Complete sourcing and quality control of machined parts for manufacturers.
Supply Source Options provides a range of manufacturing and sourcing services from metal casting and stamping to CNC lathe and machining. Other manufacturers leverage our expertise with a variety of metals including aluminum, steel, stainless steel, and iron.
Our ISO 9001:2015 certified manufacturing facility and expert team ensures your parts are made to exact industry specifications, and in accordance with your schedule. We proudly deliver high quality product at low costs and in the most efficient manner possible!
With roots in smart logistics and warehousing services, we will work closely with you to maximize efficiency across the entire production process with custom logistical package that gives you complete visibility to your product, from manufacturing to on-time customer delivery.
Our services are tailored to your needs, no matter how unique your requirements!
Rely on S2O to to manufacture or source top-quality, machined metal parts for production excellence! With a combination of in-house manufacturing and a vast network of suppliers, we can deliver the right parts at the right time utilizing our logistics expertise.
Metal casting requires a great deal of critical thinking and problem solving skills along with a thorough understanding of the materials, equipment and process, and S2O delivers!
Supply Source Options utilizes a range of casting techniques to mold various metals into finished parts. Our main casting and stamping equipment includes:
Our foundries have decades of experience in various aluminum die casting techniques.
Choose aluminum for machined parts when you need lightweight, low cost, corrosion resistant, ductile, recyclable metal that’s also a great electrical conductor.
High-Pressure Aluminum Casting
This process offers high levels of productivity and creates a finished good that is extremely durable and cost effective. Our machines produce complex designs at the highest level of accuracy. Zinc can also be used in this process, and has many of the same properties as aluminum.
Low-Pressure Aluminum Casting
Low pressure die casting allows for a more clean and controlled process but is a bit slower than high pressure casting.
It is ideal for smaller quantities of precision parts.
Supply Source Options’ gravity casting machines have rapid production rates, with greater dimensional accuracy, and smooth cast surfaces.
Our foundries also offer investment casting which is ideal for stainless steel, carbon steel, and other steel alloy.
Investment casting has great dimensional accuracy, as well as the capability to produce intricate designs with a high-quality finished surface.
Our investment casting process uses extremely detailed wax patterns to construct a mold for the finished part. Once the investment is ready, it’s filled with molten steel. After the steel has hardened into it’s final form, the wax is removed revealing your finished good.
This process provides great dimensional accuracy, accommodates highly intricate designs, and delivers a high-quality surface finish.
Our iron foundries accommodate two different types of iron: ductile cast iron and grey cast iron.
The main difference in these two irons is their graphite formation.
Ductile cast iron contains magnesium which causes the graphite to form into nodules (sphere-like shape), allowing it to be more flexible and impact resistant.
Graphite within grey cast iron forms flakes which allows it to be machined easily, and also provides good vibration damping.
The stamping machines employed by Supply Source Options offer several in-line processes to cut down on costly secondary and assembly operations.
Supply Source Options takes the time to analyze your part to determine the most efficient and cost-effective method for production.
When the casting process hits limitations, CNC (computer numerical controlled) machining and secondary operations can be employed to achieve the final shape of even the most intricate parts.
Our factory can also handle a variety of secondary operations such as milling, drilling, grinding, punching, and notching. To keep labor costs low for our customers, we try to accomplish these operations during the casting process or through CNC machining whenever possible.
Our manufacturing facility holds several CNC lathes including both vertical and horizontal machining centers. Our expert operators understand the best programming techniques for cutting away metal, and can employ several different tools in the same run.
In the midst of our CNC machining operations is an automatic CMM (coordinate measuring machine) which allows machinists to swiftly measure the machine tool setups and quality of parts as they go.
Our team of professionals and specialists can take your complex drawing and return a finished good in a timely manner with every detail in full accuracy.
Main Machining Equipment
Let us take care of the rest!
The final touches can make or break a machined product. Even if your part has superior design and functionality, it can flounder without the proper finish.
Our competent staff provides testing, finishing and assembly services to make sure your parts arrive at their destination in pristine condition.
Our facility uses high-tech testing equipment and processes to ensure your parts pass any industry requirements or additional specifications before shipping.
Call us to talk about the challenges you face, and we’ll do our best to find solutions that create win-win situations!
Our ISO 9001:2008 certified facility provides assembly services specific to your needs.
Our assembly team employs the highest level of efficiency and care possible to deliver excellence every time.
We can also provide kitting and quality control services, but you’ll really experience the best of S2O with our turnkey contract manufacturing services!
Finishing is the fun part. Whether you want a shiny polished metal look, more of a matte or brushed finish, or whatever hue you can think of, our finishing team will match it.
Following are a few of the post-process surface finishes we provide:
Inspection & Quality Control
Most of the industries we work with require rigorous inspection and testing of parts before they can be shipped. Our team knows these requirements well, and has the tools needed to make sure your parts are completely devoid of defects. Parts leave our facility clean and precise.
Some of the inspection tools we use are: