Fabricating and Machining of Plastic, Carbon Fiber and Metal Components
Dielectric Manufacturing maintains a wide variety of CNC and other equipment at three locations in Wisconsin and Iowa for any machining or fabricating need. We regularly invest in new equipment to meet the needs of our customers for precision metal, carbon fiber and plastic parts and assemblies – allowing us to be a true contract manufacturer.
We work with a wide variety of materials, including thermoplastics, thermoset plastics, composites, and ferrous and non-ferrous metals, including exotic alloys. Based on our experience with those materials, we can recommend the right plastic or metal material for your application, or recommend alternative materials for your custom parts.
Wide Range of Fabrication, Machining Equipment
Our machining and fabricating equipment allows us to offer milling, turning, routing, etching, saw cutting, drilling and tapping, stamping and punching, solvent bending, and UV bonding. We regularly invest in new machinery to meet customer needs – such as our 2021 acquisition of a new Homag panel saw.
Based on our 55+ years of experience, we are often able to make design and material recommendations that provide for even greater efficiencies in machining and fabrication – efficiencies that benefit our customers and that support quality control in their manufacturing. Prototyping is available.
Manufacturers in the health care, aerospace, agriculture, military, gas and oil, power generation and distribution (including wind power) and food processing industries rely on the precision we are able to offer with our equipment and design knowledge. But no matter what industry you are in, Dielectric Manufacturing in metro Milwaukee, Wisconsin, will dedicate the same expertise, ability to meet tight tolerances, and quality control to provide precision, machined parts and assemblies.
- Design collaboration
- Flame polishing, buffing and sandblasting
- Painting and silk screening
- Special finishes
- Insertion of component elements
- Complete assembly and sub-assembly
- Packaging –ranging from assembly kits to complete finished packaging
- Inventory management
- Delivery programs