A.T. Wall Provides Stamped Products to Medical, Photonics, and Energy and Environment Markets

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Superior engineering support for product design and development

A.T. Wall Company, a world-class supplier of superior precision tubing and fabricated metal components, announces that it supplies coined and stamped components to the medical, photonics, lighting, and energy and environment industries. Well known for its superior engineering support and its ability to collaborate with customers during new product design and development, A.T. Wall has expanded engineering and prototyping expertise to enable it to optimize designs for manufacturability.

A.T. Wall maintains a focused rapid response engineering department, which provides prototypes quickly, supporting its customers in product development and processing. The team is composed of engineers with backgrounds in materials, process, and mechanical engineering. The engineering unit allows A.T. Wall to offer fast quotation time and support accelerated concept development schedules.

“A.T. Wall’s enhanced engineering expertise gives us the ability to move stamping projects along quickly,” said Donna Parker, A.T. Wall’s director of sales. “Working directly with engineers in the initial phase of a development project means we can design around any issues that may arise.”

Manufacturers of high precision medical devices, solar-powered equipment, electronics and sensors, as well as frequency control devices, semiconductors, and glass-to-metal-seal fabricators, rely on A.T. Wall’s expertise in the design and production of high-volume, complex, tight-tolerance coined metal parts. Superior tool design allows A.T. Wall to hold close tolerances, and specialized tooling has been created to meet both standard and custom requirements.

According to Parker, “Our customers know they can come to us for support and assistance in developing their concepts without delay. In fact, in one recent project, an OEM’s universal stainless steel pressure sensor had previously been machined, and we helped the customer convert to single-sized stamping, which resulted in significant production cost savings.”

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