Precision Sheet Metal Manufacturer

Since 1956, Vista Industrial Products, Inc. has built a reputation for their precision sheet metal fabrication capabilities. We have made a point to have the best engineers and skilled labor, as well as the latest high technology equipment in the industry. We have set the standard in Southern California for precision sheet metal shops. Quality is our largest competitive advantage when providing several industries with high quality parts. Some of the industries we cater to include:

  • Defense
  • Medical
  • High Technology
  • Retail
  • Commercial

Below is a video about our precision sheet metal shop! Continue reading

Introduction to Vista Industrial Products – The Video –

Although you have probably read a few of our blog posts and have gained some overall knowledge about the precision metal fabrication industry, we have put a video together that gives you an overall glimpse of who we are and what we do! Since we specialize in precision sheet metal fabrication, CNC machining, and welding fabrication, many of our customers aren’t able to see inside of our shop and see what we really do behind close doors. Here is an introduction video about our 56 year old company! We will have numerous other videos to share with you that will go more in depth about our metal fabrication capabilities, but for now here is a quick introduction video: Continue reading

What is Sheet Metal?

Aluminum sheet metal chassisHere at VIP we have a wide range of customers that we work with. Some of which are not familiar with metal manufacturing and what metal manufacturing entails. So we’ve decided to do a brief on the topic of sheet metal. You will see that sheet metal isn’t as foreign to us as you may think because we use sheet metal products on a daily basis! So let’s get started…. Continue reading

Fit, Form, Function Explained

Here at Vista Industrial Products, Inc. we encounter several instances where engineers run into issues engineering a part causing them to over engineer the part. One thing engineers need to remember is the fit, form, and function of the part. If it doesn’t need it for the fit, form, or function, don’t add it!

What is Fit, Form, and Function (aka F3)? Simply put, it is the identification and description of characteristics of a part, component, and/or assembly. Continue reading