Metalmite Talks Face-Splines, 3D Printing, and More with Jay Jacobs

Metalmite Talks Face-Splines, 3D Printing, and More with Jay Jacobs

On October 10, 2019 Jay Jacobs, Host of The Job Shop Show, interviewed Tom Gendich, Owner of Metalmite Corporation. They discussed Face-Splines, 3D Printing, and much more. Jay asked Tom about many things, you should listen to the entire podcast here or on any podcast app (Just search Metalmite).  One question that was particularly interesting was “What is a face-spline?”…

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Additive Manufacturing at Metalmite

Additive Manufacturing at Metalmite

We are in the midst of a whole new market here at Metalmite. After 50 years of precision machining with 5 and 6 axis CNC mills and mill-turn machines, we have added a couple 3D printers that are allowing us to offer solutions in hours instead of days or weeks. We have enjoyed the process of printing the carbonfiber parts…

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Metalmite 3D Printing Services

Metalmite 3D Printing Services

We are always looking for ways to improve and expand our capabilities as a custom part manufacturer. We are excited to announce that we are now offering 3D printing in both steel and carbon-fiber. Additive manufacturing is the future, helping us reduce waste and drastically reduce lead times. The MarkForged 3D printer allows us to make plastic, carbon fiber, and…

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Metalmite has a new ISO Certification

Metalmite has a new ISO Certification

Metalmite has upgraded our ISO certification to a new registrar- ASR!  They are known for being ANAB accredited.  We completed our Stage 3 Audit earlier this month and we have our new certification available for download on our website.  You can click the ISO logo anywhere on our site (Check the Footer) or click on this link to go directly…

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48 Hour Guarantee on Quotes?

48 Hour Guarantee on Quotes?

Recently you may have received a postcard in the mail about the 3 New Things you need to know about with Metalmite. On the front there was our new promise for the “48 Hour Guarantee” that we are excited to bring to you! Metalmite is offering a 48 hour guarantee to return RFQs when they meet these requirements: Customer is…

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Joe Penzien at Metalmite Video

Joe Penzien at Metalmite Video

We are grateful for the Metalmite Legacy with 50 years of precision machining. WATCH VIDEO HERE. With the recent announcement that Bob Supernaw will retire at the end of this year, we needed to find another leader capable of filling that need… so we are introducing Joe Penzien, Metalmite’s New Director of Operations. Welcome to Metalmite! As a full-service machine…

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Metalmite Has a New Director of Operations

Metalmite Has a New Director of Operations

Metalmite is proud and excited to announce that we have a new Director of Operations, Joe Penzien! Joe has worked with Metalmite for the past few years as both a supplier and as a customer. He brings to the table a wealth of knowledge from hands-on experience on the shop floor, developed from a solid background as an accomplished CNC…

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3D Printing at Metalmite

3D Printing at Metalmite

As we have started using the 3D printers now at Metalmite we are finding new uses everyday! We have used the Carbon-fiber and the Nylon in several applications and have learned that there are even more uses than we imagined. The 17-4 printer is close to ready and we look forward to printing the steel parts very soon! Metalmite will…

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Ed Tibbitts, Longtime Employee passed away Jan 22, 2019

Ed Tibbitts, Longtime Employee passed away Jan 22, 2019

Ed Tibbitts- Longtime Metalmite Employee Passed away on 22 January, 2019 Edwin Carleton Tibbitts, age 65, of Dryden, died Tues. Jan. 22, 2019. Memorial services will be held at 12:30 PM Mon. Jan. 28, 2019 at the Dryer Funeral Home, Holly, with Pastor Timothy Erickson officiation. Military honors and burial will be at Great Lakes National Cemetery, Holly. Visitation will…

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Quality and Safety

Quality and Safety

Recently I read an article about how quality and safety go hand and hand. You would not normally think these two are related in that way. But the article talked about how the CEO of Alcoa, Paul O’Neill, made it his number one objective to keep the workers safe. From this goal he also increased their quality, their profits, and…

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