Utah's Most Trusted Metal Fabricator

For the best in top quality custom metal work, metal fabrication in Utah is our specialty. From ornamental ironwork for fences, railings and decorative pieces; to steel fabrication and expert metal repair projects, we have got you covered.

Metal fabrications entails all cutting, shaping and joining of metals together. For example, a few of the more common processes entail drilling, punching, cutting, stamping, forging and milling. Each of these procedures requires a unique type of machine to reconstruct metal into a precise shape.

Fabrication Process at Edmonds Railing

A vital part of the manufacturing process is metal fabrication. Most people might imagine welding when they think of metal fabrication. However, welding is just one process that is used by metal fabricators.  There are several techniques used in the process to shape metal into a desired product or part.

Most metal fabrication involves sheet metal that can be as thick as .25”. By cutting, folding, stamping or shaping, the metal is created into the finished product.

In a nutshell, the first step is to design the project, then cut and shape the metal, and last is to finish and assemble the part.

The finishing method like debarring and grinding makes sure that the metal functions as it should and that there is no excess materials. We can also heat-treat metals to strengthen them.

If you have a project that needs to be created or fixed involving metal, call us for impeccable customer service every time.

  • CNC Plasma Cutting
  • Casting
  • Machining
  • Wielding
  • Shearing
  • Punching
  • Stamping

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Metal Fabrication Types That We Offer

The type of fabrication you need is determined by the end use of the product being fabricated.


Fabrication of metals to produce commercial products that will be utilized directly by consumers like cars and appliances.


Manufacturing of pieces that are components of other equipment that, in turn, produce consumer goods.


A value-added process provided for small to large-scale construction projects.