Our Services

A Variety Of Services For All Your Sheet Metal Fabrication Needs.

Quality Service

We offer a wide-range of services for all your sheet metal fabrication needs, including: laser cutting, CNC brake press forming, finishing, and design & engineering.

Our fabrication shop is unique because we have ability to perform precision cutting and custom finishing in-house, which means we can get your job done from start to finish without the need for additional contractors.

Fiber Laser Cutting

At Circa Metals, we use a Fiber Laser for cutting sheets up to 5’x10’. The distinct advantage of using our Fiber Laser is its high precision; it is capable of cutting within a tolerance of +/- 0.001”.

The high peak power and short pulses of a fiber laser also allow it to be used not just for cutting, but also for marking and engraving. Furthermore, the high quality of the beam of a fiber laser allows for cleaner, burr-free edges and faster cutting speeds than with other cutting equipment.

  • Metal stamping and Metal blanking
  • Roll forming and Shearing
  • Embossing and Cut to length
  • Press braking and Pinning
  • Punching, notching and Assembly
  • Welding – TIG welding, MIG welding, spot welding


We use CNC Brake Presses for bending sheet metal pieces up to 10 feet wide. Through the application of pressure reference technology and dynamic crowning we can achieve flawless and consistent bending results, within a tolerance of +/- 0.005”.


For punching, we use a CNC Punch Press that can work with sheet metal up to a size of 4’x8’. This equipment allows us to quickly punch holes in sheet metal for a variety of applications in the most cost-effective way currently available.


We can work with a range of materials, including: steel, aluminum, copper, titanium, brass, bar stock, and coated materials (special materials are available upon request).

CNC Brake Press Forming

What Can We Build For You?

Custom Finishing

Circa Metals offers in-house powder coating solutions using paint-line powder coat. Powder coating is applied using electrostatic technology thus resulting in a durable finish on many different types of metal.We can meet any color and finish requirements for pieces up to 10’x10’.


Our process complies with the Restriction of Hazardous Substances Directive (RoHS), so you can be confident that your project will not contain toxic substances nor result in toxic e-waste at the end of its useful life.

Quality Results

With our in-house powder coating capabilities, we can finish both large and small projects quickly, while maintaining strong principles of quality control and accountability.

Unique Touch

Circa Metals also has solid partnerships with third-party vendors who can perform other finishing operations, such as anodizing, plating, and wet painting, so we can provide you with the right finish for your metal fabrications.

In-house Design Expertise

Many of our clients have realized significant savings by having our design team involved in the project development process. With our manufacturing and industry expertise, we can suggest alternative designs or find manufacturing cost savings for your project.

From Design to Product

Our experienced and talented engineering team has successfully transformed rough concepts into finished products for our clients. We use cutting edge software for design work and manufacturing planning, including SolidWorks, AutoCAD, and JETCAM.

Our integrated design and manufacturing team can take your ideas from concept to prototype, and to final product. We can help you with idea generation, concept development, engineering, and CAD drawings. We strive to create designs that are of the highest quality, cost-competitive, and meet your timelines.

Design & Engineering

From Design To Product

Materials We Work With:

  • Hot/Cold rolled steel
  • Stainless steel
  • Stainless steel shim
  • Aluminum
  • Copper
  • Titanium
  • Brass
  • Bar stock
  • Coated materials

We Have Cutting-Edge Equipment For:

  • Cutting
  • Roll forming
  • Embossing
  • Press braking (bending)
  • Blanking, punching, and notching
  • Shearing
  • Pemming
  • Assembly
  • Sub-assembly
  • Welding (TIG, MIG, and spot welding)