The satisfaction of our customers, employees and vendors is what has driven our success for nearly 50 years as a metal stamping and tool and die company. Family-owned, we deliver our full suite of services with a personal touch because we realize that flexibility, understanding and partnership are just as important as expertise when providing any of our services.
Our extensive expertise has exceeded customer expectations and built strong relationships across a number of industries. Whether you’re in food processing and need high-quality food-grade stainless steel stamped components or a designer of drain-cleaning equipment who needs a complex accessory to relieve a clogged drain—we’ve got you covered.
High-quality in-house prototyping saves you money in the long run and greatly shortens product development. We understand that creating realistic prototypes drives everything else, and we combine our years of knowledge with state-of-the-art equipment to skillfully do it under our roof.
We can stamp, deep-draw and form the most custom, complex parts and work with your team to develop a cost-effective program that ensures your project stays on schedule and within budget. All of our tooling is designed and built in-house by expert journeyman tool and die makers.
At Westlake Tool & Die, our customers come first. We’re the metal parts manufacturer that will partner with you to ensure your products get to market faster and at an optimal cost. From in-house prototyping, tool and die building and metal stamping to robotic welding, assembly and delivery, each of our many in-house capabilities is carried out with your needs at the forefront. This is why we have decades-long business relationships—our service-oriented point of view creates unique, fast and comprehensive solutions for each and every customer.
We’ve been exceeding the expectations of tool and die customers since 1968, and we’re proud of each success story. Here is a testimonial that helps explain our deep customer loyalty.
“Westlake has become our go-to shop, not only for complex production parts, but also detailed prototypes. Over the past years, we have been extremely satisfied with their capabilities to produce custom parts for us. But more recently, they have really come to the forefront in delivering high-quality, working prototype parts for us. We typically send them a drawing of our newly designed components, and they provide us with some valuable design suggestions that improve the manufacturability of those parts and lower production costs. The end result is a more refined part earlier in the overall process that fully retains all of the functional attributes needed for testing and fit. We save time and money on potentially unnecessary design iterations, and our engineers continue to gain knowledge from the feedback provided from Westlake’s experienced staff, all while getting better, less costly components for our production needs.”