Industrial Fabrication

Using the guideposts of our company’s Mission, Vision and Values, All Metals Fabrication is about one thing—being a world-class fabrication company—and making that happen for all of the right reasons.

AMF has the good fortune of having both great tradesmen and state-of-the-art fabrication technology!

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People and Technology

This combination of people and technology make AMF a great choice for delivering not only metal, but quality, on-time delivery and craftsmanship. Our goal is to do all in our power to keep our customers happy, worry-free and impressed!
Our list of equipment and services include the following:

  • Dedicated 60’ Tube Lasering
  • Flat Sheet Lasering
  • Water Jetting
  • Punching
  • Rolling
  • Forming
  • Sawing
  • TIG Welding
  • MIG Welding
  • Deburring
  • Polishing
  • Painting

All of our work stems from Modeled Drawings that output process files into the shop ensuring top-tier quality, continuity and efficient production.

We utilize state-of-the-art ERP technology to maintain on-time delivery and tight production schedules.

AMF is working endlessly to create a culture of improvement, team work, recognition, hard work and integrity. We believe that this culture creates a working climate that ultimately provides our customers with the best products and value possible.

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    MIG & TIG Welding
    MIG Welding (Gas Metal Arc Welding or GMAW) is best described as an automatic or semi-automatic process most commonly used on thicker types of steel. It’s a great tool for volume production...lots of welding on big metal jobs. TIG Welding (Tungsten Inert Gas or (TIG) is best described by using a more manual process that includes using a non-consumable electrode made from Tungsten along with gas and a separate filler material, called welding rod. It is especially useful for welding thinner materials and when weld quality (both for looks and function) are critical. The process is much slower and technical and often used for welding Stainless Steel, Aluminum and other non-ferrous materials.
  • Food Grade Stainless Steel
    Food Grade Steel
    Food grade stainless steel work is not for the faint of heart—crazy shutdown hours, containment and safety requirements, not to mention hard to reach work spaces and impossible deadliness—all these conditions can create a challenge for any company.

    All Metals Fabrication specializes in making these hard variables manageable and, at the same time, understands the stringent food grade requirements that make wash downs possible and bacteria elimination manageable!
  • architectural railing and casing
    Interrupted Throughput
    For purchasing agents, saving company money is more than the simple purchase price.

    Any project that is late can cost the company literally thousands to millions of dollars in lost revenue especially when product is not being shipped! The opportunity costs can be enormous but are often overlooked.

    This issue can literally worth millions of dollars!
  • architectural railing and casing
    Under Design
    One of the main culprits that causes projects to go over budget and/or over time is the lack of detailed drawings. Many projects are designed well enough at the 30,000 foot level but lack the details necessary to answer the small but important questions. One might think. “The details will just have to take care of themselves.” That statement is true enough, but again, a major cause for delay and change orders—very costly indeed.
  • AMF does quality work
    Poor Workmanship
    Projects can get done on time and the design might be great as well, but if the workmanship and/or quality are poor, both of the first two items are cancelled immediately. Truth is, we all intuitively know this but often make poor decisions because we are compelled by urgency and budgets. Poor quality, however, is a mistake that companies have to live with for a lifetime. Even worse, poor quality will often result in rework—now the project has been paid for twice!
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  • Copper in Action
    Copper in Action
    • 40,000 Square Feet of Copper Panel work seen in action—one of the few companies in the Intermountain West that has the entire capacity for job site measuring, engineering, in shop custom fabrication and finally, installation. AMF’s complete packageof services allows for custom designs, rapid installation, immediate change orders and unsurpassed quality and workmanship.
  • interior decorative railing
    MIG & TIG Welding
    MIG Welding (Gas Metal Arc Welding or GMAW) is best described as an automatic or semi-automatic process most commonly used on thicker types of steel. It’s a great tool for volume production...lots of welding on big metal jobs. TIG Welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) is best described by using a more manual process that includes using a non-consumable electrode made from Tungsten along with gas and a separate filler material, called welding rod. It is especially useful for welding thinner materials and when weld quality (both for looks and function) are critical. The process is much slower and technical.
  • don't let your welding warp
    Welding that Warps
    • Normal welding processes will warp light-gauged materials almost immediately. Countertops, panels, column covers—even heavier railing systems—will distort from the intense heat welding introduces to the material.
    • One method to reduce heat distortion is to apply a chill bar directly under the weld, usually something aluminum. Chill bars, in effect, grab the heat off the weld and can reduce warping significantly.
  • green copper tips
    Green Copper
    Copper materials naturally oxidize into several colors, starting with a medium brown then moving into a darker, richer brown. Copper will eventually start to appear almost black and then finally start working into the well known green color, looking like the famous Statue of Liberty. Copper surfaces can be maintained (kept from further oxidization) by periodic oiling with a high grade paraffin oil. Oil should be rubbed in with a very clean, soft cotton cloth and be repeated regularly (yearly) to maintain the bronze finish desired.
  • oil canning tips
    Oil-Canning
    Here are two tips to prevent metal panels from oil canning:

    1) Use heavier gauged materials—although more expensive, this solution works extremely well if the owner is hell bent on avoiding any visible oil canning.

    2) Synch the fasteners down very carefully—not too tight! Driving the fasteners down super tight will give the metal absolutely no room to move.
  • Industrial Metal Tips
    Welding Skills
    High end stainless steel, glass, and designer railing systems are often spoiled by low end welding skills. Fat, gobby welds can instantly destroy the elegant lines associated with expensive, designer rail. What are the different welding methodologies available? What is the difference between TIG, MIG, and Stick Welding? What welding standards should I expect on my project? How do I define those standards and make sure they are met? Call us to discuss these questions and much, much more.