High-volume Production Metal Stamping


Rago's Amada TP-200 EX machinesRago & Son works primarily with the following industries:

  • Automotive
  • Heavy-duty trucking
  • Aircraft (Quotes provided on an individual basis)
  • Watercraft
  • Filtration
  • Solar (Panels, racks, mounts, and other parts)

However, Rago & Son works with any industry that requires high volume metal stamping.  Whatever the end product — truck, boat or water filter — if a metal component is needed, our facility can produce it.  Partial or Full Assembly services can be provided upon request, before the components are shipped.

Rago & Inc. workshop floor

Rago & Son's 40,000+ square foot facilities have the production capability to meet any high volume metal working requirements.  We stamp metals up to 0.375" thick, and our maximum press capability is 220 tons.  Our skilled operators often use coil feeders when appropriate to speed up production.

We've worked with:

  • Aluminum
  • Steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Tin-plated Materials
Amada VIPROS 255 metal stamperCoil-fed Minster metal stamperCoil-fed Meltag metal stamperBoxed metal coils for stamping

We can form, bend, roll or stamp metal into many shapes and sizes.  If you have an oddly shaped or sized part, please call us to see if it is feasible.

Please follow the link below to read more about our welding capabilities, or use the right sidebar menu to skip to the section that interests you.  If you have any specific questions regarding your special considerations, please do not hesitate: Let us know your requirements.


Pre-Production Services


Rago & Son provides a number of services supporting the actual production process.  Though technically not a machine shop, we have full machine shop capabilities to provide complete die manufacturing and maintenance services.

Rago & Son's secondary support services are:

  • Prototyping (Laser-cutting)
  • Die Manufacturing
  • Die Maintenance

We can fabricate and/or maintain:

  • Compound dies
  • Pierce, Cutoff and Form dies
  • Progressive dies
  • Press Brake dies

There is no additional charge for routine maintenance on customer purchased tooling.

We prototype and stamp sample runs for customers who have purchased tooling.

We do not regularly fabricate in small numbers.


Post-Production Services

Rago & Son worker inspecting a metal tubeAfter the components have been manufactured, Rago & Son provides post-production services to finish the job.  We provide complete assembly and finishing services, and inspect our pieces on our CMM machine as necessary before shipping.  Our goal is to ensure that from the beginning to the end, your metal production needs are fully covered at Rago & Son.

The parts we produce are carefully inspected and measured for quality assurance.  The process involves a variety of tools and instruments, with the below Mitutoyo Bright-A710 Coordinate Measurement System used when needed.

Mitutoyo Bright A710 Coordinate Measuring System

Our highly trained technicians ensure the quality of our products.  In 2008, we received a 50 PPM Certificate from a satisfied customer.  The customer is just one of many high profile and highly satisfied customers who Rago & Son, Inc. continues to serve.

If needed, Rago & Son can assemble your products before shipping them to their final destinations.  Our skilled operators can assemble pieces by hand, or for faster performance and precision, use auto-inserters.

Automatic bushing insertion machineRago employee assembles a product

We understand that the quality of our products have a direct correlation to your company's reputation.  Rest assured that we always do our best to provide you with metal stampings and other components of the highest quality.

We currently utilize the following list of finishes:

  • Painting
  • Zinc Coating
  • Powder Coating
  • Anodizing
  • Tumbling
  • Deburring
  • Tin-plating

Our powder-coaters and other outside suppliers are certified to strict automotive standards when applicable.  Please inquire for a quote.

Rago & Son's Inspection, Assemby, and Finishing services are not provided as independent services.

The above is used to support our production needs.

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