Our Markets Include:

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Business, Regional, & Commercial Jets

Rotor Craft

Land-Based Power Generation

Semiconductors Capitol Equipment

Space Programs

Military Fixed Wing

Aero Engine

Weber also serves other industrial markets where safety-critical applications exist, requiring strong and reliable forgings.

Whether the uses are for structural or power systems to help our astronauts explore the far reaches of our galaxy, for high pressure atmospheres for wafer-chip manufacturing, or for energy infrastructure applications to help bring power to your home, Weber’s forgings provide the quality and strength to get the job done.


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AS9100D (ISO9001:2015) Certified Management System

ISO14001:2015 Certified Environmental Management System

Delegated Supplier Quality Representative for Several Major Prime Contractors

Nadcap Approvals

Measurement & Inspection – for CMM and 3DSL (GOM)

Heat Treatment – including tensile, macrostructure/grain flow, microstructure, electrical conductivity and hardness (Rockwell B) testing

Non-Destructive – for Ultrasonic & Penetrant Inspection (including Pre-penetrant etch for aluminum)


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Weber Unveils the 60,000 Ton Press

            On Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 Weber Metals and OTTO FUCHS KG unveiled our 60,000-TON forging press. An over $180 million investment, the 60,000-TON press is the world’s largest private investment in aerospace metal forging, As a result, Weber will double its employment to 800 jobs.

Weber Celebrates the Largest Press in North America

In a ground-breaking ceremony held at Weber Metals on April 16th, 2014, the OTTO FUCHS Group took the first step towards the largest single equipment investment it has made in its 104 year history.

Process Capabilities

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Open die forging / forming to create unique preform shapes for closed-die forgings and engineered hand forgings

Closed die forging to create complex forging shapes, concurrently engineered with our customers for ease of manufacture and machinability

  • – 10,000 lb drop-bottom electric furnace for solution treatment of aluminum
  • – 50,000 lb gas-fired age furnace for aluminum
  • – Two 12,000 lb salt bath age furnaces for aluminum
  • – High-temperature solution treatment and engineered cooling solutions for titanium forgings

Non-destructive testing to verify surface and internal material integrity, including:

  • – State-of-the-art fluorescent penetrant inspection lines for small and large forgings
  • – Four ultrasonic inspection tanks allowing inspection of open and closed die forgings

Secondary processing:

  • Water jet / torch cutting
  • Conventional contour cutting
  • Hand and large-scale grinding equipment to remove surface burrs and imperfections

Metallurgical testing:

  • In-house test material removal / machining
  • Macro/microstructural prep / etch / evaluation
  • Grain flow evaluation
  • In-house wet lab
  • Tensile testing

Quality Assurance

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Our quality assurance department has full-dimensional inspection capabilities, state-of-the-art coordinate measuring machines, and laser-scanning equipment that map and compare to customer models.

Inspection Equipment Accuracy
Mitutoyo / BRT-A1230 0.0005″
ATOS / GOM 0.002″

In-House Testing

Our in-house destructive testing facility offers mechanical testing, micro and macro-structural examinations (including grain flow), and chemical composition verification in accordance with the most recent industry and customer specifications.

Our Process

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Weber tailors its processes to satisfy customer requirements and is able to manage a large supply base to assist in performing these activities.

Special processing or machining may be incorporated into our process depending on customer needs.

Metallurgy & Quality

Our Metallurgists participate on various industry committees related to materials and processing such as the Aluminum Association, SAE, MMPDS, FIA & Nadcap.

They are supported by a highly-skilled group of technicians who closely monitor and control forging and heat-treating operations to assure the highest quality product is delivered.

Process & Metallurgy

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Our metallurgists come from a wide array of highly-rated universities. They provide Weber with a wide-range of skill sets that pertain to alloy development, aerospace forging practices, mechanical property and microstructural development, and simulation of residual stress, grain flow, and microstructure development.

From design concept through the manufacture of a forging, Weber Metals provides technological and process capabilities that address the full-range of forging issues and assure a consistent product.

Weber has invested millions of dollars to maintain its position as having the industry’s most sophisticated metallurgical and process capabilities, which includes our personnel, equipment, and proprietary processes.

Weber’s Aluminum Capabilities

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• Closed die forgings range up to 3,500 sq in. depending on geometry

• Cold compression stress relieve to tempers T7452, T7352, and T7454, including incremental stress relieve capabilities

• Utilizing highly advanced, digitally-controlled presses, our capabilities range from 1,500 to 33,000 tons.

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