top notch companies engineering departments to economically increase the manufacturability of their products, which in turn reduces cost.
Early Supplier Involvement Program
The Early Supplier Involvement (ESI) programs purpose is to get the expertise of both Classic Sheet Metal and our customers incorporated into the development stages of new projects. Some of the advantages of the program are listed below.
Speeds up the process of prototype development and eventually product release.
Knowledge of the process capabilities of the manufacturing techniques used is combined with customer knowledge of product.
The establishment of “process criticals” thereby calling for less inspection, in order to save time and money.
Samples can be made before prints are finalized and soft tooling/laser cutting can be used for prototypes, which avoids costly and time consuming re-tooling charges.
The transfer to a production run eases with the benefit of the acquired experience from the prototype run.
Featured Service Areas
St. Louis, MO, Lansing, MI, Grand Rapids, MI, Ft. Wayne, IN, Indianapolis, IN, Lafayette, IN, Gary, IN, Wyoming, MI, Elkhart, IN, Goshen, IN, Louisville, KY, Detroit, MI, Dearborn, MI, Denver, CO, Aurora, CO, Cincinnati, OH , Nashville, TN, Davidson, TN, Greenville, SC, Lake County, IL, Kenosha, WI, Milwaukee, WI, Green Bay, WI, Dallas, TX, Austin, TX, Ft. Worth, TX, Debuque, IA, Cedar Rapids, IA, Des Moines, IA, Springfield, IL, Decatur, IL, Campaign, IL, Bloomington, IL, Peoria, IL, Joliet, IL, Rockford, IL, McHenry, IL, Cary, IL, Waukegan, IL, Mundelien, IL, Lake Zurich, IL, Huntly, IL, Aurora, IL, Bolingbrook, IL, Oak Lawn, IL, Orland Park, IL, Tinley Park, IL, Elk Grove Village, IL, Addison, IL