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Alloy Fabrication 

1700 North 10th Street, Reading, Pennsylvania, 19612, United States

About

Alloy Fabrication began in 1987 when George Stuck Jr., Dennis Shueman, and Roger Himmelberger rented a small building in Fleetwood, PA. In the beginning the three owners were the only workers of the company. They completed all the fabrication orders and deliveries. Within a year of opening, Alloy Fabrication would be moving into the heart of Reading, PA, into a 10,000 square foot plant. The building in which Alloy Fabrication is located currently was a part of Reading's manufacturing history. At one time it was the plant for the Reading Cycle Manufacturing Company, which was organized in 1896 to manufacture bicycles. In the early 90's Roger parted ways with Alloy Fabrication to peruse a career elsewhere. Today, Alloy Fabrication is owned and operated by the Stuck family. After the retirement of Dennis Shueman in 2009, George Stuck III entered the company and since then the company has expanded to now occupy a 14,000 square foot plant. Alloy Fabrication is continuing to satisfy customers, across the Mid-Atlantic, andnationally,with a high quality of service and manufacturing. Capabilities have also allowed for international shipment.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

14x60 Graziano Sag 14

Assembly & Manufacture

Chiron 3D Printer

Foam

Laser Cutting

laser cutting - subsupplier

Plastics

Powder Coating

Rolling

Smart Machine Tools SM965

Stainless Steel

Titanium Tubing and machining

Waterjet Cutting

Wiedemann CNC Punch Press

Company Details

Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

02/05/2007

Location

United States

Languages

English

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