Estes Design and Manufacturing is a full-service sheet metal fabricator.

Estes offers customers a combination of design, engineering, prototyping and manufacturing services using advanced technology. The bottom line – Estes produces the best sheet metal products possible.

From conceptual design to full production, Estes’ staff of engineers, CAD designers, and manufacturing professionals collaborate to create an environment for rapid response manufacturing across a broad range of product and industry applications: medical equipment, appliance, HVAC, office furniture manufacturing, aerospace, and more.

PHILOSPHY

Estes Design and Manufacturing, Inc. is committed to employing people of high character, creative, innovative thinking, state-of-the-art technology, and continuous improvement to profitably produce fabricated metal products with a level of service and quality preferred by the customer.

COMMITMENT TO QUALITY

Estes Design and Manufacturing is committed to quality – quality in our fabricated products, our standards and processes, and our company team members. The caliber or our Quality Management System (QMS) is reflected in our products, and our ISO certifications help us outline and maintain a framework for continuously improving our QMS.

STAFF

Estes strives to hire individuals who care about the work they do and about the customers the company serves. Estes’ employees treat customers’ projects as their own and seek to serve customers with dedication, honesty, and integrity.

ESTES HISTORY

With two employees and a 1,200 square foot facility, Estes Design and Manufacturing was incorporated on November 1, 1976.

While a chief engineer for Hesston Corporation, Larry Estes learned of their impending sale to The Toro Company, so he left the organization to begin his own design and manufacturing company. The first products made were service parts for the Hesston/Toro line.

Originally, Estes Design and Manufacturing was intended to be a product design and development firm with some manufacturing capabilities. However, demand from Toro and other companies for top-quality manufactured products increased, and Estes responded by adding capacity with a move to a new facility in the fall of 1977.