About Maudlin Products
Our Maudlin Products location is built on a commitment to quality, craftsmanship, and meeting the most demanding industrial requirements. Offering 24 hour turnaround on all stock items, and one of the fastest turnaround times for custom products in the industry, Maudlin knows what it takes to ensure your equipment is protected and is dedicated to ensuring your schedules are met.
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Industries we serve
Maudlin serves a variety of industries, each with their unique needs. We understand that standard sizes do not fit all. If you need products to custom fit your application, contact the manufacturing professionals at Maudlin today.
Our Manufacturing Services
A prototype is a sample or model of a new part or product. Rapid prototyping is the process of swiftly creating a prototype through non-typical means, many times with 3D printing machines and software. Lucky for you, MW offers both!
Milling is accomplished using computerized controls to operate motorized cutting tools.
The manufacturing process known as CNC turning involves feeding metal bars into a machine and applying one or several tools that gradually shape the material into the desired form. Examples of capabilities that our precision turning centers have include Swiss lathe machining, threading, tapping, cross drilling, end or side milling, and broaching.
Drilling is the process of cutting one or several holes into a material using a machine equipped with a drill bit.
Honing is a machining process used to improve a metal’s exterior finish or enhance the geometric form of a surface. Honing is accomplished by applying an abrasive grinding wheel or stone to shape the metal along a designated path.
MW facilities use several methods to stamp or form sheet or strip metal into a desired shape. Some examples include stamping and fourslide. Stamping uses a die and applied force to create a product, where fourslide uses multi-slide technology to bend and manipulate metal into a desired form.
5 axis waterjet cutting is a CNC machining process used in manufacturing to cut hard surfaces. Water is mixed with abrasive material and propelled in a high-pressure stream, cutting through various difficult materials, including stone, ceramics, glass, metals, etc.
Laser optics and computer software direct high-powered lasers, making precision cuts in materials using complicated patterns.
Wire EDM cutting forms metal components into complex structures using electrical discharges. Wire EDM machining produces extremely precise cuts in intricate shapes, creating sharp corners and difficult angles.
We perform precision sharpening and CNC grinding services including electrochemical grinding in the production or finishing phase as needed for your intended application.
Laser welding or laser beam welding is a joining process used with metal or thermoplastics through the application of a directed laser.
Soldering joins two or more materials together by filling the joint between the two with a melted filler metal. Unlike traditional welding methods, soldering does not require melting the original materials.
This is a passivation process used to thicken the natural oxide layer on the external surface of metal components. This offers added protection for aluminum alloys, titanium, zinc, and other metals.
Outside of hardening and tempering, we offer a variety of other heat treatment options to ensure your desired ranges are reached for cycle-life, toughness, and resistance to environmental forces.
Plating is a manufacturing process where a thin coating is applied to a component’s surface through chemicals or electric current (electroplating).
Do you need specialized packaging? We work with your teams to determine the best way to build and package your products to ensure efficient assembly with your existing components.