Fabrication and Welding

  • Laser cutting
  • Waterjet cutting
  • Sheet metal
  • Welding

Laser cutting is a versatile and precise manufacturing process that utilizes a high-powered laser beam to cut through materials such as metal, plastic, wood, and ceramics. This technology offers exceptional speed, accuracy, and repeatability, making it ideal for intricate designs and complex geometries. Laser cutting enables the production of precise parts with clean edges and minimal material waste, making it suitable for various applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, electronics, and signage. With advancements in laser technology and automation, laser cutting continues to evolve, providing manufacturers with efficient and cost-effective solutions for their cutting needs.

Laser cutting

Waterjet cutting is a cold cutting process that utilizes a high-pressure stream of water mixed with abrasive particles to cut through a wide range of materials, including metals, composites, glass, and stone. This versatile technology offers several advantages, including precise cutting with minimal heataffected zones, no material distortion, and the ability to cut intricate shapes and thick materials. Waterjet cutting is environmentally friendly, as it does not produce hazardous fumes or waste materials. It finds applications in industries such as aerospace, architecture, automotive, and manufacturing, where precision cutting, and versatility are paramount.

Waterjet cutting

Sheet metal fabrication involves the manipulation of thin metal sheets to create various components and structures. Commonly used metals include steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and copper, with thicknesses ranging from foil-thin to several millimeters. Sheet metal fabrication techniques include cutting, bending, forming, and welding, allowing to produce a wide range of products, from enclosures and brackets to panels and assemblies. With its strength, durability, and versatility, sheet metal serves as a cornerstone material in numerous industries, including construction, automotive, HVAC, and electronics, providing cost-effective solutions for diverse applications.

Sheet metal

Welding is a fundamental joining process that plays a critical role in manufacturing, construction, and repair industries. It involves the fusion of materials, typically metals, using heat, pressure, or both to create a strong and permanent bond. Various welding techniques are employed, including arc welding, MIG welding, TIG welding, and resistance welding, each suited to specific materials and applications. Skilled welders ensure proper joint preparation, welding parameters, and post-welding treatments to achieve desired mechanical properties and quality standards. Welding finds applications across a wide range of industries, from automotive and aerospace to infrastructure and shipbuilding, providing essential connections and structural integrity in diverse structures and components.


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