Continental Industries (www.continental-ind.com), a full-service, precision sheet metal fabricator with more than 30 years of manufacturing experience in Orange County, California, is recognized as one of the county’s fastest growing companies by revenue for the last five years.
Continental Industries provides world-class design, prototyping, engineering, and fabrication through a range of quality processes, including laser cutting, turret punching, bending and press brake, welding, CNC machining, prototype and production, value engineering, design for manufacturing, and KanBan/JIT, according to the company website.
“We build partnerships one part at a time,” the site said, including, “Partnering with your engineers,” “Partnering with your purchasing,” “Partnering with your manufacturing,” and “Partnering with your business.”
The 25,000-square-foot Continental Industries facility in Anaheim, California, offers new product design/prototyping, as well as supply chain management, serving a range of industries, including aerospace, data communications, defense, medical, automotive and lighting.
“Using our advanced engineering software and SolidWorks 3D modeling/design suites, our team of experienced engineers can take your concepts and develop them into fully realized products. Our software’s unfold features can automatically analyze, process, convert and save an unlimited number of 3D models,” the website said. “Any potential manufacturing problems are corrected & addressed in the design stage, prior to production, which saves time and money.”
Continental Industry’s extensive punching capability with multiple turret punch presses equipped with robotic load/unload systems for “light’s Out” operations for full service sheet metal fabrication contributes to its goal of saving time and money. Its intelligent, interactive and integrated state of the art bending capacity includes multiple 7 & 8 axis press brakes, off line programming, and PC based touch screen controls. Continental Industry’s FabriVISION Laser can reverse engineer 2D flat parts. It performs first article inspections, in process inspection, and it generates a variety of SPC reports that can be emailed directly to customers.
“Continental Industries sets itself apart from competitors by offering value-added services to your project such as new product design, prototyping, value engineering and, design for manufacturing,” the website said. “Our design & manufacturing engineers work with our customers to address their specific needs during the concept phase and afterwards and also take part in on-site visits and/or phone meetings. These visits are critical in learning the intricacies of your product & offering potential design changes that could reduce the cost of producing your product & avoid potential tolerance issues in the future.”