Metal fabrication process
Metal fabrication is a process that builds metal structures through cutting, bending, and assembly processes.This is a value-added process involving the creation of machines, parts and structures from various raw materials. The manufacturing shop will usually bid according to the engineering drawings, and if the contract is awarded, the product will be built. Large factory stores use a variety of value-added processes in a factory or facility, including welding, cutting, forming, and machining. These large-scale processing plants provide added value to their customers by limiting the need for buyers to find multiple suppliers for different services. Metalworking usually begins with a process map that includes precise measurements, then goes to the manufacturing stage and finally goes to the final project installation.
Several Raw materials can be used during metal fabrication, such as Plate metal, tube metal, formed metal, castings and machined components. And several processes will be involved, from machining, welding, forming, casting, painting to powder coating to final assembly.
Many fabrication shops have specialty processes which they develop or invest in, based on their customers' needs and their expertise:
Typical Metal fabrication projects include loose components, structural frameworks for buildings and heavy equipment, and stairways and handrails for buildings.