From small, intricate parts to large complex metal stamped pieces, Laystrom is equipped to handle your production stamping needs.

Our modern, high-speed presses enable us to use the latest methods in producing your parts.

From small, intricate parts to large complex metal stamped pieces,

High Speed Presses

Transfer Tooling From Other Vendors

Flexible Metal Stamping Approach

About Stamping Presses

Our modern, high-speed presses enable us to use the latest methods in producing your parts.

For example, presses up to 250 tons are equipped with automatic coil-feeding equipment. The result is high volume output that meets the most demanding production schedules at the lowest piece part cost.

Customers routinely transfer tooling from other vendors or from in-house metal stamping departments with the eye to resolving quality and delivery related problems.

Laystrom designs processes and tooling around the needs of the customer. When production stamping volumes are high, then we will typically build progressive tooling. When multiple operation tooling is appropriate, that’s what we build. We are flexible in our metal stamping approach.

The result is economical high and low volume parts that meet your metal stamping requirements.

Related Services

Scheduling / Delivery

Laystrom can adapt to customer scheduling and delivery needs and can control production to their individual requirements.

Value Added Assembly

Our skilled personnel are adept at kitting and hardware assembly techniques using fastener insertion equipment, projection welders, and rivet and manual assembly equipment required to assemble your product.


Laystrom Manufacturing’s robotic welding and manual welding capabilities enables the Company to offer the flexibility to provide expert welding on low to high production quantities.


The answers to many common questions can be found in our FAQ Library. Click below for all FAQs and the ability to search for your specific questions.

Who is Laystrom Manufacturing Co.?

Laystrom Manufacturing was founded in 1951 by members of the Laystrom family to produce custom component parts and assemblies for OEM equipment manufacturers nationally and internationally. The company is owned and managed primarily by 3rd generation family members who work actively in the business daily. The company operates a 65,000 square foot manufacturing facility in Chicago.

How do I request a quote from Laystrom?

Email They will need the part number, part revision, and expected order quantities as well as any information that has changed since our last quote or order.   Review of pricing and leadtimes for previously produced parts can take as little as a few hours to as much as a few days.   

For items previously not quoted or produced by Laystrom, please contact your sales representative, or contact us directly

Email In your email, please indicate part number, part revision, expected order quantities and need dates as well as EAU information, the date the quote is needed, and anything else which will help us address your request appropriately. Include all engineering information such as PDF files, CAD models, specifications, and if tooling is available for transfer to us. Providing a quote for a part that is new to Laystrom can take as little as a day to as much as a few weeks.

What is the minimum order quantity you can sell?
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What is your standard leadtime?

It is difficult to provide a “Standard leadtime” without specific details regarding the particular part, the raw material type, the number and type of processes required to make the part, and subcontracted operations such as plating or painting. For some prototype applications we provide expedited service and ship within 72 hours of receipt of the quote request. Some items may require 12 weeks to produce because of issues such as complex manufacturing processes, lead-times for special raw materials, or time to produce tooling or to complete part approval processes. We will identify a part’s leadtime on our quote.

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(773) 342-4800