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Extensive Material Expertise to Meet Your Needs

When it comes to choosing materials you have many different choices. That's why UT Metal can be trusted to work with your company every step of the way to make sure you have the raw material that works best for your application. 

We work with all of the major metal material manufactures as well as distributors to assure our customers that we can provide them with the highest quality materials. 

With all the different types of materials available today, making the right decision is essential when trying to maximize the life expectancy of a part while staying within your budget. At UT Metal we work with our customers to make sure that the right material is being utilized and that the design is within the boundaries of the materials characteristics. 

Materials Stamped:
UT Metal's heritage of sheet metal fabrication dates back to the company's origins in 1988. The company specializes in the stamping of tight-tolerance, close-pitch, high-precision and light-gauge metal components and welded assemblies. These metal stamping services can be completed using a variety of metal materials. 

A few of these include: 
  • Cold Rolled Steel
  • Hot Rolled Steel
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Electro Galvanized Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Copper
Materials Welded/Polished/Coating/Plating 
At UT Metal, the most common processes involved in the retail store fixture, display shelving units or the metal furniture items are TIG/MIG/Spot welding, brazing, sand-polishing,powder coating or Chrome plating. Sometimes a specific treatment is necessary in order to achieve a complex implant shape. Other times the fabrication can be selected based on the effect it will have on the characteristics of the material. Most materials are available in standard sheet,tube or bar forms. These forms can be stamped/machined/welded into the final shape. 

Typically Material Used:

  • Aluminum
  • Brass
  • Mild Steel (Sheet, tube or bar forms)
  • Stainless Steel
  • Glass (Tempered)