|David Jacks (hired 1995) shears 26-gauge strips on our
first machine, as the neighboring second shear is loaded for its next job.
1 CNC Accurpress brake, ¼ inch x 20 feet
|LEFT TO RIGHT: Antonio Morales (hired May, 2000) &
Ramiro Ramirez (1989) operate our 20-foot-long CNC Accurpress, as Raphael Brambila (1996) loads a forklift and
prepares to bring previously sheared pieces to be formed in this brake.
|We're proud to show off our ability to bend metal pieces
up to 20-foot lengths. LEFT TO RIGHT: Rafael Brambila, Aldo Lopez, Ramiro Ramirez, Antonio Morales, Jesus Guzman,
Martin Brambila, Angel Cruz, Randy Grant, Martin Montero, Adrian Huerta, & Joel Cruz.
2 CNC Cincinnati brakes, 3/8 inch x 12 feet
|FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: Martin Brambila (1985) & Martin
Montero (1997) program the CNC controls of one of our 12-foot brakes, the second machine visible to the right.
|Left to Right: Adrian Huerta (1997) & Angel Cruz
(1999) at the press-brake, executing the previously entered program.
1 Cincinnati brake, ¼ inch x 10 feet
|Left to right: Joel Cruz (1983) & Raphael Brambila
manufacture many of our standard 10-foot residential roof flashings. Note the excellent repeatability of the completed
stacks & our vast warehousing of similar products in the background.
|Right to Left: Oneto's father and son team of Jesus
Guzman (1980) & Jose Guzman (1997) form precision pieces in one CNC RAS. Our second CNC RAS is visible to the
|Raymond programs the CNC panel of one RAS folder before
executing a job.
|Jose Anselmo Huerta (1981) demonstrates the precision
punching capabilities of the W.A. Whitney.
- Blue Line: 8 stands, 1 3/8" arbors, 7200 ft/min,
10 sizes of shingle-nosing
- Green Line: 7 stands, 1 3/8" arbors, 7200 ft/min,
2 sizes of z-bar.
|Rudolfo Cruz (1994) manufactures shingle nosing on our
blue roll-forming line.
|Oneto Metal Products Corp. proudly shows a typical bundle
of roll-formed product. Observe the neat nesting of these products; we manufacture roll-formed products of the
highest quality at reasonable prices.
- Iron worker
A 65-ton iron worker