Production Tube Fabrication

Noble Industries, Inc. strives to lead the industry in innovative metal fabrication by implementing state-of-the-art technology and adhering to a principle that total customer satisfaction is our highest priority.

In every area of our operations, we strive to back up that statement! At Noble Industries, we understand that customers frequently require pipe and tube fabrication along with their sheet metal parts or assemblies. Cutting and deburring, bending, notching, slotting, piercing, drilling, welding or using other techniques for assemblies and powder coating are common metal tube fabrication needs. As for the material used, we have carbon steel tube and pipe fabrication along with aluminum tube fabrication customers and those who need stainless steel tube fabrication. Whatever your needs are, we can handle it!  We process 5 tons of tube per week making our tube capabilities amoung the best in the Midwest!  We can cut it, bend it, notch it and complete welded assemblies of tube products.  

Our typical size tube is between 1/2 inch O.D. to  3 inches O.D.  We handle round, square & retangular tube.  The wall thickness can range between 24 gauge to 10 gauge.

What is the difference between tube & pipe material?  Great question!  Tube fabrication material is straight forward.  Tube is usually used for store fixtures or structures where you want the measurement to be on the outside.  Tube is defined and measured by the OD or outside diameter.  The strength of the tube or pipe is defined by the wall thickness.  Tube bending and forming is most consistent than pipe because the OD tolerance is more consistent and that is how a bending is set-up, to the outside dimensions of the tube or pipe.  Pipe manufacturers make sure that the ID is the most consistent feature of pipe because fliuds or other objects are normally inside.  

Our Dutch Saw High speed CNC Tube Processing system with inline deburring can handle large production tubular material starting from a stock length of up to 24' (288") inches and according to the following chart:

Shape Min. Max.
1/2" 3 1/2"
1/2" x 1/2" 3" x 3"
1/2" x 3/8" 2 3/4" x 3 1/2"
  2 3/4"

We also have band saw and miter saw capabilities.

Tube and pipe fabricating and forming is the process of adding operations, such as cutting, piercing, and forming to raw tube and pipe material to meet part specifications. Once you have the length of tube or pipe needed then we can move the material to any of the following areas for you secondary tube fabrication operations.

Equipment List for Metal Tube Fabrication

  • Mazak Lasers
  • 3D Mazak SpaceGear laser
  • SOCO CNC Tube Bender with 360 degree rotating mandrel
  • Amada Press Brake
  • Amada Corner Notcher
  • Autosert Programmable Hardware Insertion Press
  • Rondo Tube or Angle Rolls
  • 60 Bliss OBI Press
  • Production Drill Press
  • MIG, TIG or Robotic Welding
  • Powder Coating

Noble Industries: Professionalism and Flawless Execution

At Noble Industries we aim to handle all metal fabrication jobs with the most professional and flawless manner possible. This allows our customers the freedom to focus on their core competencies, fostering customer growth without the restriction of manufacturing constraints and large capital investment. You can count on us to deliver fabricated sheet metal products when you need them, how you need them.

Contact a knowledgeable Noble Industries professional at 800-466-1926 and let us know how we can meet your design, custom metal fabrication, powder coating and fulfillment needs.

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Superior Laser Cutting with 7 Lasers and Mazak FMS System

Noble Industries has the best laser cutting capabilities in the Midwest.  We have 5 Mazak 4000 watt laser cutting machines and 1 Mazak 2500 Watt laser & 1 Mazak 1000 laser.  We have the ability to do 3D cutting which can be used for countersinking holes or cutting tube.  Call us to today for laser cutting services.  We can also form your parts, provide welded assemblies and powder coat.  Noble Industries is your 1st choice in all things metal fabrication

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