CNC Machining

We continually invest in the most cutting-edge precision-guided CNC machining equipment.

Our facility boasts 3 milling centers with bed sizes up to 25 x 50″. All are interfaced with our CAD off/line programming. Two machines are fourth axis capable.

In addition, we have 2 turning centers. that are interfaced with CAD off/line programming. Our Haas ST 25 is equipped with a bar feeder with 3 inch bar capacity and 31 inches of swing.

If your prototype or short run production requires world-class machining work, look no further than Motorcity metal fab!

Contact us today at (734) 345-1001 or email us at to learn more about CNC machining services.

Water Jet Cutting

Our Maxiem 1530 Jet Machining Center from Omax Corp. can cut virtually any material, from steel to plastic, concrete and glass, The machine features a bridge-type linear-motion system with a 10 by 5-ft.X-Y-axis cutting area and a software-controlled A-Jet multi-axis cutting head.

The machine’s programmable motorized Z axis, with 12 in. of travel, permits machining of single sheets or stacks of work pieces to nearly 1 ft. thick. Linear encoders provide 1-micron-resolution feedback to the motor-control system.

Contact us today at (734) 345-1001 or email us at to learn more about our waterjet services.

Laser Cutting

Our state-of-the-art laser cutting division, includes a 3 axis 4000-watt fiber laser, we cut several materials other companies won’t – including copper, aluminum, brass and stainless steel.

We also cut high-strength and low carbon steel, galvanized steel, stainless steel and other materials.

Our laser cutting equipment includes:

2018 Trumpf 2030 fiber laser, with two 5 x 10-foot pallet changing tables

Specialty Welding

When it comes to welding, there is no substitute for quality and experience.
Either as a standalone job or the component of a larger project, MCMF provides a range of welding services, that include TIG and MIG welding of Steel, Aluminum, Titanium and other ferrous and non-ferrous metals.

Our welding equipment includes:

  • 1 – Miller Dynasty 350
  • 2 – Miller Dynasty 280
  • 5 – Miller Syncrowave 200
  • 3 – Miller 212 MiG Welders

Contact us today at (734) 345-1001 or email us at to learn more about our welding services.

Metal Forming & Sheet Metal Prototypes

At MCMF we excel in sheet metal prototype parts of all kinds. We can produce our own tooling in our CNC machining department and laser and water jet cut in- house with our laser and water jet.

Our CNC press brakes ranging from 60 to 175 tons give us the capabilities to produce the most challenging prototype.

To complete the project we can grind, weld, and assemble your prototype, under the careful supervision of our team of experts as well as value added finishing options including powder coating

We can even perform fast turnarounds if your project requires it. Contact us today, (734) 345-1001, or email us at to hear more about our sheet metal prototyping service.

Powder Coating

Powder coating is a high-quality finish for metal. Solvent-free dry powder is applied with a spray gun, which adds an electrostatic charge to the powder, causing it to adhere to the metal object.

Once covered, the object is cured in a high-temperature oven, creating a uniform film. In short, powder coating will not drip, sag, or run. It is resistant to breakdown and degradation and is the best value over the life of your product.

With our large capacity booths and ovens, we can handle just any powder coating job; big or small.

Media Blasting

At MCMF We have a large capacity Media blasting room, weather you need surface preparation or restoration, rust abatement or paint removal we can handle your biggest project.

Abrasive blasting is the operation of forcibly propelling a stream of abrasive material against a surface under high pressure to smooth a rough surface, roughen a smooth surface, shape a surface, or remove surface contaminants. A pressurized fluid, typically compressed air, or a centrifugal wheel is used to propel the blasting material (often called the media).

There are several variants of the process, using various media; some are highly abrasive, whereas others are milder. The most abrasive are shot blasting (with metal shot) and sandblasting (with sand). Moderately abrasive variants include glass bead blasting (with glass beads) and media blasting with ground-up plastic stock or walnut shells and corncobs. We can handle any type of blasting.