At Amalga Composites, we have 2 manufacturing facilities with a combined square footage in excess of 115,000 sf. These facilities house 3, 200×40 foot overhead crane bays, 6 production lines, 3 coating/painting areas, shipping docks, and complete machining capabilities to provide customized, high volume output for both domestic and international orders.
We have a 120×20 foot temperature and humidity controlled molding area, designed specifically for composite structures in order to efficiently cure your product to the design specifications, and ensure consistent and reliable quality.
The highest quality fiberglass and carbon filaments are precisely wound at angles calculated to provide optimum stiffness and tensile strength for each application. The tubing is then machine finished to final engineering tolerances.
Amalga Composites is one of the largest filament-winding operations in the United States.
Compression-molded parts offer a strong, lightweight alternative to die-cast, stamped or other formed metal parts due to their superior:
-Corrosion Resistance –Chemical Resistance
-Heat Resistance –Fire Retardation
-Weight Profile –Weather Resistance
We are capable of manufacturing in all composite mediums
Amalga Composites has capabilities to produce tubing from ½ to 44 inch diameters and lengths to 30 feet. We’re able to accomplish this because we have 14 Winding Machines, including:
We use the Magnum Venus automated gel coat application machine to produce Black Amalgon cylinder tubing
Resin transfer molded parts offer a strong, lightweight alternative to die-cast, stamped or other formed metal parts and are the preferred alternative to open molded fiberglass processes. Fiber Reinforced Plastic molded components provide an excellent alternative to metal for:
Amalga’s doctoral-level engineering expertise provides quick and detailed assistance in getting your ideas into production quicker than metal technology.
We use state of the art processes and equipment, including:
We have everything needed to fulfill custom orders, large or small, including:
We have 10 ovens, all with 24 hour temperature controls and read-out devices with temperature indicators for Quality Assurance monitoring. These include:
At Amalga, we have complete facilities to grind, cut, and machine to exact specifications. This includes state of the art custom painting, and straightening presses to straighten mandrels and steel tubing.
Critical Production Details:
The best results are achieved using Forstner drill bits designed for composites
We can ensure that by choosing to work with us, your composites will be correctly and expertly made. Amalga has years of experience working with composites, so we know how to best deal with them!
10600 West Mitchell StreetWest Allis, WI 53214