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    We are providing different types of fabrication services, where the most demanded are:

    1. Cutting  - the saw, plasma torches, water jets, lasers.
    2. Folding - Some parts need to be bent. The most common method is a press brake. It has a set of dies that pinches the metal to form a crease. This operation can only be performed in very specific cases due to the range of movement of the part during the bending process and the possible shape of the dies.  Sometimes using two different types of fabrication processes or two different pieces fastened together work better than one complicated piece.
    3. Machining - This is the process of removing metal from a piece of material. It might be done on a lathe, where the material rotates against a cutting tool, or in some other cutting machine where a rotating tool is moved in a variety of ways against a stationary piece. Drills fall into this latter category. The range of motion of the cutting head is defined by the number of axes (i.e. a 3-axis machine)
    4. Punching - is the act of a punch and a die forming a scissor effect on a piece of metal to make a hole in it. Obviously, the punch and die must be the same shape and size of the desired hole. In some cases, the main piece of material is kept, as in when holes are added for fasteners. In other cases, the piece that is removed is the desired product-this is called “blanking”.
    5. Shearing -     Shearing is the process of making a long cut on a piece of metal. It is, in effect, just like the action of one of those paper cutters with the long chop-handle. This is done on sheet metal.
    6. Stamping  - is very similar to punching, except the material is not cut. The die is shaped to make a raised portion of material rather than penetrating
    7. Welding - the act of joining two pieces of metal together. A variety of types of welding exist for use in different applications and for the range of metals used in manufacturing
    8. Additive Manufacturing - This is a relatively new technology. In effect, a machine layers material to form a part. It functions similarly to a three-dimensional printer that produces components in plastic (or other similar materials) but can be done at much larger scale and with more varied materials than typical printers.

    Also, we realize many projects on wood products fabrication.