What Makes RMF different?

Customer relationships. Here at RMF, we pride ourselves on making our customers successful and building long-lasting relationships. Accomplishing this is not always easy, which is why we strive to grow in a respectful, positive and honest environment. This is what sets us apart from our competitors. From the prototyping process to receiving the final product, the Racine Metal-Fab family will support you every step of the way. We would love to help assess your metal fabrication needs, visit us at www.rm-f.com or schedule a tour of our facilities by calling (262) 554-1140!

Helping Your Business Be Better

Product Development

Here at RMF, our goal is to help your business be better to make you be better.

What that means for our clients is, we want to make your business better by ensuring the most efficient design, providing short lead times and delivering the utmost quality. By making your business better, we will make you a superior facilitator and reliable business leader.

The RMF mission also ties into our workplace culture. Our employees share the company values, beliefs and care for our clients overall success. Which is why we created The S.M.I.L.E. Program. This program maintains peer-to-peer and multilevel appreciation within our company in order to benefit our employees and customers. The SMILE program gives appreciation and recognition for teamwork, quality, attitude and willingness to help. The acronym SMILE (Specific, Meaningful, Immediate, Linked, and Enthusiastic) serves as a guide to craft appreciation. To “SMILE” at someone we could make a verbal acknowledgment, write an appreciative note, lend a hand, or maybe leave a treat on their desk. We want our employees to know how much we appreciate their work and maintain our mission to help your business be better.

Give RMF a “SMILE” by visiting our website (www.rm-f.com) or calling us at (262) 554-1140!

 

Welcome Chris Neuhaus, RMF’s Project Engineer

We’re pleased to announce our newest addition to the Customer Development Team, Chris Neuhaus! Although Chris is not new to RMF, we are excited for his new position as a Project Engineer. Chris will be working with the CDT to develop new business and lead innovative projects.

Please join me in welcoming Chris to the Customer Development Team!

Chris is pictured here with Andy Pike-Director of Customer Development


RMF certified as a Gold Well Workplace

Racine Metal-Fab is pleased to announce we have been certified as a Gold Well Workplace through Wellness Council of America.

“Good companies know that their employees are their most valuable asset. Great companies adopt policies that support employees’ efforts to reduce health risks and are bold about motivating them through bold strategies, programs, and tactics” states Ryan Picarella, President of WELCOA.

 

Wellness Council of Wisconsin

Wellness Council of America

Welcome Tori Sweeney, RMF’s Marketing Intern

We’re pleased to announce our newest addition to Racine Metal Fab, Tori Sweeney! A UW-Milwaukee student, Tori will be our summer Marketing Intern. Tori will be working with our Customer Development Team to optimize the Customer Research Management system, lead social media projects and routinely add to our website WWW.RM-F.COM.

Please join me in welcoming Tori to the RMF team!

Tori is pictured here with Andy Pike– Director of Customer Development

RMF at Wisconsin Tech Summit – Helping Emerging Technologies

RMF Tech Summit

The goal of the Wisconsin Tech Summit is to bring together major companies and emerging firms in a setting that allows them to meet and explore likely business relationships around technology needs and innovation. Major companies will be able to hear from emerging firms with innovative products or services tied to areas such as “big data,” connected devices and data analytics in sectors ranging from health care to information systems, and from power electronics to telecommunications.

Once again RMF is proud to be a part of the Tech Summit on March 27th. We’re looking forward to doing everything possible to help these emerging companies find a path to success. Click here for a link to the some of the companies participating in this years event, and click here for the Tech Summit info.

RMF Prototype Process Drives New Product Development

CDT

Customer Development Team – Justin, Andy, Linda, Drew and Nick

One of the key fundamentals at RMF is our sheet metal prototype process. We offer this to our customers as a service that allows them to move faster in the marketplace in order to test new products. Our CDT (customer development team) and NPI group (new product implementation) are there with you to assist in “design for manufacturability” and quick delivery of sheet metal chassis, panels, enclosures, frames and assemblies.

Check out our e-book, 7 Sticking Points that Slow Down Prototypes for more information please give us a call at 262-554-1140.

 

 

Alex Rogers signs at Drake – RMF Engineering Intern

Alex Rogers

Case High School, senior Alex Rogers committed to play Division 1 football at Drake University in Des Moines, IA. Case High School athletic department held a special signing event for Rogers during an all-school pep assembly on Wednesday. Rogers says he’s ready for the challenges of college and looks forward to becoming part of such an established program.

Engineering Intern

Alex Rogers – RMF Intern

Racine Journal Times Article

“Alex Rogers flew a bit under the radar last season for the Case High School football team.

However, he caught the eye of an NCAA Division I program and is taking the next step.

On Wednesday afternoon, the 6’1″, 185-pound Rogers signed his letter of intent to play football for Drake University in Des Moines, Iowa, during a pep rally at Case.

He announced his selection on Twitter Jan. 20 and made it official Wednesday.” Drake Football
Alex is also currently an engineering intern at RMF, what a great guy and deserving of this opportunity. Go Bulldogs!