Wire Forms

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From parts washing baskets, to special fittings and wire hooks, Marlin Steel is able to create an exceptional variety of custom wire forms from stainless steel and other materials.

Using onsite equipment such as a straight side press, Marlin Steel can flatten, swage, pierce, and coin steel wire at will to fit your wire forming needs.

Marlin Steel Issued Patent for a Wire Basket Assembly (Again)!

Marlin Steel on November 15, 2017
Innovation is the lifeblood of American manufacturing businesses—a fact that the design team at Marlin Steel takes to heart as they ...

Top 8 Materials to Use for Wire Forming Projects

Marlin Steel on November 7, 2017
There are many different materials that can be used for wire forming ...

3 Examples of Industrial Wire Products

Marlin Steel on October 31, 2017
Over the years, Marlin Steel has produced numerous custom industrial wire products for a variety of uses. From custom steel hooks for mounting other metal ...

Using Stress Analysis On a Large Component Basket

Marlin Steel on October 12, 2017
One of the biggest challenges in making any large custom metal form is dealing with how stress factors can become ...

Aluminizing: A Great Coating for Metals Used in Heat Treat Processes

Marlin Steel on August 31, 2017
Heat treatment processes place severe strain on the equipment used in them. In particular, the baskets used in heat treatment take ...

How to Use Powder Coated Wire Mesh for Your Custom Steel Wire Baskets

Marlin Steel on July 27, 2017
In many manufacturing applications, it is necessary to apply a ...

When Should Grade 1008 Low-Carbon Steel Be Used for Wire Baskets?

Marlin Steel on July 25, 2017
In many of the manufacturing applications that Marlin designs custom baskets for, stainless steel is the best material for the job. However, there ...

When to Use 1010 Grade Low Carbon Plain Steel for Custom Wire Baskets

Marlin Steel on July 20, 2017
For many of the custom wire baskets that Marlin designs for manufacturing customers, a specialized corrosion-resistant stainless steel alloy is the default. Stainless steels such as ...

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