Sheet Metal Fabrication

Persistence, Light, Budget

Why Sheet Metal Fabrication?

Malleability

The malleability of these metals is one of the main reasons why sheet metal production is so beneficial to enterprises. These metal sheets are not only strong, but they can also be readily produced and molded into any shape you choose. This makes them ideal for various building designs and architects since it makes the designing process incredibly simple for the staff.

Lightweight

Metal sheets are quite light, which makes them highly portable as well, in contrast to many other materials that are renowned for their toughness but are fairly hefty overall. Additionally, this makes it easier for metal workers and fabricators to handle and maintain these metal sheets.

Easy Repairable

Sheet metals are simple to inspect, and any damage is simple to locate. Most damage may be straightforwardly fixed with little difficulty. Without tearing down the entire building, you must take the broken metal sheet from the structure, fix it, and then replace it.

Low Cost

You receive a highly exact shape when an item is cast or molded, but you also have to pay for the making of a very specific, typically expensive mold. It might be highly expensive to invest in a new mold and tooling for plastic if you wish to modify your item in any way.

Sheet metals and metal fabrication provide contractors, businesses, and other industrial companies cost advantages due to their low cost yet excellent quality. These are advantageous to both them and their customers.

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Quick Production

With our GBA approved manufacturers, you can receive parts in as less as 3 days in Eastern South region.

Service with No Worries

We will keep reporting to you the production and shipping status once we get started.

Sheet Metal Fabrication | Stainless Steel | SandBlasting

Our Capabilities

Sheet metal fabrication refers to various methods for different stages of production which form a metal sheet into a wanted shape including laser cutting and bending. When you need metal parts with uniform wall thickness, sheet metal fabrication is the most suitable choice.

Sheet Metal Fabrication | Stainless Steel | SandBlasting

Cutting

✔ Laser Cutting
✔ Water Jet Cutting
✔ Plasma Cutting

Forming or Deformation

✔ Bending
✔ Stamping
✔ Hemming
✔ Spinning

Assembly

✔ Welding
✔ Joining using Fasteners
✔ Brazing
✔ Adhesives

The Cutting of Sheet Metal Fabrication

Cutting is the most common and commonly applied sheet metal manufacturing technique. Sheet metal is cut using a variety of different types of machinery before being manipulated to create a component. As follows:

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Laser Cutting

Using a strong laser to cut thin or medium gauge sheet metals, laser cutting is a very rapid, energy-efficient, and accurate sheet metal cutting method.

Water Jet Cutting

In water jet cutting, sheet metal is cut using a high-pressure water jet that contains abrasives. This sheet metal production method, known as water jet cutting, is especially helpful for metals with low melting temperatures because it prevents distortion due to heat generation.

Plasma Cutting

For thicker sheet metal, plasma cutting is employed. A stream of hot plasma is employed in this metal manufacturing method to pierce the metal sheets. Although this approach is quite effective and requires little setup, it is less precise than laser or water jet cutting.

Materials for Sheet Metal Fabrication

We cover a wide range of major metals for 3D Printing, CNC machining, Casting and Sheet Metal Fabrication, with applications in multiple industries. This enanbles customers to achieve both one-off prototypes and end-use custom parts.

3D Print_Aluminium

Aluminum

✔ Low weight
✔ Fast Building
✔ High strength and hardness

Stainless Steel

✔ Can apply to Food Processing
✔ Easily machined into diverse shapes
✔ Excellent strength, corrosion resistant

copper bronze sheet metal gold plating

Copper Alloy

✔ Strong alloy with corrosion resistance
✔ Unlike iron, neither brass nor bronze rusts
✔ Jewelry size to large sculptures

3D Print_Titanium

Titanium Alloy

✔ Lightweight & Bio-compatible
✔ Sports, Medical & Aerospace use
✔ Excellent resistance to cavitation

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Maraging Steel

✔ Ideal Tool Steel for mold designs
✔ Easily fabricated into gears & mandrels
✔ High ductility, strength & wear resistance

Surface Finish Selection

You may pick from a variety of secondary operations that create final production parts, such as heat treating, tapping, reaming, and post-process machining.

post processing | surface finishes | electroplating

Electroplating

Aesthetic improvement
✔ Temperature resistance
✔ Increase corrosion resistance

Painting

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase abrasion resistance

CNC | Aluminum | post processing | surface finish | Anodizing

Anodizing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase wear resistance

aluminium | sandblasting

Sandblasting

✔ Smoother
✔ Reduce flaws
✔ Remove old paint
post processing | surface finish | polishing

Polishing

✔ Aesthetic improvement
✔ Increase corrosion resistance
✔ Increase chemical resistance
Brushed stainless steel metallic surface

Brushing

✔ Smoother
✔ Deburring
✔ Edge rounding

Standard:  Sand surfaces to remove build lines and bead blasted.

Anodized:  Electrochemical process that converts the metal surface into a decorative, durable, corrosion-resistant, anodic oxide finish

Heat Treated:  Use of heating or chilling, normally to extreme temperatures, to achieve a desired result such as hardening or softening of a material

Polished: Sand surfaces to remove build lines and then apply polishing compound until desired surface finish is reached.

Metal Plated: Aluminum can be plated with a wide range of metals to increase its corrosion resistance, increase wear resistance, or improve overall aesthetics. Both electroplating and electroless plating are possible. Some common metals include tin, nickel, electroless nickel, gold, and silver.

Powder Coating: Powder coating is a robust option for coloring aluminum sheet metal parts while also adding a measure of corrosion resistance.

Additional post-processing: Includes CNC milling, lathing & EDM

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