Metal Bending and Coiling Services

Eagle Stainless expertly fabricates precision bent components ideal for use in surgical devices, heat exchangers, instrumentation, handling equipment, diagnostic equipment and more. Eagle is a specialist for precision metal bending services and coiling of stainless steel, copper, aluminum and other materials. All custom bent components are offered in sizes ranging from .032″ to 1″ diameters, as well as numerous wall thicknesses, with minimal radius and wall thinning requirements.

Small diameter stainless steel tubing can be bent to specific shapes and angles using specialized bending equipment and techniques. Eagle ensures that the bending process adheres to proper procedures and industry standards to avoid kinking, wrinkling, or compromising the material’s corrosion resistance and structural integrity. Factors such as the tubing’s alloy, wall thickness, and bend radius are carefully considered to achieve successful and reliable bends.

Bending Stainless Steel Tubing

We take great pride in our experience and years of metal bending services, which allows us the rare ability to bend tubes without excessive distortion, wrinkling or fracturing. A tube can be bent in multiple directions and angles to form a smooth round bend. The ability to create precisely contoured bends ensures that tubes can be custom-fit to specific requirements, enhancing their versatility and adaptability for a wide range of applications. Our skilled craftsmen work with state-of-the-art CNC machinery, yielding uniformly smooth bends and meeting even the most precise customer specifications.  Quality Control: Ensuring the quality of each bent tube is critical. This includes inspecting for defects, measuring angles and radii, and verifying dimensions against specifications.

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Is the corrosion resistance of stainless steel preserved after bending?
Yes, the corrosion resistance of stainless steel remains intact after bending. This is especially important in applications where the tubing is exposed to moisture, chemicals, or other corrosive elements.

What are the advantages of bending small diameter stainless steel tubing?
Bending small diameter stainless steel tubing offers numerous advantages, including customization, enhanced structural integrity, space efficiency, improved flow dynamics, reduced connections, corrosion resistance preservation, material conservation, and simplified installation.

Coiling Tubing

For over 40 years Eagle Stainless has delivered some of the most intricately coiled stainless steel tubes in the industry. Coiled tubing is used in many industries where it is used as a heat exchanger or for transporting gasses or liquids. The compact and continuous nature of coiled tubing is a valuable solution, offering space efficiency, uninterrupted lengths, flexibility, cost savings, and enhanced safety. Its ability to navigate tight spaces and reduce the need for connectors makes it a versatile and essential component in applications with specific space constraints and continuous length requirements. Working on diameters ranging from .032″ to 1.00″ we have the expertise and innovative techniques necessary to meet the needs of your most demanding custom tubing application.


Minimum Diameter Maximum Diameter Tolerance
0.032in 1.5in 0.001in

Secondary Operations

Welding & Brazing Assembly
Welding brazing or soldering of standards or custom-made components to customer drawings or specifications are performed on state-of-the-art equipment including computer-controlled, laser machining centers Assembly of multiple parts to achieve a single component can be accomplished by various methods such as welding, threading, epoxy, etc. Eagle works to exact customer specifications, as well as the recommendations of our engineering experts, to achieve the lowest costs and the highest quality


Bending / Coiling
Bevel Cutting
Centerless Grinding
CNC Screw Machine
Drilling / Reaming
EDM (wire and ram type)
End Forming
Flaring / Flanging
General Machining
Laser Cutting
Laser Etching
Laser Notching
Laser Welding
Nothing / Slotting
Radius End Closures
Sand / Grit Blasting
Pointed or Flat End Closures
Welding / Brazing