Mark Metals offers complete custom metal fabrication services. Our work ranges from custom prototype parts to short-run production using aluminum, steel, and stainless steel.  We fill the need for unique and specialized metal products and components that cannot be mass-produced.

Custom metal fabrication is any process that cuts, shapes, or molds metal material into a final product, creating metal structures or components that are tailored to the specific needs of a customer.  This process typically involves cutting, bending, welding, and assembling metal pieces according to specifications and design requirements. We can create a wide range of products, from small machinery parts to metal racks, construction supports, and large-scale sign frames.  We also offer metal repair and restoration services.

Custom metal fabrication requires specialized skills and expertise, as well as access to advanced equipment and tools, such as CNC machines, plasma cutters, and welders.

Our talented team can start the fabrication process with an idea or a simple sketch, providing both design and fabrication for these built-to-order parts.

We service industries such as construction, automotive, and manufacturing, where precision and quality are crucial.  Contact Mark Metals if your needs require a non-standard component or unique metal product.

Mark Metals Custom Metal Fabrication


Mark Metals’ custom fabrication services can work with customers in all stages of the product development process. Whether you require a complete production run of items or support on a component assembly project, Mark Metals offers:

  • Design: Have a CAD drawing, a sketch, or an idea?  Mark Metals can help you design your product, component, or part from beginning to end.

  • Fabrication:  The actual building or creation of the metal product.

  • Finishing and Assembly: The improvement of product quality through post-fabrication treatments.


Once a product has been designed, the manufacturing process can begin. Choosing a fabrication method suited to a given project depends partly on geometry, the product’s intended purpose, and the materials used in crafting it, including:

  • Cutting
  • Sawing
  • Bending
  • Forging
  • Extrusion
  • Punching
  • Welding
  • Drilling
  • Milling
  • Turning

Metal Finishing & Assembly Services

Some custom metal products require secondary finishing treatments to achieve their intended specifications. Assembly services may also be necessary for combining two or more components into a single functional unit. Common secondary custom metal fabrication services include:

  • Bonding
  • Bolting
  • Grinding
  • Riveting
  • Screwing
  • Threading
  • Polishing
  • Blasting
  • Painting

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