Experience, Efficiency. Tried and True.
When Ben Lowell founded his company back in 1947, he learned the value of quality as he began building baffles for the budding A/V industry. Today JWT Metalworks is the division that focuses on developing custom sheet metal components for a variety of industries.
Our plant is located just 30 minutes southwest of St. Louis in Pacific, Mo. With in-house engineering, an array of robotics and hand managed processes, painting, printing, assembly and more — we’re able to handle projects that start at the drawing board or with production overflow.
A Closer Look at What We Do:
There’s nothing like experience when it comes to crafting metal. Our in-house engineers are well acquainted with products made from galvanized, stainless and cold rolled steel as well as aluminum. They work directly with you to draft a new design or a revision to an existing part—or you can supply the design and go straight to the production process. Either way your project receives the benefit of working with our professional metalworks team.
- Engineers with metal fabrication expertise
- Solid Works® software for precise engineering
- Engineering & Production at same location
A number of brake presses and robotics including Amada 80 ton with 6’ bed, EIN 220 ton with 10’ bed, Astro robotic 100 ton with 8’ bed, Salvagnini robotic 350 ton with 12’ bed and Salvagnini P4 panel bender with 8’ bed.
Amada Pega and Salvagnini S4’s 60” x 120” x 10GA Cap. Punch presses: Minster 200 ton with 42” x 72” bed, Amada 120 ton and Amada 80 ton.
Robotic and manual welding for components and fixtures. Machinery includes Panasonic Robotic Welder, 300A MIG, 125A TIG, 75 KVA spot welder and projection welder.
Prep & Painting
Five-stage wash (alkaline cleaner, rinse, iron phosphate coating, rinse, sealer). Nordson paint booths and guns—automated and manual. Environmentally friendly powder epoxy coatings. 40″ x 90″ opening.
X2 flatbed UV digital printer handles up to 20” x 24” — color plus highly opaque white and 2 UV LED curing systems. Comex XP5 and XP10 pad printers. In-house typesetting available.
Stations for buffing, grinding, crimping, soldering and assembly.
We rely on certified U.S. steel to ensure we begin work with top quality material.
- Cold Rolled Steel: for products that demand CRS hardness and strength, including a variety of enclosures.
- Galvanized Steel: for specialty products like Tile-bridges or mounting channels.
- Stainless Steel: for everyday items like wall plates.
- Aluminum: lightweight alternative for baffles, panels and similar components.
Division of Lowell Manufacturing
100 Integram Drive
Pacific, Missouri 63069
Phone: 855-244-4304 | 636-257-8600
Hours: 7:00am-4:00pm CST