Metal Fabrication

We have a specialized processes like CNC Fiber Laser cutting, CNC Fiber Tube laser cutting, CNC Hydraulic press brakes, Laser welding, MIG / TIG, Stud and Spot welding processes.

The Plant layout is well planned to handle all types of Fabrication. EOT cranes / Material handling stackers and Trollies are installed for easy handling of Heavy assemblies.

We have a talented Design team who are well experienced to work in Solid Works, Auto CAD and other soft wares.

The Fabrication and Powder coating processes are adequately strengthened with Talented Engineers. We are well experienced in understanding the customer needs and ensuring Timely Delivery with well-defined high standards of Quality products.

We always practice, empowering our employees to take decisions in the interest of customers in making the customers’ requirements are addressed to their satisfaction.

Technology Used for Metal Fabrication

While metal fabrication has existed in some form for millennia, the practices and technology have evolved significantly over time. Many of the basic processes have been around for centuries, but there are significant innovations that have revolutionized how we fabricate metal products in the modern world. Some of the most significant types of metal fabrication technology that are now at the forefront of the fabrication process include:

  • CAD software: Computer-aided design (CAD) software plays a significant role in the design of metal fabrication projects. Engineers use CAD software to develop designs, which can then be used by a fabrication company in the fabrication process. This software system allows for the production of 3D models as well as quick updates and changes to the design. CAD software also facilitates easy translations to programming language for programming fabrication machinery. Computer-aided design has made parts much easier to fine-tune, and it allows engineers to figure out crucial information instantaneously, including information on spots that may be structurally weak.
  • Automation: Automation has revolutionized the fabrication process in recent years. Fabrication machinery is increasingly being produced with programming capabilities, allowing the machinery to automatically complete projects to specifications with minimal human involvement. This allows for round-the-clock work, as well as improved reproducibility and precision. Automated tools are available for a wide range of processes, including cutting, welding, folding and various machining processes.
  • Machinery: Machinery solutions are also improving over time. Laser technology is being used in cutting processes, which allows for faster cutting through thicker materials. Other technologies, including plasma cutting and waterjet cutting, are also increasingly available. These methods are valuable for a range of different project and material types.

Our technologies are expected to expand in the coming years, especially as fabricators push for greater flexibility in their equipment.

Frequently Asked Question

Fabrication is a good career choice for those who like to use their hands to make things that last and make a difference in people’s lives. It also offers an opportunity to innovate and work with advanced technologies.

While ‘fabrication’ can mean to lie (see ‘Etymology’ section above), in this case it means to construct an item, usually from standardized parts through a range of processes. Fabrication covers a broad range of applications, from fabricating a house from manufactured parts or fabricating components for a machine. For example, steel fabrication is the production of metal items or structures using processes like cutting, bending and assembling.

Fabrication services tend to be offered by a fabrication shop to produce products and parts. These include processes such as cutting, stamping, punching and forming, and will tend to be related to working in metals such as Mild Steel, Stainless Steel or Aluminum. The services may be aligned to design and engineering advice and can be provided for clients across a Range of Industries.

There is a lot of cross-over between fabrication and manufacturing, which can make it difficult to understand the difference between the two. Fabrication is using processes to create component parts that can be used to make a product or structure, as well as the process of constructing an item from standardized parts. Manufacturing, meanwhile, is the processing of raw materials into a finished product that can be sold to a consumer.

Fabrication tools are those that are used to fabricate parts or products. They will differ according to the material being fabricated but can include items such as metal cutting saws, beveling tools, deburring tools, angle grinders, shears, wire cutters, drills, punches, stamps, sheet rolling equipment, and more.

Fabrication techniques are the processes that are used to shape, cut or mold materials into items. Common fabrication techniques include cutting, forming, punching, stamping, shearing and welding – you can find out more about these techniques above.

Pretty much everything around you that is manufactured, from the chair you are sitting on to the device you are reading this on, has some level of fabrication involved. Without fabrication we wouldn’t be able to use electrical systems or create items for our kitchens, bathrooms, businesses, homes, vehicles and more. Fabricated items include screws and bolts, cutlery, pipe fittings, and even tools. It is hard to imagine modern society without these fabricated items, which can be produced quickly and efficiently by industry.