VeriForm Expands Capabilities & Partnerships

Published Monday, May 11, 2015

VeriForm Featured in Canada’s Metalworking & Fabricating Technology Magazine, May 2015 Issue

Veriform is featured in Metalworking Fabricating Technology Magazine for May 2015.

VeriForm, known for metal forming and metal fabrication, produces a variety of parts for any industry. From metals that are 2 inches thick and requiring a 21-foot press brake, to parts that fit in the palm of your hand, and every size in-between. Custom parts flow from the 26,000 square foot facility to almost any industry that uses metal parts, including mining, forestry, machine building, nuclear, energy, sports equipment, and medical furnishing. Capital projects like architectural work and sound barriers, which Rak sees increasing, currently contribute about 30 percent of the work.

The other 10 percent of work is machining. We found we were contracting considerable amounts of machining and losing control of turnaround and quality so we purchased a 20-foot long machining center for parts up to 2 feet wide. About 90 percent of the parts are produced from high-strength steel that is ordered by the company and delivered JIT. On occasion, a customer supplies more exotic materials like titanium or copper. Some customer parts are stocked to be available for immediate delivery.

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