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Ameritex Machine and Fabrication 

13391 E FM 1097, Willis, Texas, 77378, United States


Ameritex is the leader in advanced metal fabrication. We strive to offer our customers creative ways to make their products on the world's most advanced technology. Our goal is to make sourcing fabricated metal components the easiest part of your day. Since we began operations in 2004, we have grown exponentially by putting the customer first. Simply put, we will move mountains to get you what you need when you need it.

Beginning in October of 2017, we now run two production facilities approaching 100,000 sq ft of manufacturing space. Our 36-acre campus in Willis, TX has plenty of room for expansion when the time comes. Let Ameritex be the solution to your metal fabrication needs!

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities


CNC Machining

South Bend 612 Magna Turn

Hight precision Mills

Turning Center

20 ton - 100 ton (4 Presses)

Laser Cut Parts

Formed parts

Machined parts

electrical enclosures

Tube cutting

laser tube cutting

4 Large Platform and high capacity Amada sheet lasers up to 84X165 capacity

Mazak Fabrigear 400 tube laser

BLM LT8 Tube Laser

Amada EMK punch press

Amada HG ATC press brakes

LVD Toolcell Press Brakes

Amada Spot Welders

Davi Rollers

Davi Plate Roller ¼” x 11’

Company Details

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Ratings & Reviews From Buyers

5.00 (1)
Very smooth transaction from a responsive and helpful supplier. The price was right, the communications constructive and the delivery early. I'm glad I awarded the job to Ameritex Machine and Fabrication. Keith
—Keith B, Blaylock Machine Design and Build Services
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