MetzFab Industries Moves Into Larger Building in Phoenix Arizona

MetzFab Industries, the Phoenix, Arizona-based sheet metal fabrication company, announced the relocation of its manufacturing and office to accommodate the rapid growth and future expansion plans for its waterjet and laser cutting operations and precision sheet-metal business. The new building provides capacity for manufacturing, customer support, engineering, sales and services and leadership functions across the entity.

“We were fortunate to find such a nice and well-served space. We really wanted to limit the impact that relocation could have on our clients and our employees. I don’t think we could have found a better location for our team. Our location and enhanced operational efficiencies will help us continue to grow and develop to keep pace with our clients’ needs, allowing us to provide exceptional value and superior service along the way,” said Brandon Metzger, CEO of MetzFab Industries.

As part of their breadth of services offered, MetzFab has expertise in 5-Axis precision waterjet cutting, which uses water compressed up to 94,000 PSI to cut perfect 3D parts. MetzFab’s waterjet cutting equipment can cut aluminum, stainless steel, titanium, copper, marble, stone, glass and composites materials, to form parts anywhere from 0.005 in. to 12 inches in thickness. The precision of this top-of-the-line equipment allows them to achieve large amounts of detail.

MetzFab also offers CNC laser cutting services, wherein they can cut aluminum, stainless steel, mild steel, and other types of metals. Laser cutting is optimal for cutting precise, accurate, and detailed parts.

MetzFab Industries is a leader in the design and manufacture of precision metal products. Their team of skilled craftsmen provide a complete spectrum of value-added services and manufacturing capabilities to serve a full-range of customer needs and industries. MetzFab Industries is your one stop for design, fabrication, laser cutting, waterjet cutting, CNC machining, welding and finishing.

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