Sheet metal fabrication services range from low-volume prototype to high-volume production runs.

Sheet Metal Fabrication Service

Sheet metal fabrication services range from low-volume prototype to high-volume production runs.

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Custom laser cutting & sheet metal parts

Available materials for Sheet metal fabrication

Here is a list of our standard Sheet metal fabrication materials available through our online platform.

Aluminum Stainless steel Other steels Other metal
5052 303 Mild steel 1018 Brass C360
3003 304 Mild steel 1045 Copper C101
6061-T6 316/316L Mild steel A36 Copper C110
6082 17-4 Alloy steel 4140 Copper7521
7075 420 Alloy steel 4340 Brass C260
5083     Nickel
More materials and heat treatments are available upon request

Available surface finishes for Sheet metal fabrication

Surface finishes are applied after machining and can change the appearance, surface roughness, hardness and chemical resistance of the produced parts.

  Name Description
As Cut (Natural) Parts are cut or machined from the machine. Minor tool marks will be visible on the part. It can be deburred upon request.
Bead Blasted / Sand Blasted Bead blasting adds a uniform matte or satin surface finish on a machined part, removing all tool marks. Mainly used for aesthetic purposes.
Anodized Clear or Color (type II) Anodizing adds a thin, hard, non-conductive ceramic coating on the surface of aluminum parts, increasing their corrosion and wear resistance. Available in a variety of colors.
Powder Coated Powder coating adds a thin layer of strong, wear and corrosion resistant protective polymer paint on the surface of a part. Available in a large range of colors.
Black Oxide Black Oxide is a conversion coating used to improve corrosion resistance and minimize light reflection.
Brushing Brushing is produced by polishing the metal with grit resulting in a unidirectional satin finish.
Galvanizing Galvanizing is primarily used to change the surface properties of an object (such as abrasion and wear resistance, corrosion protection, lubricity, aesthetic qualities)
Silk-Screening Silk screens can be used to add personality and style to most metal surfaces. While silk screening may seem like a daunting task, it is actually fairly simple. With a few basic printing tools you can create any number of one-of-a-kind designs.
Wet Painting Wet painting is the traditional (although technologized) process of applying liquid paint to a metal product for finishing. Most sheet metal fabrication processes will use a spray, pump, or pressurized vessel to deliver the wet paint evenly.
E-Coating (High & Low) E-coating is an immersion wet paint finishing process that uses electrical current to attract the paint product to a metal surface. It has superior corrosion resistance and environmentally friendly.