J H Marshall Pressings Ltd
Everything Customised For YOU
We work with the following range of metals:
Mild Steel | Galvanised Steel | Stainless Steel | Copper | Brass
Sheet metal fabrication
Our 90 years of experience working within a wide range of services; producing high quality low and high volume metal stamping.
Progressive presswork/High volume stamping
With our several coil feeders; we can produce units at a very high volume at a very competitive unit price, due to reduced labour and reduced tool changes.
We operate one of the largest metal presswork production facilities in the Midlands, with power presses ranging in capacity from 6 to 120 tonne. Our press machines are equipped for automatic coil feeding of materials up to 8mm thick using either progressive or single stage-operation tooling.
With decades of experience, we use a highly developed deep-drawing process. Through using less material and reducing waste this ensures maximum efficiency and a very cost-effective production process.
Welding and assembly
We have the facilities in-house to complete spot welding work, adding to the range of services we can offer to our customers.
We work with metals varying from 0.9mm – 12mm thick, and our presses have a capability of up to 200 Tonnes.
We can offer our expertise on the most effective way of producing your requirements and can help design any tooling from our in-house Toolmaking Engineer. We can cater for both small and large unit quantities.
We also offer a sample bespoke manufacturing service, where we are happy and willing to sign a confidentiality agreement to protect your idea.
Our customers come from a wide range of industries including agricultural, automotive manufacturing, construction, industrial shelving, local transport, and the highways maintenance and safety sector.
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