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LOCK-N-STITCH Inc. specializes in metal stitching, which is a process where cracks in metal objects caused by stress are repaired. The LOCK-N-STITCH process of metal stitching uses a series of locks and pins whereby pins are bolted down in a series along the crack and then two locks are placed perpendicular to the crack and three are placed overlaying each other and then placed into the already driven holes.
LOCK-N-STITCH is based out of Turlock California.