We are a fifth-generation full-service metal fabricating and powder coating supplier, that combines the personal and attentive service you’d expect of the past with modern technology of today.
Since our start back in 1870, Roberts Manufacturing has made it a priority to listen to customers, and to solve their complex problems or goals with simple solutions.
All our products are engineered with purpose and functionality in mind and built to last. We are driven by innovation and integrity, striving to provide the highest quality parts and products for our customers and their success.
Mindfulness of the past mixed with modern technology of today. This is Roberts Manufacturing.
From Prototype to Product Manufacturing
Roberts Manufacturing is not only a full-range metal fabricating and coating specialist, but also provides value-added services such as: industrial design, design for manufacturing analysis and design for cost reduction.
“We pride ourselves on being on the cutting edge of technology and always staying ahead of the curve in equipment, on-time delivery and the highest quality products,” – Nathan Roberts
The company’s software includes ERP system, SolidWorks, SigmaNest, SigmaPunch and TruTops Boost Bend, Tube and Punch-laser.
Short run specialist, long run capabilities
Founder Griffith D. Roberts started his blacksmith shop in 1870
The business used its initial location until it was destroyed by a fire in 1930. At that time, Roberts Manufacturing built a new facility, which it still uses today. In 2010, the company went through a major expansion, going from an 8,000-square-foot facility to 62,000-square-foot facility, adding a powder coating line and batch that year.
In 2019, business grew so much that Roberts Manufacturing acquired a second facility adjacent to the original building. That expansion allowed the business to double its capacity, bringing it to a total of 125,000 square feet of space. The expansion also allowed the business to add new capabilities, including a tube laser and a punch laser combo machine.
Griffith D. Roberts, or “G.D.,” is shown at left in his original metal fabricating shop. Frank Schmied (center) and Griff’s son, Reese, admire the pneumatic hammer that Griff invented and patented to simplify the task of pounding metal into the desired configurations by a system of pulleys and an electric motor. (Courtesy of George D. Roberts)