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Peterson Spinning & Stamping 

959 E 108th Street, Los Angeles, California, 90059, United States

About

Founded by Mr. Peterson in 1934 we have been serving the industry since then and have steadily expanded our facilities for increased production capacity and capabilities. In 1985 Mr. Peterson retired and Mr. Helmut Korte bought the company and is still managing it today. Peterson Spinning Stamping has developed unique capabilities by combining deep drawing and spinning operations to generate complex part configurations. 75% of our production consists of stainless steel components. PSS serves many different industries. The main industry being swimming pool/underwater lighting and filter housings. Automotive components: stainless steel spare tire covers for SUVs, custom hub caps for aftermarket applications as well as air intake venturis for supercharged engines. Medical equipment: surgical lighting reflectors, cryogenic transportation and shipping containers. Lighting industries: indoor and outdoor lighting reflectors. Defense parts: shape charge liners, ammunition components and missile components.

Our Work

Manufacturing Capabilities

Equipment

1 Femco HL 25 8” Chuck 19” between centers

60-650 ton die casting machine

Blanking

Bliss 225T

Bliss C-45 OBI Punch Press

Flowforming Machines

HPM

HPM 200-700 ton die cast machines

Leifeld PNC CNC Spinning Lathes

Lighting

Lighting Fixtures

Mazak QTN250-II (14 OD x 36 Length)

Milltronics ML2640 CNC Lathe 20 Chuck

Surface grinders: 1 set

TIG/MIG WELDERS

Company Details

Employees

<10

MFG Member Since

02/19/2007

Location

United States

Languages

Deutsch

English

Spanish

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