The design engineer is rarely the same person as the mechanical engineer.
Design engineers dream up the concepts of the project, while 
mechanical engineers implement the projects logistical details.
Here at American Steel Masters Inc. we do both.
We start with design concepts that come from your ideas, then take them to the
next level by fabricating functional products with many years of service life.
From heavy equipment certified welding to new commercial hydraulic machinery,
we strive to create industrial projects on time and on budget.
Affordable Quality "Built to Last"

Hydraulics are a popular way to transmit electrical or fuel driven power into a useable work force. Purpose built hydraulic equipment saves time and money for the owner and operator. Many times a production machine does not exist for a specific task. This is why we build custom industrial equipment for commercial applications.
 Additionally, we use state of the art CAD (Computer Aided Design) drafting techniques to ensure that all of the parts of a project fit correctly before actually fabricating the product. We use our CNC (Computer Numerical Controller)plasma cutting system to make precision steel parts up to 1 inch thick for industrial equipment.
Repair and restoration are also a large part of our business here in Southern Oregon. We know that life takes its toll on tools and equipment. Whether it is repairs to a "Money Making" piece of machinery or a full restoration to an antique or collectable home appliance. We service all makes and models to the best of our abilities and strive to make all repairs and restorations with emphasis on customer satisfaction.
Wood stove repair and restoration is also very popular in Southern Oregon. Restoration is always more cost effective than new products. Some customers prefer wood stove modifications such as cooking ovens with temperature gauges. Others like water and or air (fan driven) heat exchangers and some even include high efficiency reburners. Whatever the situation we are here to help get the most value from your appliances.
Above - This video is of a hook lift project built for our shop in 2007. It's purpose is to ease loading and unloading of heavy products. It has electro-hydraulic in-cab controls and the hook (without bed) has a 3000lb lifting capacity. This unit is currently functioning like new with zero hydraulic leakage
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