GREAT Products provides simple and complex metal components for our customers by utilizing a variety of different forming processes and using various material compositions. This enables GREAT Products to provide exactly what our customers need.

Processing Materials


Metal Stamping

Design, Develop and Manufacture parts using stamping presses that can run at high speeds, produce thousands of parts per hour while holding very tight tolerances, and form extremely complex shapes. Multiple manufacturing locations availble.


High-speed stampings - up to 200 strokes per mimnute

Press sizes from 60 ton to 800 ton

Material thicknesses ranging from .008 to .312 inches

Bed-size up to 60" wide by 168" long

Reel-to-Reel Stampings

In-die tapping

Provider of Cosmetic and Class-1 Stampings


Machining and Cold-Heading

We provide specialty machined components, screws, fasteners and other parts by using a variety of methods including Swiss Machining Centers, Screw Machines, Grinding processes, CNC Lathing and Milling.


Low-Volume to High-Volume - 50 pieces to millions of pieces per year

Screw Machines - 1/2" to 3 1/2" capacity

Davenport Machines - Up to 3/4" capacity

Swiss-style CNC - Citizen, Tsugami, and Star machines

Vertical Machining Centers - Brother, Haas, Harding, Hurco

Cold-formed Products - Screws, Rivets, bushings, double-end studs, ball studs, etc...



Custom design and manufacturing of roll formed parts in simple to complex shapes. Parts can be formed in a wide range of ferrous and non-ferrous metals, to include pre-coated materials, decorative stainless, aluminum and galvanized. Value added operations include pre and post punching/notching, bending, secondary stamping, in-line welding, and in- line assembly.


Roll-form equipment lines from 1 1/2" to 3 1/2"

Material up to 30 inches wide and 4 inches deep

Material Lengths up to 45 feet

Reduced Tooling Investment vs Stampings

Very efficient material usage with less scrap


Slide Forming & CNC Wire Forming

Create small intricate parts including springs, clips, brackets, wire-forms and other products using multi-slide, CNC Wire-forming and other machines.


From small prototype runs to large production volumes in the millions

Short Lead Times

In-house tooling capabilities

Intricate Designs



Create complex shapes using high speed, precision lasers and water-jet cutting. Utilize CNC forming and press brake capabilities that can provide a variety of shapes with lower investment in tooling. Provide welding, tube bending, and aluminum extrusion among other capabilities.


Lasers ranging from 1,000 to 10,000 watts

Laser bed sizes up to 6 foot by 12 foot with auto-load and unload

Forming presses from 40 ton to 250 ton with up to a 14 foot long bed

In-house deburring

Various welding capabilities including resistance, MIG, TIG, and robotic

Other processes include stud welding, PEM setting, and spin-riveting.



Perform various assembling capabilities including welding, taping, and kitting of parts among other operations.


Volumes from prototype runs to large production volumes in the millions

Both manual and automated assembly processes.

Assist in design engineering for assembly processing.


Secondary Processes

Provide a variety of secondary processes including welding, painting, heat-treating, plating, specialty coatings, etc..


Volumes from prototype runs to large production volumes in the millions

Powder Coating

Zinc Plating, Zinc-Nickel, Dacromet, and other various coatings as needed


Nylon Patch Application