ACCI Industries, a division of PTR Group, is highly skilled in the fabrication of metal components requiring complex processing and precision assembly.
We fabricate all grades of carbon, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metals that are from an 18 gauge to 5″ thick.
Metal cutting has been a core of manufacturing throughout history; it produces a metal part by removing unwanted material in the form of chips. Our three overhead cranes with 5-ton to 20-ton capacities allow us to safely and efficiently handle any material that your project requires.
- High-Speed Laser Cutting & Bending
- High Definition Plasma Cutting
- High Definition Oxy Cutting
- Band Saw Cutting
State-of-the-art lasers enable us to quickly cut thicker, more intricate parts more accurately and with superior edge quality. The lasers are loaded and unloaded using an automatic sheet handling system, which results in more laser uptime. A CNC Press Brake accompanies this laser cell to finish parts to their final shape.
Automatic Load/Unload Cell
Table Size: 60″ x 120″ auto sheet load
Auto sheet load
4000-watt flying optics
1/2º taper per 1″ thickness
.002″ tolerance precision repeatable to .004″ per foot
Maximum capacity: 125 Metric Tons (138 US Tons)
Maximum table length: 3.0 Meters (114.8 inches)
CAD Interfacing (drawing file formats)
CAD Interfacing (Drawing file formats: .prt, .dwg, .dxf, Amada Dos files, Solid Edge Flat Files, Solid Works
Files, Omax Routed Data)
Our metal forging involves shaping your material using localized compressive forces delivered with a hammer or die. This process can be classified to the temperature it is performed which can be cold, warm, or hot. Our metal forging department provides customers with finished, forged parts that are machined, heat treated, and shot blasted.
Metal Forging and Press Capacity
- Can forge up to 22 lbs.
- Friction Press: 25 Presses / 100-1,000 tons
- Closed, Single Action Press: 12 Presses / 100-400 tons
- Auxiliary Press: 27 Presses / 35-165 tons
Our metal welding fabrication services join materials together by using heat to melt the parts together and allowing them to cool. At ACCI Industries, we utilize two different types of metal welding to meet your desired and specified product.
Custom Metal CNCOur custom CNC services utilize a pre-programmed computer software that dictates the movement of factory tools and can be used to control a range of complex machinery. The ACCI Industries custom metal CNC department uses seven CNC lathes and four CNC mills. The metal material is routed into the CNC machine operation through our sawing and staging area. Our comprehensive, in-house tool and die department designs and builds tooling that is customized to your part specifications.
Our custom CNC department houses 7 CNC Lathes that have the torque and horsepower to meet your needs.
Swing Diameter: 22.04 inches
Part Length Maximum: 43.10 inches
Part Weight Maximum: 500 lbs
Our stamping services involve placing a flat sheet metal in either blank or coil form into a stamping press where a tool and die forms the metal into a specific shape. Our metal stamping department utilizes the capacity of twenty-three mechanical and hydraulic presses ranging from 30 to 1,000 tons. While our press feed equipment incorporates many of the stamping cells.
- Die Space Maximum: 48″ F-B x 96″ LR
- Stroke: 16 inches
- Daylight (SDAU): 40 inches
- Draw Diameter: up to 29″
- Depth: up to 33″
Metal Deep Draw – Sheet Metal Forming
Our deep draw process involves a sheet metal blank being radially drawn into a forming die by a punching action. It is called deep draw because the depth of the drawn metal part exceeds its diameter. ACCI Industries deep drawing capabilities are supported using state of the art hydraulic deep draw press technology. The materials used can vary to meet customer’s needs including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, or specialized materials.
Metal Machining Part Cost Reduction
- Weight savings
- Design flexibility
- Superior seamless formed product
Metal Powder Coating and Finishing
Our metal powder coating and finishing services use a dry coating process as a metal finish mostly on industrial equipment. The finish is applied through an electrostatic process, then cured with heat; this allows products to be suitable for indoor and outdoor applications and is the most cost-effective. We finish our manufactured products by utilizing an in-house powder coating line or by adding other finishing products.
At ACCI Industries our newest addition is the phosphate line, which allows us to provide shorter lead times and cost reduction projects. In production, we utilize this zinc immersion line for a range of custom steel products to ensure longevity and by providing corrosion resistance.
Additional Metal Finishes
- Zinc plating