custom metal fabrication

Solving Complex Part Challenges With Offline Programming

In broad terms, three current factors in the metal fabrication industry highlight the benefits of offline programming. We will briefly explore these factors, explain offline programming and its benefits, and finish by seeing how Badger Sheet Metal Works incorporates this technology into its operations where applicable. Industry Challenges Staffing Shortage: A significant challenge faced by Solving Complex Part Challenges With Offline Programming

The Pivotal Press Brake: How BSMW Elevates the Use of a Shop-Floor Staple

Across history, technological advancement is the fuel that powers growth and expansion in industrial trades. Custom metal fabrication is no exception. Over the last 100 years, metal fabrication technologies evolved to drastically change how companies form and weld metal. Among these advances is the advent of the hydraulic press brake. Press Brake Bending and Forming The Pivotal Press Brake: How BSMW Elevates the Use of a Shop-Floor Staple

Badger Sheet Metal Works Tackles Large-Scale Projects Through Integrated Machining Services

Badger Sheet Metal Works (BSMW) takes great pride in providing high-quality custom stainless-steel fabrication and metal fabrication for customers near and far in wide-ranging industries. The company leverages large-scale lifting capabilities to complete projects of varying sizes in its custom 110,000 sq. ft. facility. Building on a history that stretches back nearly a century, BSMW Badger Sheet Metal Works Tackles Large-Scale Projects Through Integrated Machining Services

Meet the Team: An Interview with BSMW’s Longest-Tenured Employee, Andy Hyer

Employees shape the soul of a company. They create an organization’s culture, fueling its spirit and ultimately its success. As the old adage says, happy employees make happy customers, and Badger Sheet Metal Works prides itself on providing an engaging workplace. The company is privileged to have employed a smart and motivated team throughout its history, Meet the Team: An Interview with BSMW’s Longest-Tenured Employee, Andy Hyer