Baldwin Hardware

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Baldwin was founded in the year 1946 by Severin Fayerman.
They use an age-old heat forging method of forming the hardware. The manufacturing facility brings in 100,000 pounds of brass stock from local foundries.

Baldwin hardware has a wide variety of selections; door hardware, home accessories, cabinet hardware, and commercial locks.
But each piece of hardware is hand-crafted by an average of 30 people.

On Point can provide outstanding quality while providing services such as car locksmith’s, commercial locksmith’s, residential locksmith’s, emergency locksmith’s, and key cutting locksmith’s.

Baldwin Hardware Locks and parts Vancouver

Baldwin Locks and parts Vancouver

Baldwin hardware has a wide variety of selections; door hardware, home accessories, cabinet hardware, and commercial locks.
But each piece of hardware is hand-crafted by an average of 30 people.
OnPoint can provide outstanding quality while providing services such as car locksmith’s, commercial locksmith’s, residential locksmith’s, emergency locksmith’s, and key cutting locksmith’s.

What to Expect from a Baldwin Lock: On Point Locksmith

When you need a service just go to On Point Locksmith-Vancouver, where you can receive honest and dependable services. On Point Locksmith have every key that has been made, which will provide you with fast and easy service.

How Baldwins’ Hardware is Made

First Baldwin will hand-select a raw brass bar to work on. They make sure it is durable and reliable so it will last through weathering, corrosion, and usage.

Second Baldwin uses an age-old method of making the hardware. They use “heat forging, which involves beating r pounding the metal into a special die.” Brass billets are heated at 1300 degrees before forging. Then the process begins with detail-oriented work and in-depth procedures to ensure quality. It takes 200 tons of force “to forge brass billets into knobs, lever, and handlesets.”

The last couple of stages involve trimming. Baldwin “Operators use a stamping press to trim all the extra metal left after the forging process.” They the brass will be shined and smoothed by a machine that will dispose of oxidation that could accrue during the heat forging process.

In the final process, Baldwin uses finish to give a “glossy to matter” look. Depending on the demands, this may also include tiny adjustments to fit the needs.

Baldwin makes high-quality, custom brass locks that competitors are unable to attain because “of the superior level of Lifetime PVD finishing.” Baldwin locks are made from scratch with a hand-picked brass bar and are finished their work with a “glossy to matter” look with any further adjustments as needed.

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