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Food Safety Engineered

HOW STEVENSON HELPS MANUFACTURERS

Food safety is the number one priority for food manufacturers. Stevenson Company, Inc. helps by engineering solutions that reduce breakage in fragile products and ensure a safe environment for production.

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Converting Metal Parts to Plastic

Stevenson Company, Inc., is your partner for custom machine parts. We ease the process of sourcing parts and minimize costly downtime by coverting metal parts to plastic with our CNC technology.

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The Quicker Fixer Upper

There's no time for downtime when a machine part breaks, so let us fix your problems quickly with our new CNC router technology.

Send us a broken machine part and we'll trace it with our technology to create a replacement part for you...Pronto! Forget calling your original equipment manufacturer and waiting. 

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Washburn Alumni Fellow 2017

Joe Pennington, President of Stevenson Company, Inc., was chosen to be recognized as a 2017 Washburn Fellow by the Washburn University Alumni Association and Foundation.

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Stevenson Craftsman Retires after 43 Years

Meet Max Hamilton. He has been with Stevenson Company Inc. since graduating from high school in 1974. Other than working as a boilermaker welder at another company for over three years, he has been at Stevenson Company Inc. for his entire career. We have been very fortunate to have him as a part of our team. 

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"Men of Metal" art show

thumb Joe P with toothpick at art receptionYou probably know me as president of Stevenson Company. What you may not know is that I paint on scraps of steel. “Men of Metal” is my first art exhibit and I was delighted so many of you could be among the first to see it at the VIP reception.

On the first Friday of each month Haven Arts, a local gallery, throws open its doors to the public. This weekend happened to debut my homage to the people who work at Stevenson Company. Each piece showcases a craftsman in the sheet metal trade. Silhouettes were laid out and cut using a plasma torch, then detailed using oil paint.

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Tinker Day Fun

DSC 1666Stevenson Company recently invited friends to join us for our first Tinker Day in the shop. On the lunch menu, were cinnamon rolls and Lorrie's homemade chili. After a fantastic lunch, guests were invited to participate in a hands-on metal working experience.

 

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5 Interesting Facts About Steel Production - from Fabtech 2016

Liquid Steel from Ladle1. New steel is made from dirt. Magnets pluck iron ore from the displaced earth. The resulting rocks are blasted for sixteen hours at temperatures of about 2700 degrees. Then the molten slop is poured into plates about 9 inches thick.

2. All steel alloys come from the same batter. Stainless steel is made by adding nickel and chromium to the mixture. Galvanized is made by ladling zinc onto the surface.

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