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METAL SUPPORTS
  • Brackets and Support

  • Rustic Supports

  • HOOKS & RACKS
  • Coat Rack & Storage

  • The Fairmount Style Coat Rack Coat Rack    | Industrial Farm Co
  • METAL ACCENTS
  • SHOP DECORATIVE LADDERS

  • The Louie Door Handle Door Handle/ Pull Clear Coat Flat Push Plate No Flat Pushplate | Industrial Farm Co
  • DECOR
  • Gold Cast Iron Bee Dish

  • Mediterranean Farmhouse Brass

  • Rattan Display Box with Glass Lid

  • Weekend Soy Candle Amber Jar

  • Braided Seagrass Framed

  • INTERIOR & OUTDOORS
  • Modern Tufted Throw Blanket

  • Acres Farmhouse Storage Caddy

  • The Henrietta Double Hooks

  • Hand Carved Mango Wood Tray

  • The Jane J Style Shelf Brackets

  • How We Make Our Custom Pieces At Industrial Farmhouse Co.

    Industrial Co Farmhouse 

    Here are some steps we take in creating our products.

    1. We use raw steel that we buy in 20-foot lengths from local mills in Utica, New York.

    We purchase the same grade of hot-rolled steel every time but, each batch can vary in color and scale and contain other visible imperfections which, does not mean that the steel is bad. It just has more character, making each piece unique and one of a kind.

    2. Each order is customized.

    We cut the steel to the needed lengths on our industrial saw based on the ordered size. We then deburr the cut piece to smooth all of the edges.

    3. Details are added to each piece.

    Tyler drilled holes into the steel pieces before they are bent for each piece, depending on the type of product.

    4. The steel is then marked, drilled, and bent.

    Each piece is bent in our industrial-sized press brake. 

    5. Support bars being welded to the brackets.

    Support bars being welded to the brackets | Industrial Co Farmhouse

     

    If the brackets/corbels have a support bar, they are sent to the welding station to be welded together.

    6. Finish every item as per order.

    From there, the next step depends on the finish requested from the client. If the client chooses for their pieces to be sent to them raw, which means the product has no finish added, then the products will be placed in the shipping area. It is then wiped down with a scotch Brite pad to remove any visible oxidation and packed to ship.

    But if the product is requested to have a powder finish, the product is sent to the powder coating station. This is where the products are sprayed with powder and cured. The pieces are then hung to cool before they are sent to the shipping station and packed to ship.  

    We are so happy to share with you how our products are made in more detail. We are always elated to share the finished product with our clients, and we are so excited to share with those who are interested in the behind-the-scenes steps to getting those products to our amazing clients. 

    Thank you so much for your continued support!

    How We Make Our Custom Pieces At Industrial Farmhouse Co.

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