We offer a wide variety of services to help you take your idea and turn it into the final product. From an idea on paper to a computerized image to ultimately fabricating a final product that exceeds your expectations.
Stainless, Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass Tig Welding.
Steel and Aluminum Mig Welding.
All aspects of sheet metal forming and rolling: pipe, tube, wire bending and rolling.
Powder-Coating, Wet Paint
3-D Modeling with solid works
CNC milling of products such as plywood, MDF, Sentra, Acrylic custom staining
Along with custom designing and fabrication, we also do contract welding, piece work, and repair work. We have over ten years of experience working with stainless steel, aluminum, mild steel, copper, and brass.
Our projects range in size from small electrical contacts (abut the size of a watch battery), gate handles and address numbers to large 45-foot long deep fat fryers for industrial food processing and oversized aerospace jet engines. No project is too small or too large. Each project is given equal care and priority from day one to final delivery. We hope to exceed your expectations with every project.
All projects go through a multi-step inspection before leaving our shop. They are tested for strength, durability, and precision according to the blueprint measurements.
Our competitive shop rate makes the quality of our work, attention detail, and exceptional customer service unbeatable. We offer piece rate pricing for any projects of large, duplicated quantities upon completion of one item at our hourly shop rate.
The name speaks for itself. Stainless Steel does not stain, corrode or rust unlike ordinary steel. Common uses for Stainless Steel range from everyday kitchen items to NSF approved food equipment, surgical tools to industrial machinery.
Mild Steel is the most common form of steel due to its low price and properties that make it suitable for several applications. Mild Steel can be used for automotive frames, racks, firearms, brackets, structural support, decorative fixtures and anything that requires a high tensile strength.
Aluminum is well known for its light weight and ability to resist corrosion. It is a non-sparking, non-magnetic, and non-toxic metal with excellent heat displacement. Aluminum is commonly used in automotive, ATV, bicycle, and aircraft frames and parts.
Copper is a reddish-colored ductile metal with high electrical and thermal conductivity. Common uses are piping, wiring, decorative hoods, and artistic pieces.
Brass is an alloy of copper and zinc where the levels of the two can be varied to create a range of brasses. Primarily used in the same ways as copper, and also commonly used for musical instruments and ammunition.
A lightweight, strong and lustrous corrosion-resistant metal. Titanium is well known for having the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any other metal. Making it an ideal choice for jet engines, aircraft parts, orthopedic implants and missiles.
We offer a wide variety of finishing options to give your project the exact look that you desire.
#2 - Mill / Satin / Polished Finish
The unpolished cold rolled material as it is obtained from the producing mill. It may sometimes exhibit a slight luster from the rolling process, but no reflectivity.
#4 - Grain / Brushed Finish
The industry standard produced with short, parallel polishing lines. These lines extend uniformly along the length of the coil. It is obtained by mechanical polishing. Depending on requirements, the final finish can be between 120 to 320 grit. High numbers create finer polishing lines and more reflective finishes. The surface roughness is typically a general-purpose finish, and is widely used for kitchen/restaurant equipment, food processing, and dairy equipment.
#8 – Mirror Finish
The industry standard for a highly reflective, mirror appearance. This is archived by directionally buffing with abrasive compounds in several stages, followed by buffing with a rouge compound. The surface produced is bright and highly reflective and is virtually free of grit lines.
Flatline Fabrication specializes in light to medium duty sheet and structural metal fabrication with a focus in high-tech stainless steel and aluminum products.
Operating with the simple philosophy that a happy employee is a focused and dedicated employee. Flatline Fabrication provides an upbeat, clean, and safe work environment. A positive work environment translates to a friendly sales and customer service staff, and an engineering and fabrication team who takes great pride in their work.
All machines are precise and Flatline Fabrication takes pride in the precision of their employees. Our helpful and friendly sales staff are motivated to get build precisely what you want.
Flatline Fabrication takes great pride in their work, resulting in exact dimensions, flawless TIG welds, quick turn around and competitive rates.
Call us today and put us to work.
We are a motivated and creative company. The two owners (Matt Miller and Steve Fuller) both started their fabricating careers in 1998. Flatline Fabrication was formed in April of 2007. Over the years Flatline has grown to well over 20 employees. Flatline Fabrication prides in quality and quick turn around.