Modern Facility Provides Complete In-House Quality Control
Operating in a custom-designed plant built in 2000, Robinson Metal teams have access to 175,000 square feet of workspace and multiple cranes to stand as a leader in structural fabrication in Wisconsin.
“Our customers know they can count on us to provide high-quality structural fabrication projects in a variety of sizes,” said Jamie Tilkens, Fabrication and Machining Division Manager at Robinson Metal. “We complete all aspects of structural fabrication in-house, which means we have complete control over quality from cuts to welds.”
A boring bar is one of the largest pieces of equipment in the Robinson Metal shop, enabling the company’s machinists to drill precise holes within tight tolerances.
“The boring bar is a tremendous asset as it allows us to cut in different positions than just vertical and horizontal,” Tilkens said. “The 120-inch table provides the capacity to handle larger-size pieces.”
The Robinson Metal plant is also in the process of installing a new Amada fiber laser that is more efficient than conventional lasers. The gains in efficiency and expediting lead times will benefit our customers and their schedules. This gives Robinson Metal the capability of cutting thicker pieces and keeping projects in-house, including specialized custom pressure vessels.
All of Robinson Metal’s AWS certified weld inspectors adhere to in-house and customer-required hold points, ensuring every project meets or exceeds codes. The company also works with third-party inspectors as required by stringent ASME Section VII Division 1 code.
About Robinson Metal, Inc.
Robinson Metal operates out of a custom-designed, 175,000-square-foot modern facility that also features a segregated stainless steel fabrication area. The company is a single-source metal fabrication supplier, employing approximately 300 people at its facilities in De Pere, Wisconsin. Its four divisions include: Fabrication Machine; Pipe and Vessel; Robinson Custom Enclosures; and Robinson Heating and Cooling.
For more information about Robinson Metal’s structural fabrication capabilities, please call (920) 494-7411, or visit http://robinsonmetal.com/.
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