Our press room encompasses a range of line, progressive and transfer die production on mechanical and servo presses up to 800 tons. This equipment, along with hydraulic presses and computer numerical control (CNC) press brakes allow for the production of formed precision components at high or low volumes.
Tool and Die Support
Working closely with the Engineering department, Jay Industries also maintains a fully staffed tooling department on site. Our capabilities include: new construction, maintenance support, engineering through laser scanning technology, 2D and 3D CAD/CAM, multi-axis CNC machining, wire EDM, hardening and tempering of tool steels along with a broad expanse of conventional machining capabilities, and we accommodate the need for small or large tooling up to 35,000 pounds.
We hold an IATF-16949, and ISO 9000 Certification. These technical specifications focus on the development of a quality management system that provides for ongoing process and system improvements, emphasizing defect prevention, and the reduction of waste in the supply chain.
Through our coating processes, metal components can be surface treated to protect against corrosion, while giving them a variety of attractive appearances. Jay Industries uses a custom built 21-stage cathodic electrodeposition line (or E-Coat) focused on high or low volume coating needs.
Through our coating processes, metal components can be surface treated to protect against corrosion, while giving them a variety of attractive appearances. Jay Industries uses two different Powder Coating lines focused on high volume or low volume coating needs.
Jay Industries has focused on establishing a large fleet of robotic welders and weld cell systems making it possible to manufacture a wide variety of assemblies for numerous industries. Over 90% of all our welding work is completed robotically regardless of volume. We are proficient in a wide range of welding techniques including MIG, TIG, resistance, projection and spot welding and have developed these processes with numerous materials varying in type, size, thickness and complexity.
Wire and Tube Bending
Bending for wire and tube is state-of-the-art. Wafios wire benders are in use, including one Wafios BT3.4 dual-head bender, the first of its kind in North America. Wire diameters from 2 to 6 ½ millimeters up to 2,000 millimeters in length can be processed.
Our Crippa and Wafios tube benders have the ability to process most any shaped tube or solid bar into simple or complex forms. The bending equipment is capable of accepting 7/8th to 3 inch tubes of varying wall thickness and up to 3500mm in length for Crippa and 4500mm for Wafios.
Jay Industries has developed a skilled group of fabricators who specialize in the assembly of low volume high complexity weldments. Agricultural grill frames and large hand rail assemblies for heavy tractor equipment are meticulously crafted under their supervision.
Jay Industries is well prepared to accommodate your CNC machining jobs with two (2) vertical machining centers. Our 2019 Haas VF 7 has travels of 84” x 32” in Y, and 30” in Z. The VF7 is 4” axis capable with a Haas HRT-310 rotary table. Our 2016 Haas VF4 has travels of 50” x 20” in Y, and 25” in Z. It features a Midaco pallet changing system with twin tables to maximize spindle on time without sacrificing travel size or operator safety. Both machines are programmed with the very latest in CAD/CAM technology using Mastercam Software.
Along with more basic industry standard check fixtures and quality checks, Jay Industries utilizes CMM and Laser scanning measurement tools. This equipment helps compare manufactured components and assemblies to detailed customer specifications.
Jay Industries has always embraced the latest technology. Our use of computer programmed laser cutters is no exception. Tube lasers provide us the means to fabricate high and low volume straight tube forms that can be cut to a finished design or prepare a tube for further processing. This leading-edge technology assures better quality and less defective parts than formerly used methods. The flat laser technology is the starting point to the majority of our low volume metal assemblies. Computer programmed blanks can be produced on material up to 1 inch thick. These two laser applications are much more time-efficient than previously used methods of fabrication, and therefore, more cost effective.