In 1959, we opened our doors at Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company as a tool and die shop. We have since grown to become a top-tier metal stamping company with our core specialties including progressive and deep-drawn stamping services. From low-volume orders and prototypes to high-volume orders with advanced tooling requirements, we can do it all. We want to ensure that our customers receive the exact part they need at the highest level of quality.
For six decades, Manor Tool & Manufacturing Company has built a reputation as one of the leading providers of professional and reliable metal stamping services, specializing in punching, bending, forming, and deep drawn stamping of metal parts and components for numerous sectors.
Metal stamping provides our clients with a cost-effective way to produce high-volume product runs. Metal stamping dies are used to cut extremely precise shapes into a metal workpiece. The process can involve one or many dies progressively in the same machine. Setup for metal stamping is simple and quick, reducing lead times and allowing us to offer rapid turnaround times. Some of the industries that incorporate metal stamped components include:
- Construction Tools
- Military & Defense
- Oil & Gas
Each industry has its own specific requirements, which is why we offer an array of metal stamping capabilities to fulfill their requirements. Examples include:
A process that turns metal sheets into axisymmetric components. Most of the components that come out of this process are cylindrical in design, but box-shaped designs are also possible.
This method passes the workpiece through a series of dies that progressively perform different operations on the material to form the final part.
Metal fabrication encompasses a vast range of processes used to form or shape metal components. We can perform metal fabrication on a range of materials including aluminum, copper, nickel, carbon steel, and brass.
We frequently perform metal fabrication services for a large array of industries, including:
Our metal fabrication capabilities include forging, extrusion, drilling, drawing, welding, milling, turning, and punching.
We offer custom tooling and die services for our customers to accommodate their unique production needs. Using an array of advanced equipment and software, our experienced engineers can expertly develop custom tooling for single and multi-station stamping assemblies.
Our engineering team offers the following services:
- Design consultations – Our engineers will review your design and identify areas of improvement and offer suggestions for refinement.
- Cost-reduction analysis – Our engineers will provide you with alternate design options to help you save money. They will also ensure that the design will work with current manufacturing methods.
- Prototype development – We will create a prototype quickly to allow customers to review it and make changes before beginning a full production run.
We use Finite Element Analysis software to run through projections of the final results of various metal stamping applications. This allows us to identify and design flaws early and give our customers realistic expectations of their final product
We offer a wide range of secondary machining and finishing services, including:
- And many more
If your order requires the special attention of one of these services, just let us know and we can help. We also offer welding services that include:
- MIG welding
- TIG welding
- Spot welding
- Projection welding
Our in-house quality assurance team monitors quality at every level of production — from design to distribution. Our expert tooling engineers work very closely with quality engineers to make sure every product we produce meets our high standards. This includes work done with machines such as:
- Brown & Sharp Digit-Hite Plus
- Tesa Micro-Hite
- Sherr-Tumico Fully Programmable CNC 2 Axis Optical Comparator