About TSA

TSA Metal Products was formed in 1995 and quickly developed a market for high quality, Australian designed
and made office furniture which initially consisted of mobile pedestals and metal components for workstations.
This range has grown over the years to include full range of storage units, cable management systems and height
adjustable frames as well as table bases and a wide range of custom units.

The founding partners have a strong background in engineering and metal fabrication with an emphasis on commercial
fit out. In the years before TSA they played pivotal roles in bringing some of the largest commercial fit outs in Australia
to fruition. We have a dynamic core team with over 100 years of combined experience in metal fabrication and we know the
importance of delivering quality products on time to our customers. 

Our Facility

By 2004 we had out grown our premises at Padstow in Sydney's southwest and in early 2005 we moved into a
new 5000sqm complex at Ingleburn. Here, we are able to keep all of our manufacturing and warehousing in
one complex. Our processes include:

  • Sheet metal punching and bending
  • MIG and TIG welding
  • Aluminium cutting and routing
  • Tube bending and fabrication
  • Metal cleaning and treating
  • Powdercoating
  • CAD design and CNC programming


TSA Metal Products have some of the most modern machinery available in Australia. We are committed to ensuring
that we are using the most efficient way to manufacture while keeping as much work in house as possible so
we have full control over the manufacturing cycle and therefore the quality and finish of the product.

We have a large range of CNC machinery which guarantees accuracy and precision at high speed and includes 
Amada turrets (EM2510NT & EM3510NT), Amada automatic panel bender with fully automatic tool loading 
(TBZ 2523H), Amada and LVD pressbrakes and a Bemato Mill. The programming software for these
machines is fully integrated with our CAD packages, Solidworks and Autodesk Inventor, allowing us to easily
and efficiently make the transition from design to reality.