AT&F has some exciting news to share regarding their Advanced Metals division located in Orrville, Ohio. “Based on current business conditions and an optimistic eye to the future, today we have broken ground on a 32,000 square foot expansion at AT&F Advanced Metals, according to Ken Ripich, EVP for AT&F.” The building is expected to be completed and ready to occupy in early June. AT&F is looking to hire qualified team members that share the company's core values and that have the appropriate experience in TIG welding stainless, titanium, tantalum, zirconium and other special alloy materials.
With constant advancements in technology and rising competition across industries, the world of metal fabrication is becoming more and more automated. Shifting from manual to automated processes can present much opportunity for large gains in both efficiency and productivity, while lending a competitive advantage. Before adopting these systems, however, it is important to understand all facets of automated technology and determine if it’s an investment worth making.
AT&F has specialized in heavy fabrication since its inception in 1940. Forming some of the thickest steel available, we provide components for defense, mining, construction, oil and gas, and other industries. Among our capabilities are cutting, rolling, forming and machining.
For years, AT&F has been a major presence in the heavy construction industry that specializes in manufacturing crane structures. With 35,000 square feet of manufacturing space, AT&F Structures is dedicated to the complete fabrication of lattice type structures for the construction and energy markets.
As one of the world’s premier metal fabrication companies, AT&F creates components that quite literally shape the industries we serve. AT&F's core focus is to Build, Protect, Energize, and Move the World through metal fabrication.
How AT&F's core focus represents the core industries we serve:
- Build= Construction and Mining
- Protect= Defense
- Energize= Renewable Energy
- Move= Infrastructure and Shipbuilding
With a core focus on investment in game-changing technology and innovation, AT&F is pleased to announce the addition of its newest 5-axis waterjet cutting system. The specialized equipment was developed for AT&F to achieve the fastest cutting speeds possible while maintaining exceptional edge quality. This high quality cutting method allows for less machining, decreasing costs and increasing overall efficiency.