About Our Operations
As your full-service metal stamping source, Clairon Metals is proud to be an ISO 9001:2015 certified major stamping partner and supplier to companies across the country. Our world class manufacturing operations is only a portion of our success: Our propensity to deliver high-quality, in-house production coupled with our state-of-the-art program management system and our team’s dedication to our customers, sets us apart in the realm of contract manufacturing.
Our capabilities range from 35 ton to 1100 ton presses to 18 robotic Mig Weld Cells, 15 Resistance weld cells, on sight engineering, design, tool building and a full quality lab. Please contact us if you are in need of parts or consultation or would just like to come by for a tour.
As an expert in contract manufacturing, Clairon Metals is proud to offer cost effective custom metal stamping solutions for short, medium, or long production runs with dedicated engineering, design and tooling resources on site. Learn More
Our robotic weld cells and equipment ensures we are able to manufacture parts exactly to your specifications in a timely, cost-efficient manner. Through years of continual improvement, our welding department has expanded to meet the unique needs of our customers. Learn More
Tooling & Fixtures
Our in-house tooling department uses CAD-3D Master Cam, Catia, and Solid Works software to deliver a quality tool, both designed and built, to meet your needs. With production runs ranging from short, medium or high volumes, you can be sure having these internal services will give you quality, timeliness, and competitive pricing. Learn More
Whether you need high volume progressive stamping or complex value-added services, the Clairon Metals team understands your needs for quality components and on-time delivery. Review our all-encompassing equipment list and services. We have the ability to work with existing tooling or to start from product launch. Learn More
Robotic MIG Welding Services
Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is a gas metal arc welding process common in shops and factories across the country.Robotic MIG welding uses a continuous solid wire electrode, which is fed through the machine using a liner, then out of an electrically charged contact tip. Learn More