Are you wondering if Roy Manufacturing is the right partner for your next project? We are excited to get to know you and learn how we can help! Understandably, you may have many questions about Roy Manufacturing and our products and services.
We hope these Roy Manufacturing FAQs cover many of your questions. However, we also invite you to contact us via phone or email for additional inquiries and more information.
Roy Manufacturing specializes in precision machining, fabrication, and assembly services for a wide variety of industries. We work with various materials, including Stainless Steel, Aluminum, Mild Steel, Brass, Carbon Steel, Copper, Galvanized, Medium-Density Fibreboard (MDF), Silicon Bronze, Bronze, Plastic/Rubber, Titanium, COR-TEN®, and Acrylic. Learn more about some of the projects we've completed for our clients here.
Roy Manufacturing is located in Portland, Oregon, at 3113 N Mississippi Avenue. We serve customers throughout North America and even in Europe.
We know time is of the essence. Our company has a highly skilled and long-serving team of employees providing excellent customer service with same-day quotes. If your project is time sensitive, please get in touch with us, and we'll be able to determine how long your project may take to fulfill accurately.
You can expect delivery within 5-7 business days from receipt of your order. If you have a time-sensitive project, contact us, and we can give you a more accurate estimate.
Yes, Roy Manufacturing has the expertise and equipment to handle custom perforation projects tailored to your specific needs. When you tell us about your project, we will work with you to understand your project and budget and discuss possible solutions for your plans. We can share more information about our previous projects and provide you with a quote to complete your project.
Perforated metals are sheets or metal coils that have been carefully punctured or stamped with holes, slots, or other patterns to create a desired effect. These materials are used in various industries for applications such as Art/Decor, Architectural and Decorative Screens, Sorting Screens and Filters, Infill and Privacy Panels, Custom Perforation/Grating, Staircase Risers and Grills, Fish Screens, Gates and Fences, Sunscreens, Stamped Parts, and Dimpled Cooling Jackets purposes.
These holes can be of various shapes, sizes, and configurations, allowing the metal to have a porous surface. At Roy Manufacturing, we can produce: Round Perforations, Slotted Perforations, Square Perforations, Custom Perforations and Hexagonal Perforations. If you can dream it, we can create it. Contact us today to learn how we can help realize your project.
OEM designers and architects choose perforated metals because they offer a unique combination of aesthetic appeal, functionality, and versatility. The holes in perforated metals provide opportunities for creative design while also serving practical purposes such as airflow, light diffusion, sound absorption, and visibility.
Perforated metals offer several advantages in industrial design and architecture. Some key benefits include:
Here are a few examples of how perforated metals can solve design problems:
Roy Manufacturing’s perforated materials are used for various industries such as Designers, Artists, General Contractors, Fabricators, Architects, Business Operators, Retails, Non-Profits, General Manufacturers, Original Equipment Manufacturer (OEM)s, Food Processors, Minings, Forestrys, Governments and Grain Millers. Learn more about some of the projects Roy Manufacturing has completed for its clients here.
Roy Manufacturing operates out of four buildings with a host of pre-production and post-production equipment, including TRUMPF 2030 Fiber Laser, TRUMPF 3030 Fiber Laser, Accushear 12' x 1/4" Metal Shear, Amada Coma 588 Turret Punch Press, LAGUNA 38" Timesaver & Polisher, CM1690 Resail CO2 Engraving Laser, CM1690 Resail CO2 Etching Laser, OMAX 60120 Waterjet, Amada Coma 567 Turret Punch Press, Amada RG-50 Press Break, and Amada Octo 334 Turret Punch Press.
No, but the setup and processing time for a single part will most likely be higher compared to producing multiple parts at once, which can affect the cost.
Yes, to both. Our decades of experience have made us more accurately aware of commonly used materials and patterns in the industries we serve. To provide our customers with those materials and keep lead times as low as possible, we stock certain products. Please contact us for more information.
Note: If one of the above is not known or is not critical to your project, just let us know, and we will be happy to make a recommendation. Also, any drawings or plans of the project are beneficial for understanding your needs.
It depends. For holes under 3/8" in diameter, the industry standard is 40%. If we cannot achieve your desired open area, we are happy to make a recommendation using our years of experience to find the perfect solution for your project.
Yes, we can offer samples. We first like to have a conversation directly with the customer about the specifics of the project to make sure we are providing you with something that will be of the most benefit to you and your project.
With various factors like material type, quantity, and perforation type, the price range varies from job to job. That said, we are always happy to speak to anyone looking to work with us and always factor in the budget when determining how to work with a potential customer.