Demsey Manufacturing Co., Inc
For three generations Demsey Mfg. Co., Inc. has been your precision engineered deep drawn metal stamping solution. We can help you from design to prototype to production and do it all with a personal touch. Not many companies can say that they still do business with their very first customer some 50 years later like Demsey can. Demsey utilizes both transfer press and progressive die technologies. It is owned and operated by mechanical engineers and metallurgists whose innovative redesigns and use of alternate materials have saved many of our customer’s thousands of dollars through the years.
Demsey was founded in 1954 by Anthony and Helen Demsey as a custom deep drawn metal stamper utilizing eyelet transfer presses. The original location was in Waterbury, Connecticut in a rented space on the third floor above an ice cream factory. In 1969, Demsey’s present modern climate controlled facility was built. The plant, which has grown over the years, to its current 35,000 square feet is located at 78 New Wood Road, Watertown, Connecticut and is situated on a two-acre site.
Demsey is growing rapidly under the management of Richard, Scott and Kim Demsey. In 1988, American Tube Fabricating Corporation was purchased to enhance the company’s versatility by allowing smaller quantities of various tubular products to be made more economically. In more recent times, Demsey has further diversified by acquiring larger power and transfer presses that can draw up to 65 thousandths thick material to almost 5 inches in length.
Demsey Mfg. from 1954-1969
Anthony and Richard Demsey circa 1966
Pictured far right: company founder, Anthony Demsey and pictured on the left: Richard Demsey circa 1974.
Scott Demsey, Kim Demsey and Richard Demsey