E.H. Schwab (EHS) is Pennsylvania's largest privately held manufacturing business specializing in precision metal spinning and forming. For more than 80 years we've offer complete custom solutions from design through prototype and full production. We manufacture many different shapes for a wide range of industries using various metals, including aluminum, steel, stainless, copper, brass, exotics, and others.
EHS has a comprehensive and flexible manufacturing facility, including CNC and hand metal spinning equipment, and a full range of secondary operations. We continue to invest in our operations to maintain state-of-the-art equipment and just completed a plant expansion in late 2011. Also in 2011, we acquired a 6' Faro Arm 3D laser scanning technology to facilitate tighter quality control.
We are dedicated to providing our customers with the lowest cost, highest quality parts. We have strong technical knowledge, state-of-the-art equipment, and skilled craftsman that provide the foundation for these efforts. Our design expertise often results in lower cost parts for our customers. That's why our customer retention rates are high.
Quality is ingrained in our culture. We're committed to getting it right the first time. Consequently, our average returns are less than 1/10th of 1%.
We welcome the opportunity to earn your business.
Steel, Oil & Gas, Nuclear Power, Defense, Power Transmission, HVAC, Transportation, Agricultural and Medical to name a few. Each industry provides a unique set of challenges, which results in us being able to handle the most difficult designs and stringent specifications regardless of the industry.
We’ve manufactured many thousands of different designs in broad range of materials. It’s likely we’ve even manufactured a part with features similar to what you require. See our Product Photo Gallery to view a small sampling of these products.
We manufacture parts from spinning Aluminum, Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Brass and exotics such as Inconel, Monel, Titanium, and Silver. Each material is unique in its characteristics and can have a major impact on part geometry, tooling design and price. Understanding these nuances is critical to ultimately manufacture and deliver a high-quality, cost-competitive finished part.