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Pressing forward as the metal fabricator of choice for the appliance industry, Wiegel Tool Works brings progressive edge technology plus a carefully cultivated workforce with decades of training and experience to put our stamp of excellence on the manufacturing industry.

For over 77 years, we at Wiegel Tool Works have honed our expertise, processes, and systems in the manufacturing of fan blades, brackets, bearing retainers, terminals, and electrical contacts and connectors suitable for our OEM and tier manufacturer customers in the appliance industry. Our appliance-related fabrication capabilities are perfect for applications such as fractional horsepower motors, fan motors, washers and dryers, kitchen appliances, mechanical assemblies, and many other appliances and electrical devices. Customers say that our attention to detail, precision, efficiency, and quality are reasons they keep coming back for both residential and commercial appliance metal stamping needs.

Our long history of serving clients across a range of markets allows us to attract and retain highly skilled and knowledgeable experts across the full range of services we offer, from engineering and prototyping through tooling, production, and inspection. We take pride in being a one-stop source for our customers, retaining the flexibility, adaptability, and cost effectiveness that we can pass to our customers by keeping all functions in house.

Stamped Parts:

  • Brackets
  • Bearing Retainers
  • Bus Bars
  • Compression Limiters
  • Crush Bushings
  • Fan Blades
  • Fasteners
  • Inserts
  • Rolled Bushings
  • Shields
  • Terminals, Contacts and Connectors

Assorted Stamped Parts


  • Copper
  • Brass
  • Phosphor Bronze
  • Beryllium Copper
  • Steel
  • Stainless Steel
  • Carbon Steel
  • Aluminum
  • Galvanized Steel
  • Titanium
  • Platinum

Wiegel Tool Works metal stamping services for the appliance industry


Our progressive die heavy stamping services utilizing Minster presses provides maximum efficiency and productivity for numerous market segments, due to our highly experienced personnel and state of the art equipment. Our facility includes an in-house toolroom, allowing us to leverage the ability to produce precision progressive dies for production metal stamping. No matter how complex your requirements or the size of your production run, Wiegel Tool Works will provide the utmost in reliable and cost-efficient components.


What does it take to achieve the production speed needed to get your parts stamped on schedule and on budget? Wiegel Tool Works uses the very latest in camera vision systems and sensor technology coupled with Bruderer presses to expedite even multimillion-part production runs and ensure 100% quality control.


Using the highly customized, state-of-the-art Siemens NX 3D CAD modeling software, our team of engineers at Wiegel Tool Works designs and produces our dies in house for progressive metal stamping production. This ensures both maximum productivity and cost efficiency for our customers’ projects, especially in the reduction of costs typically associated with changes made in the design phase.


Our manufacturing process implements testing of each concept early in the development process. We use the results of this testing to refine and perfect the design and select the most appropriate manufacturing technology. The ability to prototype saves time and money and ensures that we can produce parts with the highest efficiency for our customers and their clients in the appliance industry.


Wiegel Tool Works serves its appliance industry customers by providing superior components and assembled products. We provide both in-die assembly and secondary semi-automated assembly services allowing us to join plastic, metal inserts, and a wide variety of hardware components with metal stampings


Waterjet services have a number of advantages for manufacturing appliance industry components. Using waterjet, Wiegel Tool Works can quickly produce highly cost-effective parts without the need for tooling design and production. The waterjet manufacturing process uses 60,000 psi cold water pressure mixed with garnet abrasive to cut parts of almost any material without harming the integrity of the part design or raw material. This manufacturing process is especially appropriate during the prototyping process and for short production runs that don’t require extremely tight tolerances.


For all our customers, including those in the appliance industry, Wiegel Tool Works leverages both technology and smart workforce practices to ensure efficiency and accuracy. We’re invested in the success of each project and work diligently to foster the kind of relationships that keep our customers coming back.