Features of
Wire Forming

Metal Alloy Selection

Wire forms have a wide range of applications. The design process starts with the selection of the right type of metal alloy. For most clients, the first decision will be whether to use stainless steel wire or carbon steel wire. Both stainless steel and carbon steel wire come in many different alloys. Our wire forming equipment can handle many different alloys. Our experienced engineers can help you select the right alloy for your application.

Stainless Steel

304, 316, 201, and stainless steel spring wire are some of the different stainless steel wire alloys that we keep in stock to deliver short lead times. Each of these alloys have different properties. Contact us for more information.

Carbon Steel

1008, 1018, and carbon steel spring wire are some of the different carbon steel wire alloys that we keep in stock. Each alloy has different properties and goes through different processes during metal fabrication.

Wire Diameter Selection

Next you will want to choose the right wire diameters for your custom wire forms or steel wire products. This decision will be largely based on your application. Our design engineers are experienced steel fabricators and can guide you in the selection of the right wire diameters for your products. Often, several different wire diameters will be incorporated into the same custom wire form or welded wire assembly.

Choosing the right alloys and the right wire diameters are the first two steps in making sure that your wire products are made efficiently and serve their intended purpose well.

Different Processes

The type of alloy and wire diameter that you select will both impact the process used in custom wire forming. Pronto has a variety of different CNC wire forming machines that are used in different circumstances.

We rely on our many years of experience as a metal fabricator and our team of engineers to develop a process that will optimize manufacturing your custom wire forms and steel wire products, all based on your specifications. Designing the process is a collaborative approach among our design, production, quality control, and automation engineers. These processes are influenced by many factors, including, the alloys used, selection of equipment, types of welding involved, fixtures used, production run size, and other factors that we have developed over many years to save you time and money.

Equipment

3D Wire Forming

We use the latest 3D wire forming equipment.

Swaging

We use custom equipment to swage and pierce wire forms.

Welding

We have a variety of welding equipment for wire assemblies.

Custom
Wire Forming
Equipment

Steel Wire Products

We work with companies from all over the world to make everything from simple to complex custom wire forms and steel wire products. Our CNC technicians go through a rigorous training program to ensure that we are maximizing our use of technology and automation. We continue to reinvest in the latest CNC wire forming equipment to ensure that we stay on the cutting edge of technology and automation.

All of this translates into consistency, efficiency, and short lead times. Contact us today to put our experience and skill to work for you.

As a metal fabricator with many years of experience, our engineers have developed a variety of custom built wire forming tooling, dies, and pneumatic bending machines. Our custom wire forming and metal fabrication solutions meet diverse needs, allowing us to serve many industries with the latest technology and processes. Our commitment to you is based on a simple value proposition: Excellent quality at competitive prices.

Contact us today to put our experience and skill to work for you.

304 Stainless Steel

304 stainless steel is the most common stainless steel alloy in the world and for good reason. Its chromium and nickel content creates superior corrosion resistance, among other benefits.

316 Stainless Steel

316 stainless steel adds molybdenum, which increases corrosion resistance. It is a great choice for marine environments or anywhere corrosion is a significant concern.

1008 Carbon Steel

1008 carbon steel is a great choice for many applications and one of the most common carbon wire alloys. Versatile and a great choice for many applications.

Spring Wire

Stainless steel spring wire or carbon steel spring wire is used in springs or applications that require the properties of spring wire.

Custom
Wire Forming
Materials

Choosing raw materials is the first step in ensuring a successful steel wire product. Pronto is an experienced metal fabricator, so our engineers can assist you with the design and material selection process.

Each one of the alloys that we work with has advantages. For more information on any specific alloy, please see the materials pages on this website or contact us so that our expertise becomes your advantage. Custom wire forming and metal fabrication is our passion!

From small run custom wire forms to large volume production, we have the right solutions for you.

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