Wiegel Tool Works is located in Wood Dale, IL, and provides mass-production metal stamping services such as progressive die high-speed stamping, progressive die heavy metal stamping, engineering support, in-house toolmaking, rapid prototype, waterjet cutting and automated assembly of parts. Operating on 187,000 sq-ft in 4 manufacturing facilities, we use the latest in metal stamping equipment and quality assurance technology. We operate state-of-the art Minster and Bruderer brand punch presses and deploy in-line vision and sensor equipment throughout our facilities to ensure only precision quality parts leave our machines. We are IATF certified and serve a wide range of industries around the globe with our most demanding customers operating in the automotive sector. We produce a variety of copper-based, precious metal and ferrous metal components such as busbars, lead frames, terminals, brackets, rolled bushings, press-fit pins, shields, wire and cable connectors and more. When sourcing for precision metal stampings, many leading automotive manufacturers choose to work with us due to our strong reputation for consistent production of high-quality parts and stature for exceeding customer expectations with engineering support and final delivery.
With Zeiss CMMs, OGP smart scopes and dedicated sensor and camera vision system technology to monitor stamping parts in and off production lines, our customers know quality assurance is our number one priority. We are IATF and ISO certified and have a dedicated quality lab and inspection team responsible for maintaining quality control at the greatest extent.
Wiegel Tool Works lives by the philosophy of embracing the latest technology. We have regular technology updates and new equipment acquisitions so we can always have the necessary tools to develop breakthrough techniques and processes and deliver quality parts.
REDUCE YOUR STAMPING SUPPLY BASE AND INCREASE EFFICIENCY
Supply Chain Management
From the very bottom of the supply chain, we manage product material, metal stamping production, pre- and post- stamping operations as well as product handling, tactical scheduling, logistics and delivery. Wiegel Tool Works helps manufacturing customers reduce their supply base by offering assistance in all phases of metal stamping production from early design concepts to tooling to production of finished stampings and assemblies. Customers can track projects with real-time updates and keep all teams aligned with project goals.
REDUCE WASTE AND MAXIMIZE OUTPUT WITH CLEAN PRODUCTION
Wiegel Tool Works is committed to production sustainability and efficiency. We train our team to conserve energy and resources and follow an ISO 14001 certified environmental management system that allows us to operate in an eco-friendly supply chain and stay compliant with industry standards.
Discover more about Wiegel Tool Works by watching our metal stamping operations in action. See how our combined technology and processes have made us the leaders in our field and listen to our experts explain how we’re continuously solving our customers’ biggest manufacturing challenges.
Read about our customer success stories. Wiegel Tool Works helps manufacturers face challenges confidently and produce better designs with more efficient stamping processes and cost-competitive stamping solutions. From product engineering assistance to process integrations to implementing robotic assembly lines and finding opportunities to trim production costs, we continue to offer creative ideas that result in better manufacturing and better products.
Get hands on experience from our very own apprenticeship program that trains and certifies highly-skilled Journeyman Tool and Die Makers. Our apprenticeship program has designed a way to bring next generation makers up to speed with the unique skill and knowledge required to produce the tools necessary to make the world's most demanding products.
Wiegel Tool Works Expands Operations To A New Facility Located in Elk Grove Village, IL
Wiegel Tool Works expanded their operations to an additional facility located in Elk Grove Village, IL to create more room for manufacturing and warehousing, while also adding new jobs for manufacturing.