Sheet metal cutting can be done in various ways, from hand tools called tin snips up to very large powered shears. With the development of technology, sheet metal cutting has turned to computers for precise cutting. Many sheet metal cutting operations are based on computer numerically controlled (CNC) laser cutting or multi-tool CNC punch press.
1. Thin sheet metal stock is placed on a flat bed, moving CNC laser over the surface of the metal.
2. Oxygen, nitrogen or air is fed through the nozzle from which the laser beam exits.
3. The sheet metal is heated and burnt by the laser beam, then cut it.
You could choose aluminum, brass, copper, steel, tin, nickel and titanium etc. For decorative uses, important sheet metals include silver, gold, and platinum etc.
Choose from hundreds of in-house hardware inserts specifically designed for sheet metal fabrication.
Auto parts, medical devices, home appliances, robotics, scientific instruments etc.
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|Materials||Material Category||Attributes / Applications|
|304 Stainless Steel||Metal||/|
|316 Stainless Steel||Metal||/|
|Aluminum Alloys - 2017||Metal||/|
|Aluminum Alloys - 5052||Metal||/|
|Aluminum Alloys - 6061||Metal||/|
|Aluminum Alloys - 6063||Metal||/|
|Aluminum Alloys - 6082||Metal||/|
For more specific materials, please feel free to contact our engineers.
After machining, surface finishes are applied and customers can select the appearance, surface roughness, hardness and chemical resistance of the finished parts as they like. What surface finishing can I get? Click Here