Choose JMP for hydroforming.
Our proprietary metal forming
technology provides a better finish,
reduces costs, cost effective for product
development and it helps you achieve
Precision deep drawn metal stamping.
We offer both short run and production
run metal stamping services. Find out
more about our superior product
finishes, high-tolerance parts and
flexible start-up costs.
The heat treating experts.
JMP offers aluminum heat treating and vacuum heat treating of sheets, plates, parts, forgings, and more, meeting the stringent demands of our aerospace and commercial customers.
Welcome to Jones Metal Products
Hydroforming | Deep Draw Stamping | Vacuum Heat Treating
Since 1923, Jones Metal has emerged a leader in the hydroforming and metal stamping industry. With over 200,000 square feet of manufacturing space and 11 presses, we are able to handle large volume jobs as well as short-run prototyping. We’ve earned a reputation as the best source for complex, technical parts and high-surface finishes. We are A Woman Owned Business with AS9100B:2004 with ISO 9001:2000 (Without Design) certified processes. Whether your application calls for hydroforming, deep draw hydroforming, Cincinnati Hydroforming, Aluminum Heat Treating, or Vacuum Heat Treating, we have the experience and equipment to take your idea from the drawing board to production.
How may we help? 740-545-6381
Jones Metal Products Company • 200 N. Center Street • West Lafayette, OH 43845
740-545-6381 • Fax: 740-545-9690
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