Designed for continuous growth and diversification, our manufacturing campus optimizes production runs for varied volumes.
When you partner with Plasan North America, you have the advantage of our multilayered commercial expertise. Utilizing the latest technologies and our well-honed processes, our highly trained, certified engineers oversee every phase of your product development, from initial prototyping and blue sky ideation, to around the clock production runs, final product testing and inspections.
With our industry-best talent and extensive in-house capabilities, including custom media blasting and seven-axis GMAW robotic welding, Plasan expertly balances precision and innovation with speed and efficiency to deliver first rate commercial metal solutions at highly competitive prices.
Manual and Robotic Welding
Equipped with six manual welding stations and a fully automated seven-axis GMAW robotic weld system, Plasan operates Integrated Welding Flows at high volume capacities. We provide prototype welding services, too, including trial and limited production runs.
Metal Bending and Forming
Reduce setup and retooling time with our two state-of-the-art metal bending centers in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Advanced Laser Cutting Technology
Our 6000W Messar Fiber Laser cuts mild steel, high carbon, stainless steel, armored steel, aluminum and composite armor.
Our metal solutions plant in Grand Rapids, Michigan is equipped with a state-of-the-art large scale blasting booth, capable of high volume blasts and custom media implementations.
Commercial Assembly and Manufacturing Services
By offering prototyping-to-production fabrication and assembly capabilities in-house, Plasan is able to reduce outside suppliers, thus improving lead times and saving costs.
Quality and Inspection
At Plasan, nothing leaves our Grand Rapids, Michigan campus until it’s been rigorously tested and inspected by our certified quality engineers and inspectors.
Engineering and Design Capabilities
Our advanced in-house engineering capabilities are scalable on a need-to-need basis, meaning we can execute both end-to-end production runs and trial run prototyping.