Video blog: Steel fabrication with minimal welds

In this video blog, Bob shows how bo-mar fabricated an intricate, curved steel architectural piece using a single piece of ½-inch steel and our cutting tools. This technique minimized the number of welds required and created a better-looking result. For more information about the equipment we use for steel fabrication, click here: metal fabrication equipment […]

Custom Metal Projects for New Luxury Home

In late August 2014, we began a variety of custom metal projects for a new luxury home in Indianapolis. While the construction company in charge of building the new luxury home was searching for metal work, a local glass design company (GRT Glass Design) recommended bo-mar for the job! Our plant manager has spent a […]

Creating a Prototype

One thing bo-mar really excels at is creating prototypes.  When a customer gives us requests for what their project needs, our team works together to get the job done quickly. Many times we start our prototype by cutting out a cardboard model to test the functionality. This step saves us material and money as we […]

Traxxas Shootout Trophies 2013

Remember last year when we were given the task of fabricating two trophies from scratch….in one week? Well, this year we had about three weeks!  Ha.  Traxxas (“The Fastest Name In Radio Control”) asked bo-mar to make the Top Fuel and Funny Car trophies for NHRA’s Traxxas Shootout again this year at the U.S. Nationals […]

Flashback Friday – June 7th

We just stumbled across some more photos of our Mackey Arena job for Purdue University!  These pictures were taken last Fall when we went back up to West Lafayette to add on to our artistic ‘forge.’[p]

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Great experience in our product development “I am writing to give some insight into the expertise and capabilities of bo-mar Industries. My brother and I own a metal fabrication operation in Marion, Indiana and Louisville, Kentucky and have known Bob Buchanan and his team for many years. We share work back and forth from time […]

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