Machine & Metal Fabrication Shop

At A&H Custom Machine, we offer our customers the highest quality of precision fabrication. Together our team has more than 150 years of experience, so when you want the very best, look no further.

What is fabricating?

Simply put, fabricating is a manufacturing process by which raw, and semi-raw materials are used to make (fabricate) custom products for an end-user. Frequently fabricating is required because what the customer needs is so niche that it does not exist on the market and cannot be assembled from ready-made parts.

Because customers' needs can vary so greatly, fabricating requires a wide range of expertise, including designing, machining, stamping, welding and much more.

But while there are many companies out there that can design metal components, cut, drill and weld, we understand that fabricating is about much more than that. It is also about ensuring that the customer is completely satisfied by delivering unsurpassed quality and completing the project on time and on budget.

Our goal is to give every customer the very best in fabricating, starting with our expert engineers right down to our state-of-the-art finishing. Working with the latest tools and software, including Solidworks and AutoCAD, our team has everything they need to take your vision from concept to reality. The quality of our work is guaranteed at every stage of the manufacturing process.

How metal fabrication adds value to your business

At A&H Custom Machine, we are proud to offer fabricating services that add value to businesses. For more than 20 years, our team has been creating structures, machines, tools and parts, thereby saving our customers the trouble of seeking out multiple vendors.

Most of our fabricating projects have required a high degree of expertise, starting with engineering drawings requiring precise measurements. The process for most projects includes cutting with manual or powered tools, including torches, laser cutting, and CNC cutters; bending with CNC presses as well as assembling through welding, adhesives, riveting and other methods.

Before commencing any project, our team evaluates the best tools and methods to achieve your desired results.

Industries that frequently use our custom metal fabrication services include automotive, aerospace, building construction, metalworking art & sculpture, prototyping and the metal manufacturing industry.

Custom Metal Fabrication Services in Burlington, Ontario

Located in Burlington, Ontario, A&H Custom Machine serves the surrounding area, such as Hamilton, Oakville, Mississauga and Toronto. or you need contract metal fabrication services to complete another project, we offer the solution.

Welding is one of metal fabrication's most common processes. A&H Custom Machine recognizes that welding metal parts together involves more than just melting the metal and applying pressure with a clamp.

From determining the most efficient position for metalworking equipment to ensuring even heat distribution, our metal fabricators are skilled at custom metal fabrication services. No matter what the metal, such as steel fabrication, carbon steel, stainless steel, or aluminum, A&H Custom Machine has the experience and skill for your business.

Why Choose A&H Custom Machine Shop for your fabricating needs?

The desire to produce only the best-finished products and achieve a high level of customer satisfaction is in our DNA. This has been the case since we first went into business in 1986, and our commitment to uncompromised service has never wavered.

Our keen eye distinguishes us for detail and our cutting-edge fabrication process. As a result, we have even had customers come to us for a project after an original supplier could not deliver.

If you would like to learn more about how our fabrication shop can help with your fabricating project, call us today to speak with a member of our team. We will take the time to get to know your company's needs and discuss our methods and pricing with you.

Call us today and find out why we are a leader in metal fabrication.