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Sheet Metal Spinning

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It is usually done by hand, especially during the production of prototypes that are not intended for mass production. While any metal can be used that is able to take sheet form, copper, titanium, aluminum and stainless steel are the best suited materials because they are ductile, meaning they will stretch and bend before they break. Read More…

Sheet Metal Spinning The metal spinning process is done by metal spinning manufacturers while designing preforms for new products because it is fast and inexpensive.
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Bensalem, PA  |  888-245-1912

Our CNC spinning equipment are fully automated machines and capable of sheet metal spinning, trimming and beading all in one process. Copper spinning and aluminum spinning symmetrically round items is what we do most. Stainless Steel spinning is very popular for the pharmaceutical and food service parts we make. If you need to produce a symmetrical metal part without seams and with minimal tooling costs, metal spinning is a great option. please contact us—our qualified staff is available to answer any questions.

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Charles H. Schillinger Company $$$

Bell Gardens, CA  |  323-773-1356

H & H Manufacturing & Engineering Inc. was started in 1966 by two brothers, Carl and Dave Howard. From its humble beginnings, H & H Mfg. has grown into one of the premier metal spinning shops in Southern California serving customers throughout the United States. Materials spun include various alloys of steel, stainless steel, aluminum, brass, and copper up to 0.125 in. thick. For more information on how we can better serve you today, give us a call!

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H & H Manufacturing & Engineering, Inc. $$$

Downsview, ON  |  416-661-8003

Our knowledge of spinning, material and proper designed tooling gives us the ability to create a variety of excellent quality custom products in all different alloys. Steel, Aluminum, Stainless steel, aluminized, galvanized, brass and copper. Metal spun parts, fabrication, welding, machining, tool and die, polishing , plating and powder coat finishes. You can count on us for quality, precision, and on time delivery. Our Moto - "Check Twice Do Once".

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M.W. Metal Spinning $$$

Cookeville, TN  |  931-526-8412

METCOM Inc. is a manufacturer of precision metal spinnings and provides metal stamping, deep drawing, welding and anodizing services. Materials include aluminum, brass, bronze, copper, titanium and stainless steel. Short and long production runs are available. Serving the electronic, missile, laboratory, medical, food service, lighting and decorative industries for many years!

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METCOM Inc. $$$

Medley, FL  |  305-885-9988

At Accurate Metal Spinning, we work with all types of materials, including stainless and exotics up to 48 inches in diameter, and at close tolerances. Our team can spin aluminum parts up to .187 thousandths of an inch thickness, and stainless steel up to .125 thousandths of an inch thick, depending on the configuration of the piece. We currently stock various hemispherical, conical, and dome shapes, and will create custom shapes upon request.

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Accurate Metal Spinning $$$
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Sheet metal spinning can form products that are bell-shaped, spherical, tubular or cylindrical, including bowls, colanders, pots, tank heads, decorative and ornamental products, funnels, pressure vessels, lighting and lamp housings and even bells. Metal spinning manufacturers design these products for the food and beverage, lighting, marine, military, aerospace, pharmaceutical and many other industries.

48 Inch Diameter Aluminum Dome Sheet Metal Spinning - Acme Metal Spinning Inc.

The sheet metal spinning process begins when the sheet is cut to a certain size and attached to a lathe mandrel, which spins at very high rpm. The sheet metal is then slowly forced with hand held tools and rollers to form over the mandrel, and it slowly takes the shape of the desired part. This may be a physically demanding job, depending on the size and thickness of the part, type of metal and experience of the metal spinner.

Each product takes between five and ten minutes to complete, and there is little to no waste or scrap generated. The final product has a smooth exterior and interior, high shine and no wrinkling or warbling. Spin forming of any kind is a cold working process, meaning the metal is not heated and is worked at or around room temperature.

Therefore, the tensile strength and ductility of the metal is retained or increased after forming, which means that spun metal products fare well in a number of applications and environments.

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