Press Release

Wiegmann ModCenter Provides Faster Custom Enclosures in the Midwest

South Bend, Indiana May 26, 2020 - The Wiegmann ModCenter provides fast customized electrical enclosures. The CNC machining center modifies enclosures faster than previous customizing methods. Wiegmann, part of the Hubbell Commercial Construction brands, provides innovative electrical products to OEM, industrial and commercial markets.
Weigmann's machining center utilizes computer-controlled equipment to drill, tap and mill complete enclosures, doors and panels. Onsite at the company's Freeburg, Illinois plant, this service allows expedited service especially to the entire Midwest. For in-stock products, the ModCenter reduces lead time to as little as 3-5 days.
All in-stock Wiegmann stainless steel and carbon steel are available for modification. Even nonmetallic models can be customized on the equipment. The ModCenter can work on enclosures as small as 6" x 6" x 4". The maximum back panel size that can be accommodated is 90" x 61".  All sides can be machined as long as the height is under 60".
Working from 3D models to guide modifications provides accuracy and speed. This service allows customized NEMA rated enclosures:
  • NEMA 1/3R
  • NEMA 12
  • NEMA 4/4X
The Wiegmann ModCenter modification service is available now. Customers should contact their sales rep for pricing and ordering details. Find more information at

About Hubbell Commercial Construction
Hubbell's Commercial Construction business includes a suite of five brands that manufacture innovative, high-quality and cost-effective electrical products for a broad range of applications, including residential, commercial, industrial, OEM and MRO. RACO produces electrical boxes and fittings. TayMac creates "while in use" covers for outdoor electrical. Bell is the name contractors know for weatherproof boxes and covers. Wiegmann offers a complete line of electrical enclosures. Acme Electric manufactures power conversion and conditioning equipment.

Hubbell Incorporated is an international electrical and electronics manufacturer. The company's history of electrical innovation extends back to 1888. Founder Harvey Hubbell invented the pull chain light switch and the duplex receptacle. Corporate headquarters are located in Shelton, Connecticut.
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