Red River Precision Capabilities For Semi-Conductors

There is no question that technology is advancing fastermanufacturing semiconductors each year. Cell phones, tablets, smart devices, all have had rapid advances. Morre’s Law predicts that computing power doubles every eighteen months. That means that more and more semiconductors will be needed and semiconductor manufacturing will have to meet this increase in demand. Red River Precision is up for this challenge and dedicated to producing quality American-made products.

Whether it’s prototypes, short runs, or volume production our highly specialized personnel are ready and willing to serve the semiconductor market.

As full-service customer manufacturer or metal prototypes and products, we have a wide range of capabilities including bending, punching, machining, sawing, shearing, forming and welding, as well as waterjet cutting. We work with metal and nonmetal materials and when the water jet cutting services are applied secondary operations are reduced or unnecessary.

If you are in need of a custom metal manufacturer, don’t hesitate to take a look at our projects or contact us. We’re happy to answer any question and discuss which process if the right solution for you.

Four Tips When Searching For A Metal Manufacturer

How do you choose the right metal fabricator for your company needs? Many sheet metal shops may have a similar approach, but here are the key elements to look for when choosing the right partnership for you.

Partnership
Noticed how we mention partnership. Many sheet metal fabricators and their customers develop and rely on a trusting relationship for the overall success of the project.

Find a Fabricator or Custom Metal Manufacturer that has a culture of creating a partnership with their customers. One way of determining if they are is through their website. Do they have any special projects highlighted? Are any testimonials listed? Is there a place to request a quote or consultation? These are clues indicating the company not only gets the job done but that they provide a reliable customer service experience.

Location
Choose a vendor that is in proximity to you or has a central location to avoid shipping delays or communication hurdles (i.e., different time zones)

Capability
Choose one who has experience with different metals or techniques. When a manufacturer has different capabilities, they can adjust methods to ensure you are within your budget or can generate better lead times.

Experience
Are they experts in their field? An experience and professional fabricator gives you reassurance your product will be of quality. Look for years of experience, ISO certifications, and business accreditations to confirm they are dependable.

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If you are in search of a metal sheet manufacturer we invite you to visit our website or give us a call to discuss your needs today!