MIG’s stamping operation is located in Athens, Tennessee. This facility is in proximity of most of the southern and east southern automotive OEM’s and tier one suppliers. Our two facilities total over 50,000 square feet of floor space. Our 1,400 employees average 20 years of stamping experience. We provide products to customers across the country and throughout the world. Our stampings and assemblies support end-item customers including Kia, Toyota, Honda, Ford, Nissan, Chrysler, and GM.
Depth x Feed
|Shut Height||Max SPM||Description|
|1||1100 ton (1101)||1100||96 x 288||32 - 46||30||Fagor 1100 ton (2001)|
|2||1100 ton (1102)||1100||96 x 288||32 - 46||30||Fagor 1100 ton (2001)|
|3||880 ton||880||86.5 x 180||32 - 47||30||Fagor 880 ton (2001)|
|4||4405||400||72 x 144||14 - 32||30||Verson 400 ton(1971)|
|5||4004||400||60 x 108||19 - 33||30||Niagara 400 ton(1977)|
|6||4005||400||72 x 144||14 - 32||30||Niagara 400 ton(1977)|
|7||4000||800||60 x 120||20 - 30||30||Bliss 800 ton (1977)|
|8||4001||400||60 x 108||19 - 33||30||Niagara 400 ton (1977)|
|9||4247||300||60 x 96||24 - 30||30||Verson 300 ton (1980)|
|10||4392||400||72 x 120||14 - 29||30||Verson 400 ton(1971)|
|11||4404||400||72 x 120||14 - 29||30||Verson 400 ton(1971)|
|12||4450||400||48 x 96||14 - 24||40||Blow 400 ton (2001)|
|13||5247||1000||108 x 72||24 - 38||40||Danly 1000 ton(1984)|
|14||5250||250||36 x 120||18 - 24||49||Minster 250 Ton (1966)|
|15||3480||600||60 x 144||32||40||Blow 600 Ton (1999)|
|16||6526||440||59 x 118||18.7-24.6||80||Komatsu 400 Ton (2009)|
|17||6527||400||45 x 96||22.2-28.1||60||Komatsu 400 Ton (2009)|
The use of automated pallet lines for processes such as spinning on these tracks allows MIG to produce high quality manual and power seat tracks and locking mechanisms efficiently and with repeatable performance.
MIG uses the latest technology available. MIG has shifted a larger portion of business from manual operations to automated processes making products cheaper and faster.Robotic Welding
MIG purchased the Modern Industries division in 2008 and formed the MIG Wire and Tube, LLC. MIG has a track-record of providing excellent service and quality to our customers. Their expressions of satisfaction and encouragement are numerous, and we intend to continue our advances and growth in the welded assemblies, wire form, spring and tubular products marketplace. Our accomplishments have allowed us to sustain an aggressive growth rate in recent history and with the help of our outstanding work force and our commitment to continuous improvement we expect to maintain growth well into the future.
MIG utilizes light tonnage presses to form Teflon coated bushings in holes, join press fit metal components together, stake rivets, punch holes and create forms in metal components.
148 light presses, stakers, clinch presses and joining machines.
Mechanical alternative for affixing brackets to tubular forms with excellent rotational strength and a high degree of dimensional accuracy.
Bead compression of a tube with a finger lock, welding link to the tube.
MIG delivers more than 9.4 million fine blank components per year. Current PPM rating is 5.2. MIG has the capability to produce the various components to its recliner assemblies. This give us total control of the critical characteristic specifications of our gears
We operate using three linear broaching machines. Each machine is cutting teeth in stampings .The stamping one is used in automotive sectors and paw seat recliners. Each broach is sharpened in-house or sent for wipeout, and new cutters machined in. Set-ups range from three to eight parts per cycle and gaging to customer requirements.
We use two Roll Forming machines. One is a 12 stand Yoder forming carriage assemblies used in automotive seat tracks for horizontal forward and rearward movement. The other is a 21 stand Yoder forming automotive sun visor extension channels. Channels are formed in different lengths to customer specification.