Marlin Steel can make a large variety of wire forms to meet your needs, including custom S hooks, swaged pierced wire forms, and eye hooks, among others. These wire forms can be crafted from a variety of materials, including plain, stainless or galvanized steel to meet your exact performance needs. Using automated manufacturing equipment, Marlin Steel can produce consistent, reliable results.
  • Annular Ring Annular Ring
  • Annular Rings Annular Rings
  • Rounded Centered Eye Rounded Centered Eye
  • Swaged Pierced Wire Form Swaged Pierced Wire Form
  • As Cut Wire Form As Cut Wire Form
  • Carriage Head Carriage Head
  • Extrude Wire Form Extrude Wire Form
  • Flattened Flush Wire Form Flattened Flush Wire Form
  • Gimlet Roll Thread Wire Form Gimlet Roll Thread Wire Form
  • Pinch Point Wire Form Pinch Point Wire Form
  • Standard Centered Eye Standard Centered Eye
  • Standard Offset Eye Standard Offset Eye
  • Winging or Swaging Winging or Swaging
  • Ball End Wire Form Ball End Wire Form
  • Button Head Wire Form Button Head Wire Form
  • Collar Wire Form Collar Wire Form
  • Deburred Wire Form Deburred Wire Form
  • Flattened Center Wire Form Flattened Center Wire Form
  • Flattened Trimmed Wire Form Flattened Trimmed Wire Form
  • Flattened Untrimmed Wire Form Flattened Untrimmed Wire Form
  • Marlin Steel Form Marlin Steel Form
  • Grooved Wire Form Grooved Wire Form
  • Radius Wire Form Radius Wire Form
  • Special Shaped Holes Wire Form Special Shaped Holes Wire Form
  • Standard Roll Thread Wire Form Standard Roll Thread Wire Form
  • Straight Knurl Wire Form Straight Knurl Wire Form
  • Turned End Wire Form Turned End Wire Form
  • Wire forming is a term that incorporates many shapes, textures and dimensions. The forms are engineered in two or three dimensions and commonly generated from metal wire and sometimes from tube. Typically, the raw stock for wire forms is fed off of a coil that can weigh as much 5,000 pounds (2,300 kg) or as little as five pounds (2.3 kg). In some cases, the raw material commences production in blank forms that are fed from a hopper.

    A wire form may be defined as any length of wire that has had some force applied to it that changes the shape of the wire. Wire can be round, flat, hexagonal, square, oval, triangular, elliptical or D-shaped, just to name a few. Wire can be made of low-carbon steel, medium- carbon and high-carbon steel. It can also be made of stainless, aluminum, copper, brass and an assortment of other alloyed materials.

    Learn more about wire forms and metal alloys on our FAQ page.

    Custom wire forming is a specialty of Marlin Steel Wire Products. We design and engineer thousands of custom wire products in stainless, galvanized, and plain steel each week.

    If you have any questions or would like to send a print, contact us or fax it to 410-644-7457.