Beyond our capability to produce our 40+ 'stock' products, we also are able to custom manufacture a wide variety of specialty products for acoustical engineers, consultants, designers, architects and builders.
We work collaboratively with your design team to help with final product design, prototypes and samples--all the way through to the full production run and final shipping.
ASC manufacturers everything it supplies to the customers in its factory. We do not consign the manufacturing of our products out of the country. Everything we do is 100% made in Eugene, OR USA. Most, but not all, raw materials we use are also made in the USA.
With over 10,000 sq/ft of fabrication space, and dedicated work areas, we are able to handle a wide variety of jobs--both large orders and limited quantities.
The large, open high bay factory is divided into 7 separate areas; Inventory, Fabrication, Finishing, Painting, Custom Shop, Archives and Shipping. Because of limited floor space and the tables needed to be available to setup specialty short run production lines, we operate on a JIT system, where the only work on the floor is quickly moving through its stages of fabrication and finishing and the only product storage area is for finished and packaged products. The only things in the shop that are inventoried are raw stock at one end off the factory and finished product at the other end. We do maintain small inventories of commonly used parts in the assembly area and fabric rolls in finishing.
We have a central dust collection system, central heat for the shop and skylights. Our paint booth is large, 20 by 40 feet and it is divided into two separate paint areas so different projects can be prepped and painted at the same time without concern for overspray. It is also fit with skylights. The entire facility has a new membrane roof.
We are primarily a woodwork and medium density fiberglass fabrication shop. We work with outside vendors for CNC, welding and sheet metal work. Our cutting processes are chosen primarily to keep the amount of airborne fibers to a minimum. This usually means slower cutting speeds and similar methods that optimize product quality and a safer work environment.