Tottser-Iroquois has extensive knowledge and experience in the design, feasibility and construction of tools. Our tool and die experience extends from in-die tapping to large and heavy gauge components covering a broad spectrum of materials from aluminum to ultra-high strength steels. Our capabilities include:

  • Tool Design and Engineering
  • Forming Feasibility
  • Tool Trial and Simulation
  • Quality Control

Tottser-Iroquois has a proven track record of meeting deadlines and producing parts per customer specifications. We utilize the newest gauges and equipment to ensure accuracy. Our investment in equipment is our investment in your final product. The quality system we have in place guarantees that all facets of the production process, from incoming material to shipment of product, meets or exceeds the required specifications through:

  • Control Plans
  • Process Flow Chart
  • Incoming, First Piece, In-Process, Visual and Final Inspections
  • PPAP
  • Gauge R&R Studies
  • Capability Studies
  • Full Lot Traceability

Metal Stamping & Welded Assembly




Tottser-Iroquois offers world-class production of metal stampings and assemblies utilizing low carbon to advanced high strength steel, offering its customers a broad portfolio.  Our resources include the following:   

  • A/B Pillars
  • Body in White Components
  • Brake Shields
  • Control Arms
  • Crossmembers
  • Door Beams
  • Engine Cradles
  • Links
  • Reinforcements
  • Skid Plates
  • Torque Converter Components
  • Brackets​


At Tottser-Iroquois, we believe in investing in current technology and state-of-the-art equipment means we can produce high quality parts quickly. 

  • Stamping presses ranging from 150 to 600 ton
  • Weld cells including resistance, MIG, robotic weld stations
  • Orbital riveting equipment
  • Various equipment including mills, drill presses, CMM, cranes


We begin with a complete understanding of our customers' needs and work closely with them to achieve cost-effective solutions that meet the demand for stamped components and assemblies in automotive and specialty customer applications.  Solutions include:

  • Prototype
  • Stamping: 150-600 ton
  • Welding: Plasma, Resistance, MIG, and Robotic Weld Cells
  • In-die Tapping
  • Assembly
  • Physical Testing