The robotics and automation industry has seen tremendous growth in recent years. Companies must constantly produce new parts to meet the ever-changing needs of this industry.
Thanks to our highly efficient process, we provide quick, accurate tooling and unmatched short-run and medium-run stamping. With over 60 years of experience helping businesses of all sizes in the farming and agriculture industry, we’re ready to help your business grow.
“Winco Stamping meets our deadlines. They’re efficient, helpful and timely with quotes.” – Satisfied Client
Winco Stamping has the industry experience and expertise to produce the pieces you need in the robotics industry. Our in-house tooling process allows us to promise you will receive the components you order to your exact specifications.
We provide stamped metal parts for:
- Control systems
- Industrial machinery
- And more!
Metal forms from Winco Stamping have continuous edges, no nibble marks, die controlled dimensions and all the burrs are on the same side of the part. We have experience stamping industrial automation parts from cold rolled steel, aluminum, stainless steel, copper and more!
Winco provides a great advantage over other manufacturing processes for industrial automation. With standardization of in-house equipment, we’re able to react quickly to any design changes. And thanks to our tooling guarantee, you’ll get your samples on time - or your tooling is free!
We don't just stop at stamping. Our secondary services for industrial automation parts include PEM insertion, riveting, machining, and welding. We’re here to be your partner and support in your production goals by providing the best assembly every single time.
Our ISO 9001:2015 certified process produces stamped parts for product startups, legacy products and short-run and medium-run product lines. Winco Stamping has the ability to produce metal stampings with blanked dimensions +/-.005″ on the sheer side of the part and formed dimensions +/-.010” inside a bend.
Contact us now to get a free quote on your next project!