Sapa North America offers a wide range of services across our network of production facilities. All Sapa North America extrusion facilities have access to the resources of the entire network, making Sapa an idea partner for most every production requirement.
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Sapa North America offers a wide range of extrusion press sizes across our network of production facilities. With 23 locations and 68 presses in North America, we can offer press circle sizes from 2.5" to nearly 22" wide. We offer the largest number of indirect presses in the market, with cross- tooling for large volume customers and extensive customer support. All Sapa North America extrusion facilities have access to the resources of the entire network, making Sapa an idea partner for most every extrusion need.
AssemblyBendingCNC MachiningConduit FabricationCountersinkingCrimpingCross CuttingCut-to-lengthDeburringDie ManufacturingDrillingEnd DeburringFasteningFill & DebridgeFlaringFriction Stir Welding- Friction-stir welding (FSW) is a solid-state joining process (meaning the metal is not melted during the process) and is used for applications where the original metal characteristics must remain unchanged as far as possible and weld distortion must be minimized.FSW Long Lengths & Components-Friction Stir Welding of long length assemblies or smaller individual components.Heat TreatingHydro Forming- Hydroforming is a specialized type of die forming that uses a high pressure hydraulic fluid (water) to press room temperature working material into a die.Insulated StrutKitting-Grouping multiple unique parts per customer specification.Metal SawMIG Welding- Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is a type of gas metal arc welding often used for welding aluminum.MillingMiter and Double Miter CutNotchingBendingPrecision CuttingPress Cut LengthsProtective Film- Applied film coating for protection of parts/lengths.Punch MillPunchingRecut LengthsRemelting- Melting recycled aluminum scrap for reuse.RepositioningRiv-NutsRivetingRobotic WeldingSawingShearingStretch BendingStretchingSub-assemblySwagingTappingThermal BarrierTIG Welding- Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), also known as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding, is an arc welding process that uses a nonconsumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld.Tumble DeburrTumblingVertical & Horizontal MillsWelding
Polishing & Brushing- Surface finishing techniques to enhance or modify appearance of the finished product.Sand Blasting- Abrasive surface finishing technique using various types of abrasion media.
2 Booth Vertical Wet Paint to 21'4 Booth Vertical Wet PaintAMAA CertifiedIntermix Capabilities (full service applicator)Liquid Horizontal to 28'Liquid Paint (2 Electrostatic Vertical Wet Lines)Liquid Vertical to 25'-Polishing & Brushing- Surface finishing techniques to enhance or modify appearance of the finished product.Powder Coat (1 Vertical Powder Line) to 25'- Powder coat paint is a free-flowing ‘dry’ powder coating, typically applied electrostatically and then cured under heat to allow it to flow and form a "skin".
Anodize Clear (201, 202, 204, 205 R1) - up to 31'/Duralock (215-L light bronze, 215-M medium bronze, 215-D dark bronze; up to 31'/215-Cham champagne; 215-BB black – Both Caustic as well as Acid EtchClear Anodizing- A widely used anodizing method typically involving sulfuric acid anodize followed by hot water seal.Two-Step Anodizing- Also known as Electrolytic Coloring; after anodizing the metal is immersed in a bath containing an inorganic metal salt. Current is applied which deposits the metal salt in the base of the pores. The resulting color is dependent on the metal salt used and the processing conditions.Electrolytically Deposited Color (champagne to black) up to 29' - See Two-Step AnodizingHard Coat Clear- An electrochemical process that provides clear corrosion protection to aluminum and aluminum alloy parts or pieces.Sapa Select Acid Etch- An alternative chemical etching process that produces a superior finish compared to traditional caustic etch anodizing. Acid etching is performed in the pre-treatment cleaning of aluminum profiles, prior to the anodizing process.Brite Dip to 18'- Brite Dip is a process for increasing the specularity or brightness of aluminum by leveling the microscopic roughness or "peaks and valleys" on the surface of aluminum parts. Brite Dip anodizing enhances the glossy appearance of aluminum for cosmetic applications.Traditional Caustic Etch- Chemical treatment done prior to anodizing to improve the final appearance of the anodized part.
AutoCADAutoCAD 2000CadraCadra 10.4.1–007Cocreate for Profile Design, Prototypes, Die ManufacturingDie Manufacturing, AutoCAD, Unigraphics NXHelix Design System 3DInventorPrototypesSolidworks
ABS Quality CertificationFull destructive testing and Inspection lab for certification of material processes. UL6A and CSA approved rigid aluminumFull service QA LabISO 14001ISO 9001ISO TS16949 Automotive Standard specificationMil-I-45208A Inspection System conduit in 1⁄2" to 6" sizes.QA Mechanical Certifications
Bloom Tube StockCATV SheathingClose Tolerance Tube and PipeConduit FittingsExtra Thin ProfilesPunch presses to 400 tons, Large Bed CNC mill
Anneal Oven for 0 Temper productsStadium Seating with Parts InventoryThermal Break- Addition of an element of low thermal conductivity placed in an assembly to reduce or prevent the flow of thermal energy between conductive materials.
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