Phillips Stamping
5290 S Main St. • Akron, Ohio 44319
(866) 882-1591
Seventy-five years of metal stamping and assembly insight has been passed down through
four generations to lay the foundation of who Phillips Machine & Stamping Corp. is today.
We understand the ever changing needs of manufacturing and 
strive to accommodate any requests.
From prototype development and fabrication to progressive tool and die repair, our
Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) is attentive to your needs.
Mass finishing removes sharp edges and prepares the surfaces of
metal and plastic stamping components in preparation for
resistance (spot and projection) welding and riveting.

Everything under one roof provides the most control of quality and price.
Your ISO-9001 without design requirements are not only communicated but maintained.
Please allow our family to assist you with your next request.

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Metalworking is the process of working with metals to create individual component parts, assemblies, or large scale structures. Phillips Machine & Stamping Corp.'s machine shop includes a number of machine tools capable of creating a precise, useful workpiece.

General metalworking processes

Metalworking generally is divided into the following categories, forming, cutting, and, joining. Each of our categories contain various processes.

Prior to most operations, the metal must be marked out and/or measured, depending on the desired finished product.

Marking out (also known as layout) is the process of transferring a design or pattern to a workpiece and is the first step in the handcraft of metalworking. At Phillips Machine & Stamping Corp., marking out consists of transferring your plan to the workpiece in preparation for the next step, machining or manufacture.

Phillips Machine & Stamping Corp.
5290 S Main St New Franklin, OH 44319 US
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