Next month we will be exhibiting at Amcon’s Design and Manufacturing Expo September 10th and 11th in Rochester NY. To pre-register please click here.
Nine Western New York men will be ordained as permanent deacons in the Catholic Church on Saturday, June 15, 2013. A mass will be held beginning at 10:00 AM at St. Joseph Cathedral, 50 Franklin Street, Buffalo. Bishop Richard J. Malone will preside at the installation, where the men will join more than 120 deacons in the Diocese of Buffalo. The public is welcome to attend. Thomas Friedman, Quality Controller Engineer at The Crosby Company, a local Metal Stamping business in Buffalo, NY, completed five years of formation, which included theological studies at Christ the King Seminary in East Aurora. […]
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Is your current supplier letting you down? Has your current supplier closed their door’s for good? Is your current supplier falling down in their ability to deliver your Metal Stampings or Deep Drawn components on time, at a fair price, or within your quality specifications? If you answered Yes to any of these questions please consider giving us a call. Here are some reasons why you should consider to diversify your supply chain today. – Supplier failure still remains to be a major concern in 2011 – Many of the cost advantages that once existed in purchasing Metal Stampings offshore […]
The Crosby Company was founded in 1896 by William H. Crosby. The firm began with the manufacture of bicycle parts and frames, later producing various military components for the government during two world wars, and while enduring many ups and downs and spanning 5 generations, The Crosby Company is now one of the ‘go to’ suppliers of Custom Metal Stampings, Deep Draw Stampings, and Heavy Gauge Stampings. From all of us at the Crosby Company we would like to graciously thank all of our wonderful suppliers and customers whom we have had the pleasure to partner with over these many […]
If you currently utilize metal castings, now may be the time to consider converting your product into a Metal Stamping. Often times, if your order requirements are in the hundreds or thousands of pieces, Metal Stamping will be a much more cost effective solution. Some of the advantages of converting to Metal Stamping: Stamping Dies are less costly and will often last for the lifetime of the part, versus Casting dies which are more expensive and may occasionally need to be replaced. Per pound, material cost for Metal Stampings can be much lower, while also utilizing a stronger material. The […]