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Fanmar Inc 

6601 South Sayre Avenue, Bedford Park, Illinois, 60638, United States

About

Fanmar has been supplying POP Design and Manufacturing companies with their metal components and assemblies since 1965. As this industry has grown in size and complexity so has Fanmar. We have the expertise and equipment to meet or exceed the unique challenges associated with this industry. Fanmar has been suppluing most major lighting companies over the years with their component parts for their stock and custom light fixtures including custom light box assemblies for the POP Display industry. Fanmar is able to manage large and complex projects as well as smaller one-off prototypes and has experience to do the job right. Our capabilities include: CNC Laser cutting, CNC Turret punching, CNC Forming, Spot, Mig And Tig Welding, as well as many other fabricating solutions to fit your needs. Our engineering department operates the latest versions of "SolidWorks" and "AutoCAD", So we have the ability to communicate with your staff in "Real Time" for fast and accurate results. This allows you the ability to communicate accurate detailed information and changes back to your staff or customers.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

10 ton crane

Haas ST20-SSY Production Lathe

Laser Cut Parts

Laser Cutting

MIG Welding

Press brakes

Punch Press

roll forming

Roll Forming Parts

Shearing

Sheet Metal and Stamping

Sheet Metal Fabrication

Spot Welding

Turret Punch

Turret punching

Welding fabrication

Company Details

Employees

20-50

MFG Member Since

04/13/2011

Location

United States

D-U-N-S Number

005522669

Languages

English

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