The Wilson Keyring is formed at a factory on the west side of Cleveland. The process starts with 250lb spools of wire and ends with an efficient tool to carry your keys.
Above: Our spool of 1/8" cartridge brass, amongst a sea of steel alloys.
Above: The wire is fed off the spool into this shearing machine, which straightens the wire on rollers before cutting it to length.
Above: Various tooling and forming components sit on a table near a larger CNC forming machine, used to produce other Craighill products.
Above: After a manual de-burring (to round the ends), the wires proceed through 3 custom bending rigs.
All that's left is a little cleanup, a Craighill stamp, and some packaging.