350 21st Street Monroe, Wisconsin 53566 P: (608) 325-9161 F: (608) 325-5437
Orchid Internationalâ€™s Monroe facility supplies lamination stampings, electric motor die casting, and general metal stampings and assemblies utilized by manufacturers throughout North America. Originally a division of Philips Lighting, the Monroe operation was acquired by Orchid in 2004 and continues to expand its products and services. Orchid Monroe produces lamination stampings for numerous lighting manufacturers. Additionally, the facility produces electric motor laminations, including completed stators and die cast rotors. Orchid also produces hybrid motor and automotive alternator components, as well as complex metal stampings. E & I Transformer Laminations for Lighting Ballasts.
Motor Laminations and Die Cast Rotor. The Leader in METAL STAMPING and So Much More...
Consumer Products Actown AGI Aspen Motion Technologies Bay Motors Coleman Powermate Electro Products Howard Industries Jakel Merkle Korff Tyco Wabash Electronics Rockwell Automation
Lighting Advance Transformer Philips Lighting
Orchid Monroe has much to offer manufacturers in search of a highly skilled and performance-driven lamination stamping, motor die casting, and general metal stamping and assembly provider. Whether for a new or existing program, Orchid Monroe is an attractive solution for your general, magnetic, and electrical steel stamping needs. n Over 30 high speed presses capable of exceeding 700 SPM n Four annealing ovens with a total capacity of over 20,000 lbs/hr
n In-house slitting, annealing, aluminum die casting of rotors, and high tolerance finishing n ISO 9001:2000 and ISO 14001:2004 registration
Laminations for Alternators Utilized in the Military Humvee and Bradley Armored Personnel Vehicle
The Leader in METAL STAMPING and So Much More...
Facility Data Square Footage 227,000
Quality Certifications ISO 9001; ISO 14001 Primary Operations Metal Stamping Lamination Stamping
Other Core Processes Aluminum Die Casting Annealing Automated Assembly Straight Steel Slitting
Published on Dec 15, 2008