Making a Giant Easter Egg
Greetings from Topeka, Kansas, home of the world’s largest wren. Yes, you heard that right: A giant sculpture of a bird sits nestled in a park near our metal shop. With spring in the air, I decided to make an egg for this bird -- an Easter egg, delivered guerilla style to surprise the community. It is made from lightweight aluminum cut with a CNC plasma cutter.
Spiral Twist for Packaged Goods
We’ve invented a new Spiral Twist to better serve customers in the food and beverage industries. With this new technology, we’re delighted to offer more ways to help customers who manufacture fragile or difficult-to-handle packaged goods.
Christmastime at the Metal Shop
Having a shop in Noto has its perks. For one thing, our proximity to the North Pole means we will be getting our presents delivered on time. Another nice thing is that we are smack dab in the middle of Topeka’s arts scene. We get to enjoy all the groovy holiday creations of our neighbors, and pitch in a little of our own. This year, our craftsmen raised up a tree made from some green copper leftover from a certain Statehouse project we did.
Bartlett and West Sculpture for Downtown Topeka
Collaboration with our clients is the key to creating a successful relationship.
Check our three videos of Stevenson Company's state-of-the-art plasma cutter creating the puzzle parts for the Bartlett and West pocket park in downtown Topeka.