K-TEK Wisconsin and K-TEK North Carolina are high tech facilities with over 220,000 combined square feet. With more than 75 punch presses, K-TEK can handle small to large stampings in short-runs, medium-runs, and long-runs, while meeting our customers precision needs and on-time delivery. We are committed to continuous improvement processes and total customer satisfaction which has been the cornerstone of K-TEK’s success.
With nearly a hundred punch presses K-TEK is fully equipped to handle virtually any precision stamping requirement. Our production departments are optimized into cells and utilize conveying and automation systems when required.
K-TEK designs and builds all short, medium and long run tools in-house for all our punch presses. These types of low-cost tools were invented in the Minneapolis area in the 1950’s and originally referred to as pancake tools or soft tools. They are now more commonly referred to as short run tools even though they are good for hundreds of thousands of parts through their life. The main advantages of short run tools are low cost, fast development and quick tool set up. Learn more about K-TEK in-house tooling.
K-TEK also provides progressive stamping for high volume parts.
K-TEK has extensive experience providing stampings, assemblies, weldments and secondary operations. We serve a wide range of customers and industries including components for: Integrated Assemblies, Computer Systems, Label Printing Systems, Rack Mounted Computer Systems, Electronic Rack Enclosures, Vehicle Cabs, Large Weldments, Office Partitions, Electrical Systems, Electrical Boxes, Circuit Breakers, Recreation Vehicles, Motorcycles, Railroad Locomotives, School Desks and Chairs. Small Gas Engines, Cable & Wire Assemblies.
K-TEK is a division of Griffiths Corporation which was founded in Minnesota as a short run metal stamping company in the mid-1960's.
K-TEK Wisconsin started in the early 1980's and grew out of their customer's need for a full-service supplier.