CUTTING EDGE TECHNOLOGY
Complex Sheet Metal Fabricating
Food Grade Machining and Fabricating
Packaging, Tooling & Machinery
Machinery & Tool Manufacturers
Special Vehicle Manufacturers
Food Processing & Packaging Machinery
Mining & Earth Boring Machinery
Construction and Heavy Machinery
Tool & Die/Mold Weld Repair & Machining
A History Of Growth And Excellence
Liberty Steel Fabricating was founded in 1998 by Andrew G. Gantenbein. Initially started as a company fabricating metal parts & prototypes, today our engineers & skilled trades, along with state of the art equipment, support manufacturing within our 65,000 square foot facility and supply a variety of manufactured parts to industries throughout North America. In 2018 we re-branded to Liberty 3D Technologies due to our growing capabilities in several areas of manufacturing beyond fabricating.
In The Beginning
Liberty began in 1998 as Liberty Steel Fabricating, Inc. with owner Andy Gantenbein and one other employee.
“Basically, I had the shirt on my back,” says Gantenbein. “I had part of a 14,000 square foot building. I had no equipment except an office and a telephone. I was a broker, and as things started rolling, I began buying equipment to provide better service to my customers. At the time, I had about 15 years of experience in metalworking with a mechanical engineering background.” The business strategy of owner and founder, Andrew Gantenbein, is to embrace change, converting risk into opportunity.
Liberty 3D Technologies is among the most fully equipped and capable fabricating and machining suppliers in the Central United States.
Our Capabilities Include:
Precision machining of complex parts small as a dime and larger than a pick-up truck.
Complex sheet metal fabricating of most any alloy material.
Traditional MIG welded fabrications to 20 tons
TIG, MIcro TIG and Laser TIG welding of stainless steel, aluminum, and alloy steels
TIG weld repair of mold and stamping die steels
Assembly assistance by certified tool builders
Thermal or vibratory stress relieving
Laser “micro” welding of most alloy or tool steel
CNC Flame, Laser, and Water-jet cutting
Brake press forming
Conical roll forming
Metal polishing to food-grade finish
One-off or low run production contract matching
Various machining processes of parts from dime size to truck trailer sized
Sq Ft facility
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