Cutting metal is achieved with many different methods. Secondary services from distributors offer professional precision in cutting metal materials. Learn the benefits of choosing a quality metal distributor for your industrial metal-cutting services.
DIYers and grill enthusiasts understand what it takes to achieve a perfectly seared steak that is grilled to perfection. Premium grill grates manufactured from high-quality materials like stainless steel and cast iron help achieve the desired results.
Gone are the days of painstakingly cutting massive metal slabs by hand and filing and sanding them to pinpoint accuracy. Today, companies utilize metal cutting methods such as laser cutting and conventional mechanical cutting.
HD plasma is a cutting process that erodes material by applying an electrode arc within a superheated gas plasma stream. The plasma cutting system directs the arc while blasting out the material from the cut. HD plasma cutting is not recommended for small
Tube laser cutting is a state-of-the-art process designed to cut tubes, structural shapes, channels, and some formed or extruded shapes to meet specific application requirements.
​Laser and plasma cutting services provide a highly effective way to accurately cut small, medium, and large metal pieces to the required specifications.
Certain tube processing applications require custom metal fabrication cutting services that are clean and efficient and minimize the need for secondary processing.
ATP-5 and Mic 6 are both popular aluminum tooling plate materials used in various industries for their excellent dimensional stability characteristics and machining properties. While they share some similarities, they also have a few key differences....
Over the last 40 years, laser technologies have improved steadily throughout nearly all industrial sectors. The development of fiber and CO2 laser cutting machines has steadily improved productivity in various aspects of industrial manufacturing.
Wrought iron and cast iron are often confused as the same metal when they are two completely different materials.
There are several factors to consider when choosing a stainless steel alloy including corrosion resistance, weldability, cost, and process temperature.
Choosing a suitable metal for a project is much like choosing the right bullet for a gun. If the characteristics and specifications of the bullet and gun do not properly align, the gun will not be able to fire. The same is true for metal.
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