A leader in progressive stamping, wire forms, and assemblies
Marion Manufacturing is a leader in Progressive Die Stamping and also now offers CNC Machining. Established in 1946, Marion Manufacturing combines cutting-edge stamping and machining performance with value-added engineering consultation. Manufacturing all components in the USA at its Cheshire, CT plant, Marion creates simple to intricate parts through a forward-thinking approach that embraces new trends and technologies. By welcoming innovation, the company has reduced manufacturing costs, supported ecological green initiatives, and been recognized as a respected advocate for strengthening U.S manufacturing through employment diversity. (See article in The Hartford Business Journal.)
Marion’s production capabilities range from low-volume highly specialized custom components to high-volume commodity parts including four-slide stampings, wire forms, progressive eyelets, and assemblies.
Engineering & tooling
Marion’s in-house engineering group uses the latest 3D design software to develop tooling that is easy and efficient to maintain. The advantages of this in-house tooling control include maintained peak performance with optimum precision, continued readiness, and less downtime.
Marion’s engineering group can also partner with a customer’s research and design department to assist with the development of original parts for new applications— or improve existing applications and specifications to improve cost efficiency. Whether working independently or collaboratively, Marion’s engineering group ensures every specified part moves seamlessly and proficiently from prototyping and designing to precision progressive tooling for production.
Marion services the aerospace, automotive, computer, connector, defense, electronics, hardware, firearms, food processing, medical, plumbing, power generation, semiconductor, superconductor, telecommunications, and wind energy and wind solar industries.
- CNC Machining: 16″x12″x10″
- Stamping: 0-100 Tons
- Material Thickness: .005″ – .25″
- Material Width: .04″ – 12″
- Flatness Tolerance: .003″
- Brass & Bronze
- Carbon & Tool Steel
- Copper, Beryllium Copper & Copper Alloys
- Nickel & Nickel Alloys
- Plastics & Phenolics
- Stainless Steel
- Alloys of Steel
- Progressive Die Stamping
- Fourslides & Vertislides
- CNC Machining
- Prototype, Specialty, Shortrun Dept.
- Mandrel/Side Piercing
- Full Assembly
- Specialized Packaging
In-House Finishing Operations Grinding
- Heat Treating
- Milling & Turning
- Anodizing, Bright Dipping
- Centerless Grinding
- Cleaning, Deburring
- Electro & Electroless Plating
- Oxides & Phosphates
- Passivate, Hard Coat
- Reel to Reel Plating
& TOOL MAKING
- Maintaining & Rebuilding Equipment
- Tooling Building to Customer Spec.
- CNC Machining
- Wire EDM
- Power Generation
- Computer & Connector
- Defense & Firearms
“MARN opened doors...
to business opportunities, we would have not been aware of. Marnee knew exactly what industries to target on our behalf to secure projects that fit our capabilities ... I'm currently looking for more rep firms like MARN."
—Ken Pietrzycki | Director of Sales | Laszeray Technology, LLC
“In the short time…
that Marnee has represented Marion, she has proven herself to be more than just a sales rep. She is a team builder – bringing a wealth of experience, services, and outside-the-box thinking to the table. Her energy and enthusiasm have been instrumental in re-engaging our New England customer base as well as engaging new customers in new markets.”
—Douglas Johnson | President, Marion Manufacturing
“Onshoring our products...
is a big decision, but Marnee is with us every step of the way - helping us determine how we might migrate to US suppliers to improve parts quality and delivery times without disrupting our inventory demands.”
Joshua B | Director of Product Development
“Quality, working parts…
are getting to the customer in a timeframe that used to be impossible – and all from the comfort of our own homes! The price point of a relatively large quantity MJF 3D printed parts has been a game-changer; we’re really enjoying the leverage that this technology is giving us!”
Scott C | Sustaining Engineer
“Marnee’s done the research...
vetting every supplier she represents to ensure they produce consistent quality, can handle volume demands, and are fiscally stable. She really understands manufacturing.”
Doreen C | Supply Chain Manager