Custom Metal Fabrication

A Great Wall Organization Product Invention Created Out of Necessity

Ever heard the phrase, necessity is the mother of invention?  OmniWallUSA was born out of that saying.

Over the years I have watched my brother, Greg Parker, and also his father, start awesome projects only to stop because they couldn’t find the tool(s) needed for the project.  They knew the hammer, wrench, socket set or screwdriver was “around somewhere”.   Normal procedure was to stop the project and run off to the local home improvement store for new tools.   By the time they got back home, something else needed their attention and the “great project” is pushed to the corner of the garage or shop.

Two years ago, Greg bought a fantastic home in need of a few home improvements.  While Greg’s day job is managing the metal fabrication company our father started, he has a great eye for home remodel.  The new home would give him opportunities to put his weekend DIY skills in action.

A year of projects and multiple trips to the local home improvement store for a new drill, additional charger or yet another screwdriver or wrench because he couldn’t find one that should have been in the garage was enough.  Greg decided to buy a wall organization system that “appeared” to be a system better than restrictive slatwall or track systems.  It looked like a customizable wall system.  He ordered a large wall organization system only to be disappointed that shelves were actually made of three or four pieces that needed assembly and hooks that were very similar to the frustrating peg hooks that go with pegboard.   This system was a great start for the wall but the accessories were not sturdy and he knew he would never be completely satisfied and would end up not using it.

Instead of returning the product, Greg walked into the engineering department and announced that an internal project would begin.  A team of people met weekly, designing and testing shelves, screwdriver holders, wrench holders, power drill holders and 40 other tool organization attachments.  The team worked hard to develop the most versatile and more importantly solid wall organization system.  This OmniWall organizational system has been selling great!  Automotive and racing professionals comment that this may possibly be the best innovation for people who use hand tools.

All of us at Noble Industries who own an OmniWall System and those who work daily to make the 18 gauge galvannealed OmniWall panels, 16 and 18 gauge one piece solid construction wall organization accessories, thank Greg for believing in the necessity of OmniWallUSA, the new invention for wall organization.

Noble Industries is projecting a strong 2019

Noble Industries added 40,000 square feet of metal fabrication space in 2017.  We were extremely business when the expansion was complete.  Adding new equipment and moving our Mazak Lasers and Amada Press Brakes to the new area just wasn’t possible till the end of 2017 because of our work load.  In December 2017 and through the first quarter of 2018, machines were moved as time allowed.   The second half of 2018, Noble Industries was able to capitalize on the work flow efficiencies from the additional space.  We are excited and ready to add new customers now that the move is complete.   As the Fabricator article indicates, there are challenges with the increase in costs from tariffs but we are still looking to start and finish 2019 very strong.


Noble Industries receives award at the 29th Precision Sheet Metal Technology Fair

Our press brake bending on this challenging part helped Noble Industries win this award from Amada.

Noble Industries was honored with the Technical Encouragement Award at the 29th Precision Sheet Metal Technology Fair

Sheet metal display wins award

.  We submitted our tabletop point of purchase display for consideration.  Our display is made out of one piece of carbon steel sheet metal that is laser cut, then precision bending, resistant welded and then powder coated.  This display is used for convenience stores to sell the 5 Hour Energy drinks.  The technology fair was held by Amada School of Vocational Training.





About Noble Industries:

Founded in 1969, sheet metal fabrication company Noble Industries has been providing cutting edge metal fabrication and manufacturing solutions for over 40 years. In addition to world-class metal fabrication solutions, they offer tube bending and fabrication, laser cutting, sheet metal punching, welding, powder coating and much more. Through leadership and training they continue to provide superior services and products for a devoted customer base.

Noble Industries is hiring!

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Great week at the National Association of Convenience Stores

Great week at the National Association of Convenience Stores

Greg Parker, President of Noble Industries commented that the trade show was a success from his vantage point.   He said,  “Much work went into the preparation for the show.   I believe all the hard work and expense to exhibit here in Atlanta will pay off.    Traffic at the show was good.  The booth location couldn’t have been better.  The items Noble Industries picked to display in the booth were of interest to many attendees.”

In addition to the booth showing retail store products, Noble Industries had a customer in the fuels section with a metal enclosure made by Noble Industries.

Now the work starts to make contact with those interested in items displayed in the booth or who may have an interested in custom metal fabricated store fixtures, metal racks, wire point of purchase racks or other metal fabricated parts.

Noble Industries is a national metal fabricator located in the Midwest.  The location makes great sense when shipping product to both the east and west coasts.   The nesting table display that was at the show is a product shipped all over the United States to grocery stores for floral arrangements.  Similar custom nesting tables have been used for retail store displays and bakeries.

Noble Industries shared the trade show booth with Madsen Wire Products also owned by Greg Parker and Brenda Parker Snyder.   The nesting tables are an example of the synergy between Madsen Wire and Noble Industries.  Madsen Wire Products makes the wire grid sides.  Noble Industries rolls and forms additional parts, welds it all together, powder coats then assemblies the top.   After assembly, the tables are packaged and shipped all over the country.

For more information about Noble Industries or Madsen Wire Products, contact Brenda Parker Snyder at 317-773-1926.