OEM Fabricators, Inc. is a CNC machining shop offering design assistance, fabrication, welding, assembly and finishing. The company was founded in 1986, by S. Mark Tyler and Jim Hauschild, in Woodville, Wisconsin, United States.
The company looks to provide its products and services to industries such as railroad, mining, oil and gas, construction, power, agriculture, military, defense, and forestry. For railroads they provide plug and play cabs, engine and generator shrouds, large fuel tanks, and conveyor assemblies. For mining they offer fabrication, welding, machine and paint components for surface and underground mining equipment. With oil and gas they produce large precision machined components for fracking. For construction they offer paint components for medium and heavy lift cranes, road maintenance, and concrete.
For industries of power, the company offers complete motor and generator shells, jackets, end-bells, exciter frames, flywheels, and gear cases. In agriculture they offer component parts and sub-assemblies and aftermarket items for major OEMs. For military and defense, they offer mobile training facilities, and components for indoor and outdoor ranges. For forestry they offer bolt-on components and sub-assemblies for log handlers, fellers and wood chippers.
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OEM Fabricators, Inc.
Woodville, Wisconsin, United States
- Batch productionBatch production is a manufacturing process characterized by the parallel fabrication and assembly of multiple copies of the same product wherein all steps of the process must be completed before producing the next lot can be made.
- CNC Machining
- ManufacturingIndustrial activity producing goods for sale using labor and machines
- EngineeringApplication of knowledge to produce systems