Automotive part and component manufacturers with metal casting or forging capabilities.
Accurcast, Inc. in Wallaceburg, Ontario.
Provider of high-pressure aluminum die-cast components. Applications include transmission, engine and interior parts.
ACTech North America, Inc. in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
A manufacturer of fully machined rapid casting prototypes. Applications include engines and dashboards, etc. from aluminum via magnesium to steel. Provides design-engineering services.
Advanced Cast Products, Inc. in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of ductile iron, austempered ductile iron products, machined, coated, painted, galvanized and assembled. Molding facilities include a Disamatic 2110 molding center, a 7 ton auto pour, 2 Hunter HMP-10 automatics, 2 pallet line squeezers and 2 manual cope-and-drag molding lines. Machining facilities include a Mori-Seki CNC (single and double spindle), horizontal and vertical machining centers, drills and custom built machines as well as a complete laboratory. Capabilities include In-house austempering, assembly, primer painting, powder coating, chrome plating, galvanizing and peening. Products include engine mounts, body straighteners, tow hooks, shifter forks etc.
Advanced Forming Technology USA in Longmont, Colorado.
Services include metal injection molding combining powder metallurgy and plastic injection, thixoforming, and metal matrix composites.
AGS Automotive Systems in Scarborough, Ontario.
A manufacturer of heavy metal stampings for the automotive industry, including assembly and finishing of the stamped products including cross members, control arms, suspension components, instrument panel structure assemblies, modular assemblies, general stampings, and front and rear bumper assemblies.
Alcast Company in Peoria, Illinois.
A permanent mold aluminum casting company. Products include brake calipers, valve bodies and transmission components. Castings produced can be cored, heat treated, painted, polished, chrome plated, chromated, or anodized.
Alcoa, Inc. in Cleveland, Ohio.
A producer of forged aluminum disc wheels, automotive castings and accessories for heavy-duty trucks, buses, motor homes, pickup trucks, sport utility vehicles and recreational vehicles.
Alcoa, Inc. in New Kensington, Pennsylvania.
A research and development center for light metals.
Alumalloy Metalcasting Company in Avon Lake, Ohio.
A supplier of aluminum-based alloy castings. Secondary operations include machining and heat treating.
American Axle & Manufacturing, Inc. in Detroit, Michigan.
Products include driveline systems, chassis systems, and forged products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent reaProducts include driveline systems, chassis systems, and metal-formed products including rear axles, independent front axles, independent rear-drive systems, propeller shafts, steering linkages, anti-roll systems, TracRite differentials, forged products, and steering & suspension components, and steering & suspension components.
American Precision Castings Inc. in Westchester, Illinois.
A supplier of prototype low-volume production and simulated die castings in aluminum, magnesium and zinc. Processes include plaster mold, air set sand, and green sand from 1 ounce to 500 pounds. Product may be provided 'as cast' or fully tested, machined, and complete assembly.
Anchor-Harvey Components, LLC. in Freeport, Illinois.
Manufactures brass, copper, and aluminum forgings.
Aristo-Cast, Inc. in Almont, Michigan.
A foundry specializing in close tolerance investment casting. Secondary capabilities include machining, heat treating, coating, and assembly.
Becker CAD-CAM-CAST, Inc. in Southfield, Michigan.
A provider of powertrain component prototype castings. Services include the creation of a 3D database, production of prototype castings and engineering of production tooling. Prototype castings produced using low-pressure process with a core package of laser sintered cores and conventional cores.
Benteler Automotive Corporation in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Chassis components, chassis modules, tubular components, exhaust systems, and impact management products and services for the automotive industry.
Brillcast Manufacturing, LLC in Wyoming, Michigan.
A die-caster of zinc, magnesium and brass decorative parts. Capabilities include multi-slide die casting, conventional hot and cold chamber die casting, etc.
Brillion Iron Works, Inc. in Brillion, Wisconsin.
A supplier of production gray and ductile iron castings in the weight range from 1 to 250 lbs. Capabilities include fully automated match plate, cope and drag, and vertical green sand molding. All electric induction melting. Warm air, shell, isocure and oil sand core capabilities. In-house pattern shop. Full CAD capability, PRO.E., AutoCAD, AFS Solid. Typical castings include housings, wheel hubs, crankshafts, flywheels, bearing caps, hydraulic castings. Capabilities also include knuckles and control arms.
Cadillac Casting, Inc. in Cadillac, Michigan.
Produces ductile iron castings. Products include engine exhaust manifolds, steering knuckles, control arms, I-beam axles, differential cases, bearing caps, and other components.
Carbo Forge, Inc. in Fremont, Ohio.
A producer of forgings in carbon and alloy such as brake components (brake levers and pins for drum brakes); steering components (tie rod ends and steering yokes); power steering fittings; and drivetrain components (shifter forks and ball stud yokes).
Cascade Die Casting Group, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A producer of aluminum and zinc die castings and related products custom made to customer specifications ready to assemble. Products used in automotive interior seats and systems, exterior body and trim, electronics and powertrain applications.
Centracore, LLC in St. Clair Shores, Michigan.
A supplier of machined castings, forgings and extrusions. Products include exhaust manifolds, intake manifiolds, engine mount brackets, damper masses, FEAD brackets, front covers, tow hooks, chassis brackets, transmission brackets, links, suspension arms, control arms, pulleys, high pressure die castings, iron castings, aluminum castings, steel forgings, aluminum forgings, housings, covers, water crossover assemblies, driveline brackets, bearing caps, EGR manifolds, crossmembers, etc. Capabilities include part design, part optimization, rapid prototyping, production machining and assembly.
Charter Automotive in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
A manufacture of valve train components such as valve spring retainers and valve keys as well as fluid level indicators. Specializes in engine, transmission and driveline applications in the areas of fluid measurement systems, indicators, transaxle retaining rings, valve locks and valve spring retainers.
Chassix, Inc. in Columbus, Georgia.
A ductile-iron foundry. Products include cast iron anchors, brackets, brake components, control arms, knuckles and supports.
Chassix, Inc. in Stevensville, Michigan.
Produces aluminum castings, control arms and knuckles. Processes used include pressure counter pressure casting (PCPC).
Chassix, Inc. in Shelbyville, Tennessee.
A supplier of brackets, control arms, knuckles, and tow hooks. Site activities include assembly and machining.
CIFUNSA in Saltillo, Coahuila.
An iron caster. Services include heat treating, machining, etc.
Constellium Automotive USA, LLC in Novi, Michigan.
A manufacturer of sheet, extrusions, castings, forgings and assemblies.
Cosma Casting Michigan in Battle Creek, Michigan.
A manufacturer of high-pressure aluminum castings for automotive powertrain and structural applications.
Destin Die Casting, LLC in Xenia, Ohio.
Services include aluminum die casting. Product capabilities include bearings, liners and other inserts. Other services include machining, finishing, coating and assembly.
Dynacast, Ltd. in Peterborough, Ontario.
Specializes in the design and manufacture of precision, zinc and magnesium flash-free die-cast components as well as injected metal assembly systems including work holding, liquid rivets and cable terminations. Capabilities include the production of injection metal assembly machines.
Dyna-Mig Manufacturing of Stratford, Inc. in Stratford, Ontario.
Products include underbody/suspension parts (welding: frames, suspension arms, crossmembers); clutch/brake pedal/ball joint assembly; cold forging, etc. Capabilities include model development, welding, painting, e-coating, assembly and cold forging.
Empire Die Casting Company, Inc. in Macedonia, Ohio.
Provides aluminum and zinc die casting services as well as machining, finishing, etc.
Fansteel Intercast in McAllen, Texas.
A supplier of castings utilizing most ferrous alloys and specializing in medium to high volume applications.
Fiat Chrysler U.S., LLC in Kokomo, Indiana.
A die-cast facility. Products include aluminum parts for automotive components such as engine blocks and transmission & transaxle cases.
FormTech Industries LLC in Royal Oak, Michigan.
Site operations include vertical press hot forging, Hatebur hot forging, and shaft warm forging. Secondary operations include cold coining and shot blasting. Products include clutch hubs, gear blanks, input shafts, annulus ring gears, tower forgings, Gen3 wheel spindles, Gen1 wheel hubs, inner rings, front drive unit ring gears, rear drive unit gears, timing system gears, clutch rotors, bearing races, etc. Automotive application ares include transmissions & transfer cases, wheel ends, drivetrain, engines, and air conditioning.
Fox Valley Forge in Aurora, Illinois.
Services include press and upset forgings. Product capabilities include pinions, gears, flanged axles, CV spindles, spindles, eccentric shafts, spools, preforms, double upsets and other special configurations.
Frisa Forjados S.A. de C.V. in Santa Catarina, Nuevo León.
A supplier of seamless rolled rings, contoured ring forgings, straight ring forgings, open die forgings, etc. to the automotive and other industries. Shapes include rings, discs, shafts, bonnets and blocks.
Galesburg Castings, Inc. in Galesburg, Illinois.
A manufacturer of gray and ductile iron castings. Value-added services include machining, product development assistance, heat treatment, painting, etc.
General Motors Corporation in Bedford, Indiana.
An aluminum die-casting foundry. Manufactures aluminum, corrosion resistant & permanent mold castings, transmission cases, pistons, pneumatic cylinders & engine blocks.
General Motors Corporation in Saginaw, Michigan.
Produces aluminum engine blocks and cylinder heads. Site capabilities include aluminum green sand, lost foam and precison sand casting.
General Motors Corporation in Defiance, Ohio.
This site produces ferrous, gray iron & nodular castings. Products include cylinder blocks, cylinder heads and crankshafts.
Gibbs Die Casting Corporation in Henderson, Kentucky.
A global supplier of aluminum and magnesium die-castings for A/C compressors, fan drives, steering wheel armatures, engines, transmissions, and suspension applications. Services include machining, assembly and testing.
Global Technology Ventures, Inc. in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
Capabilities include product development and manufacturing in the areas of rapid prototyping, urethane casting, machining, styling mockups, injection molding, tooling, stamping, and die casting, etc.
Great Lakes Casting LLC in Ludington, Michigan.
Specializes in small gray iron castings from 1/2 lb to 70 lbs, serving the automotive, automotive aftermarket, truck and other industries.
Grede Foundries, Inc. in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin.
A supplier of bearing caps, brake calipers/drums, control arms, oil pumps, differential carriers/cases, exhaust manifolds, & water pumps and specializes in ferrous metals such as gray iron, ductile iron, and steel castings. Product applications include axles, brackets, hydraulic end caps, compressor parts, exhaust manifolds, spool valves, crankshafts, hubs, calipers, bearing caps, differential cases, differential carriers, housings, frame segments, transmission components, gear blanks, sprockets, water pumps, wheel cylinders, and suspension parts such as control arms and knuckles.
Grede Holdings, LLC in Southfield, Michigan.
A manufacturer of cast, machined and assembled ductile grey iron components. Application areas include turbocharger housings, differential carriers and cases, scrolls and covers, brake calipers and housings, knuckles, control arms, and axle components.
Green Bay Drop Forge Company in Green Bay, Wisconsin.
A manufacturer of standard and custom designed forgings, machinings, assemblies and welded components.
Gunite Corporation in Rockford, Illinois.
A manufacturer of wheel-end products including cast iron brake drums and disc brake rotors, ductile iron disc wheel hubs and cast spoke wheels plus automatic (brake) slack adjusters.
Hiler Industries, Inc. in LaPorte, Indiana.
A producer of ferrous and non-ferrous shell molded castings in gray, ductile, and high alloy irons, as well as brass and bronze.
Hitachi Metals Automotive Components USA, LLC in Effingham, Illinois.
Capabilities include precision machining, casting, and assembly of brackets, exhaust manifolds and suspension components.
Hitchiner Manufacturing Company, Inc. in Milford, New Hampshire.
A supplier of complete-to-print ferrous automotive investment castings, specializing in high volume powertrain, fuel and exhaust applications.
Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. in Anna, Ohio.
Products include 4-cylinder and 6-cylinder engines. Products include engine blocks and heads, cam shafts, crank shafts, drive shafts, cylinder sleeves and brakes as well as pulley components for continuously variable transmissions. Operations include aluminum die-casting, cold forging, etc.
Honda Transmission Manufacturing of America in Russells Point, Ohio.
A manufacturer of automatic transmissions. Operations performed include high pressure die casting, aluminum machining, transmission assembly, and product engineering development, etc.
Impact Forge Group, LLC in Columbus, Indiana.
An impact forger of flashed and flashless, medium and large hot forgings with cold coining.
Imperial Die Casting Company in Liberty, South Carolina.
An aluminum diecasting facility. Secondary processes include hot blasting, vibratory deburring, artificial aging, sanding, and parts washing.
Indiana Precision Forge, L.L.C. in Shelbyville, Indiana.
A supplier of precision cold forged and machined parts for the automotive industry. Application areas include steering system parts, air conditioner crankshafts, seat belt parts, hose joints and transmission system parts.
Intat Precision, Inc. in Rushville, Indiana.
Operations include casting and machining. Products include engine brackets, front anchors, differential cases, exhaust flanges, steering knuckles, calipers, carriers, retainer rings, brake drums and brake roters, etc.
International Casting Corporation in New Baltimore, Michigan.
Provides die casting services. Capabilities include carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, tool steel as well as INVAR, cast iron, ductible iron, etc.
International Crankshaft, Inc. in Georgetown, Kentucky.
A supplier of steel forgings such as crankshafts.
Interparts Industries, Inc. in Plainview, New York.
A supplier of driveline products including constant velocity joints (outboard and inboard), CV boots, complete axles, cages, race, bar shafts, cir clips, snap rings, ABS rings, and miscellaneous hardware.
JD Norman Industries, Inc. in Leslie, Michigan.
Manufactures complex precision machined components made from bar, castings, and forgings. Products include anti-lock brake components, diesel fuel system components, transmission components, two stroke direct fuel system components, steering components, air conditioning components, and EGR Components. Primary operations include turning, honing, milling, reaming, burnishing, grinding, drilling, circular and helical interpolation, deep hole drilling, broaching, thread milling, and deburring, etc.
Kay Manufacturing Company in Calumet City, Illinois.
A supplier of machined steel forgings such as symmetrical drivetrain components, etc.
LC Manufacturing, LLC. in Lake City, Michigan.
Produces and machines custom closed-die steel forgings in carbon and alloy steel. Applications include engine, drivetrain and steering components for automobiles and trucks.
Lefere Forge in Jackson, Michigan.
A supplier of closed die hot forgings ranging from 5 to 150 pounds in carbon and alloy steel. Products include gears, hubs, spindles, wheel flanges, etc.
Madison-Kipp Corporation in Madison, Wisconsin.
A supplier of aluminum engineered machined parts and subassemblies (high pressure, squeeze, ductile, semi-solid), complex machining and assembly services.
Meadville Forging Company in Meadville, Pennsylvania.
A manufacturer of closed-die forged products. Specializes in steel alloy wheel hubs, transmission gears, die components and kingpins.
Mercer Forge Corporation in Mercer, Pennsylvania.
Produces carbon and alloy forgings.
Meridian Lightweight Technologies, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A supplier of high-pressure lightweight magnesium die-cast automotive parts as well as machined and assembled components. Products include instrument panel beams, transfer cases, seat frames, radiator supports, front end carriers, steering column brackets/supports, transmission cases, engine cradles, as well as other body structure, chassis and powertrain components.
Meritor, Inc. in Morristown, Tennessee.
Products include precsion forged differential pinions, side gears, trasmission gears, spindles, and drive pinions. Applications include heavy-duty rear axles.
Metal Flow Corporation in Holland, Michigan.
A producer of drawn metal components and assemblies from a variety of metals such as stainless steel, cold rolled steel, aluminum, and copper and brass.
Metal Forming & Coining Corporation in Maumee, Ohio.
A manufacturer of net to near net shaped cold formed and impact extruded components for the automotive, commercial truck and other markets. Automotive products include disc brake caliper keys, gas & diesel engine valve seats & valve retainers, bearing retainers, universal joint bearing cups, ball joint housings, transmission pinion carriers, annulus gears, and automatic transmission components. Process capabilities include press forming, flow forming, in-house heat treating, in-house soap/phosphate, machining, broaching, deburring and double disk grinding, etc.
Metal Technologies, Inc. in Auburn, Indiana.
An iron caster. Capabilities include gray, ductile, damped, austempered ductile, HiSiMo, and compacted graphite iron casting. Automotive application ares include brake (calipers, caliper brackets, drums, rotors, DIH adapters, booster brackets); chassis (brackets, knuckles); driveline (flanges, yokes); engine (balance shafts, balance shaft housings, bearing caps, iron and aluminum brackets, NVH damper hubs, aluminum pump bodies, aluminum engine control covers, rings); steering (housings, pumps, valves, aluminum racks, tie rods, yokes); transmission (brackets, planetary carriers, iron and aluminum pump covers, sprockets, stators, aluminum interim and centering plates), etc.
Midwest Control Products Corporation in Bushnell, Illinois.
A supplier of linkage end products, ball joints, clevis ends, clevis spring pins, forged yoke ends, eye road ends, and tubing fabrication.
Millennium Forge, Inc. in Lousivelle, Kentucky.
A supplier of steel forgings and fittings for valves.
Missouri Forge, Inc. in Doniphan, Missouri.
A supplier of closed die drop forgings from 0.1 to 50 lbs. Upset forging to 2lbs. 10 state of the art forging cells. Materials used include carbon steel, alloy steel, stainless steel, and tool steel. Capabilities include metallurgical advice and assistance, forging design assistance, die design, magnetic particle inspection, thread rolling, hole drilling and cut threading, cold coining, material certifications and traceability.
MSP Industries in Oxford, Michigan.
A supplier of warm-forgings, cold-forgings and cold-headed products. Products application areas include transmissions, drivelines, rear axles, independent front axles, independent rear-drive systems (IRDS), differentials, propeller shafts, steering linkages, anti-roll systems, steering & suspension components and other forged components.
Muskegon Castings Corporation in Muskegon, Michigan.
Specializes in high volume casting applications. Automotive products include engine parts.
Nemak Kentucky in Glasgow, Kentucky.
Provides aluminum die cast automotive parts machining services. Processes include smelting, die casting, secondary machining, assembly & testing, etc.
Nemak, S.A.B. de C.V. in Monterrey, Nuevo Leon.
Specializes in the production of aluminum cylinder heads, engine blocks and transmission parts as well as other aluminum components for automotive applications.
Nemak Southfield in Southfield, Michigan.
A manufacturer of grey and nodular iron castings. Products include grey iron cylinder blocks for light vehicles, engine blocks and heads for trucks engines, exhaust manifolds; nodular iron crankshafts, camshafts, steering knuckles, suspension arms, and differential cases.
Nemak Wisconsin in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.
Die-casters of automotive powertrain and engine components. Services include precision machining and modular assemblies. Products include transmission cases, oil pans, steering housings, starter housings, brackets, front covers, cam caps, bearing ladders, axle tubes, bed plates, bell housings, oil filter adapters, valve bodies, and cam covers, etc.
Pace Industries, Inc. in Fayetteville, Arkansas.
Services include aluminum die-castings.
Pace Industries, Inc. in Grafton, Wisconsin.
A supplier of high pressure aluminum and fully-machined die castings produced on 600 ton thru 1800 ton machines, using 380 and 413 aluminum alloys to produce gear covers, rocker housings & covers, flywheel housings and other engine components.
Port City Castings Corporation in Muskegon, Michigan.
A producer of high-pressure aluminum die-castings for the automotive and other industries.
Port City Custom Plastics in Muskegon, Michigan.
Provides plastic injection molding, overmolding of plastics on metal, and miniature zinc die casting.
Powers and Sons LLC in Montpelier, Ohio.
A manufacturer of automotive steering linkages including forgings, linkage components, idler arms, tie rod ends, track bars, and pitman arms. Capabilities also include full engineering, design and testing.
Precision Die Casting, Inc. in Russellville, Kentucky.
A manufacturer of pressure tight, thin walled, low porosity, high pressure, die cast aluminum components for automotive and other applications. Secondary operations include machining, trimming and shotblasting.
Precix, Inc. in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
A designer and manufacturer of elastomeric, o-rings and customer elastomer solutions for automotive, aerospace and chemical processing applications. Automotive sealing solution applications include quick-connects, standard connects, fuel injectors, fuel rails, fuel tanks, fuel pumps, rollover valves, fuel sensors, fuel level sensors, fuel pressure sensors, relief valves, fuel filters, wheel cylinders, master cylinders, ABS seals, recuperating seals, gas caps, oil pumps, oil pressure sensors, crankcase inlet seals, electrical wiring harnesses, HVAC systems, emission control systems, alternative fuel systems seals, and transmission/transfer cases.
Premier Die Casting Company in Avenell, New Jersey.
Services include automotive aluminum and zinc die-casting machining, finishing, and assembly services.
P&R Fasteners, Inc. in Somerset, New Jersey.
A supplier of fasteners and high pressure die castings to the automotive industry. Products include nuts, screws, bolts, weld fasteners as well as die cast steering, suspension and valve components.
RCM Industries, Inc. in Franklin Park, Illinois.
A custom aluminum die caster. Secondary operations include machining and finishing. Automotive capabilities include fan brackets, cases, center support cylinders, dust covers, end tank covers, front covers, clutch housings, EGR housings, miscellaneous housings, bores, oil pans, piston rings, manifold plates, thrust rods, valve bodies, stepper motor housings, shift forks, retainers, pump housings, transmission housings, extension housings, stators, transfer cases, etc.
RCM Industries, Inc. in Wheeling, Illinois.
An aluminum die casting facility. Secondary processes include shot blasting, vibratory, sanding, ball burnishing.
RCM Industries, Inc. in Rutherfordton, North Carolina.
An aluminum die caster. Secondary processes include hotblast (tumble, spinner- hanger, and in-line flow-through), vibratory/debur, ball burnish, sanding, and artificial aging.
Reliable Castings Corporation in Cincinnati, Ohio.
A foundry operation specializes in jobbing and mid-volume applications. Expertise includes air set, green sand and permanent mold processes.
Reliable Castings Corporation in Sidney, Ohio.
Provides aluminum casting services. Capabilities include machining and other secondary operations, and JIT distribution. Customers include the diesel engine and heavy truck as well as the passenger car option markets.
Renaissance Manufacturing Group Waukesha, LLC in Waukesha, Wisconsin.
A metalcasting foundry. Product capabilities include ductile iron castings, HiSi moly castings. Services include product development.
Ryobi Die Casting (U.S.A.), Inc. in Shelbyville, Indiana.
Supplies high-pressure aluminum die castings to the automobile industry. Products include transmission cases, housings, engine parts and structural parts.
Sanmina-SCI Corporation in San Jose, California.
A supplier of printed circuit boards and assemblies, precision machined parts and castings.
Service Tool & Die in Henderson, Kentucky.
Capabilities include die cast dies, plastic injection molds, trim dies, production machining, prototype parts, general machine work, die casting, and CNC machining.
Shiloh Industries, Inc. in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin.
A die caster of complex aluminum die castings with machining or heat treatment. Services include production machining to precise tolerances in multiple alloys.
Simalex Manufacturing Co., Ltd. in Langley, British Columbia.
A custom pressure die caster of aluminum, zinc and magnesium. Services also include machining and in-plant mold making with CAD/CAM and secondary product finishing (machining and vibratory).
Skyway Precision, Inc. in Plymouth, Michigan.
A manufacturer of CNC machined products for automotive, heavy truck, off-road, power generation, forestry and other industries. Parts include chassis, transmission and powertrain components such as engine and transmission brackets, intake and exhaust manifolds, front engine supports, alternator supports, thermostat housings, expansion tanks, flywheels, flywheel housings, aluminum oil pans, exhaust outlets, water inlets & outlets, transmission housings, forged gear blanks, brake hubs, drums and roters, etc.
SONA BLW Precision Forge Inc. in Selma, North Carolina.
Products include bevel gears, speed gears and parts for transmissions and axles.
Southwest Metal Products Ltd. in Jackson, Michigan.
A supplier of cold forged axles, shafts, and headed pins in net and near net designs up to 4 inches O.D. maximum. Capabilities include Kanban and JIT programs.
Spartan Light Metal Products, Inc. in Sparta, Illinois.
Services include aluminum die castings, full service machinery, assembly, painting, and design engineering.
Spencer Forge & Manufacturing Company in Spencer, Ohio.
An upset forging company. Machining services include turning, grinding, milling, keyway cutting, boring, drilling, gun-drilling, integral bull-gear hobbing, spline hobbing and spline rolling. Heat treating services include carburizing, through hardening, quench and temper, induction hardening and normalizing.
SST Bearing Corporation in Loveland, Ohio.
A supplier of bearings, chain, castings & forgings, power transmission components as well as electric motors.
Stahl Specialty Company in Kingsville, Missouri.
A provider of aluminum castings. Capabilities include engineering, heat treatment, process control, transportation, electronic communication, foundry, metallurgical, production machining and sub-assembly.
Thixomat, Inc. in Livonia, Michigan.
A technology transfer company for the patented Thixomolding® technology, a proprietary one-step process for the production of lightweight near-net shape, injection molded, magnesium parts for automotive and other applications. Services include technical assistance in the areas of product design, prototyping and providing contacts with licensed Thixomolding® parts manufacturers.
Thompson Aluminum Casting Company, Inc. in Cuyahoga Heights, Ohio.
Capabilities include prototype and production castings of instrument panels, seat frames, cam covers, crossfire carburetor covers, valve covers, onboard computer covers, brake and clutch assemblies, and other components such as engine blocks, cylinder heads, manifolds, wheels, hubs, etc.
Trace Die Cast, Inc. in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Produces aluminum die castings.
Trelleborg Boots North America, Inc. in Salisbury, North Carolina.
Produces rack & pinion boots.
Tupy American Foundry Corporation in Farmington Hills, Michigan.
A supplier of cast-iron automotive products manufactured in gray iron, nodular iron or CGI. Parts are supplied unfinished, oiled, painted, pre-machined or machined. Automotive products areas include engine systems (engine blocks, engine heads, crankshafts, camshafts, bearing caps, flywheels, exhaust manifolds); brake systems (brake rotors, brake supports, brake calipers); transmission and steering systems (transmission cases, steering housings); suspension and axle systems (steering knuckles, wheel hubs). Secondary operations include machining (milling, bore-milling, drilling, threading and honing, etc.).
Unicast Company in Boyertown, Pennsylvania.
Casting capabilities include diesel engine components, manifolds, bearing housings, pump housings, gear boxes, valve bodies, impeller housings, gears, motor housings and other specialty parts.
Viking Products, Inc. in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
A supplier of small industrial parts for first and second-tier suppliers in the automotive and other industries. Services include engineering, warehousing, and just-in-time distribution. Products include cold formed parts, screw machine parts, springs, powdered metal parts, ferrous/non-ferrous and magnesium castings, multi-slide parts, spacers and tubing, rubber molded parts, and die cast parts.
Walker Forge Tennessee, LLC in Surgoinsville, Tennessee.
A forger of complex steel parts for the heavy truck, automotive, and other industries. Products include articulated pistons, mono-type pistons, connecting rods, knuckles, control arms, etc.
Wanxiang America Corporation in Elgin, Illinois.
A contract manufacturer of drivelines, brakes and bearings and related components such as U-joints, CV joints, yokes, automotive bearings and hubs, industrial bearings & drive shafts as well as electric motors for seating, windshield wipers, and other 12 volt applications.
Waupaca Foundry, Inc. in Tell City, Indiana.
Products include brake rotors and drums, bedplates, differential carriers, brake calipers and anchors, crankshafts, flywheel housings, control arms, and other on and off highway components, etc.
Waupaca Foundry, Inc. in Waupaca, Wisconsin.
An iron foundry producing gray, ductile, austempered ductile, and compacted graphite iron castings. Products include pulleys, brackets, brake drums, composite disc brakes, brake calipers, differential cases, differential carriers, control arms, knuckles, flywheels, cylinder heads, crankshafts, housings, covers, hydraulic components, etc.
Wescast Industries, Inc. in Brantford, Ontario.
A supplier of exhaust manifolds for passenger cars and light trucks. Designs, develops, casts and machines high-quality iron exhaust manifolds for automotive OEMs. Other products include turbine housings, integrated turbo-manifolds and catalytic converter containers.
WIRCO Company in Champaign, Illinois.
A producer of heat resistant, corrosion resistant, and wear resistant castings. Processes include sand castings, centrifugal poured tubes, and thin wall, lightweight vacuum cast products.
Wolverine Bronze Company in Roseville, Michigan.
A non-ferrous, sand cast jobbing foundry approved to pour castings by all domestic and most foreign automotive manufactures. Facilities include a pattern shop, pattern storage, fabrication and burnout department and fully equipped machine shop. Pouring capacity: aluminum, ounces to 60,000 lbs.; copper, ounces to 10,000 lbs. Aluminum alloys poured include 319, 355, 356, 713, 771, Almag, Precedent 71, and Tenzalloy. Copper alloys poured include CDA alloys, 80300 ,81500, 81540, 82200, 82500, 86300, 86400, 86500, 86500, 86700, 87600, 95200, 95400, 95520, 95900. RWMA Alloys: II, III, IV. Manganese Bronze, Silicon Bronze and others.
Young Technology, Inc. in Addison, Illinois.
A designer, manufacturer and importer of automotive and motor industry components including leather wrapped components, shifter system components, oil seals, bearing components, motor laminations, molded rubber, molded plastic components, forged and formed steel components.
ZD Metal Products, Inc. in Petoskey, Michigan.
Services include magnesium and aluminum die casting.