Production Specifics

Ash & Lacy's in-house manufacturing capabilities at their site in Smethwick include metal expanding, perforating, laser cutting, welding, wire eroding and specialist fabrication. Their turret presses have a bed size of 3500x1500mm and allow them to produce bespoke perforated designs from CAD files in a range of sheet material including aluminium (up to 4mm thick), steel (up to 3mm) and GRP Plastic (up to 6mm). Their in-house design team can work from hand drawn sketches, or digital files to prepare designs in the format needed to bring your ideas to reality.

Turnaround TimeProject Dependent
Starting CostUp to £100
Production Access by appointment
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Steel Aluminium GRP


CNC Punching CNC Routing Laser Cutting CNC Turret Press Punching Expanding Perforating Wire eroding


CNC Turret Press Trumatic 3000 Turret Press

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Company History

The Ash & Lacy can trace their history back to 1864, making them one of the oldest companies in the West Midlands. They manufacture a range of systems for the construction, automotive, acoustic and audio markets, exporting to numerous countries around the world, and are a leading manufacturer of engineered facade and roofing systems to the architectural sector, complemented by a comprehensive range of fasteners, load bearing components and accessories. They have full in-house testing facilities, as well as 3D design and engineering analysis. They have sites at West Bromwich and Smethwick.

Client List

Jaguar Land Rover
Seymour Harris Architects
MAKE Architects
Broadway Malyan Architects
SPACE Architects
Associated Architects

Contact Ash & Lacy

ContactAneira Beament
Marketing Manager, Architectural Products
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AddressAsh & Lacy
Bromford Lane
West Bromwich
B70 7JJ
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