Purpose of Metal Fabrication

The metal production process includes engineering (design), cutting, forming, joining, assembling or finishing. In industrial terms, this activity refers to metal building structures with the stages of cutting, bending and assembling. metal fabrication it self is a process that must be passed by heavy industrial projects.

Cutting. In the manufacture of cutting parts includes the process of sawing, polishing and chiseling. This part is usually done manually. Burning. Use a handheld cutting torch (such as an oxygen cutting torch or a plasma cutting torch) for combustion. In addition, cutting is also done by CNC cutting, using torches, air jets or lasers for more complex methods of bending. Bent sections can be finished with a manual or machine hammer, or by pressing brakes and similar tools.

The assembly part is combining several parts into one unit. This is accomplished by welding, bonding with adhesives, threaded fasteners, rivets or keels, etc. The raw material that is often used in the manufacture is a series of works consisting of several existing materials in the form of plates, tubes or steel profiles, which are gradually assembled and formed into a certain shape according to certain items, so that it can be installed in a mold. Series production and construction tools. There are usually two types of manufacturing work, namely workshop manufacturing and on-site manufacturing. In the form of steel structure and sheet metal.

Workshop Fabrication is a fabrication and construction process carried out in a building or buildings, where various tools and machines are prepared to carry out the production process and other manufacturing tasks, such as: welding machines, cutting machines, bending machines, bridge cranes and other workplaces. -Laser processing is a manufacturing and construction process that is carried out outside the building or workshop, more precisely the work is carried out in an open area (the location where the building will be built). The assembly process, the welding process, the finishing process, the sandblasting and painting process, as well as the building installation process.

During the manufacturing process, various machines are installed to support the smooth running of manufacturing work, including: Paper roll bending machine Joint machine Welding machine Shot blasting machine Paint machine And others. Equipment was also installed, including: Bridge cranes Materials transport Piping installation Acetylene carbon dioxide gas Air compressors Water piping and electrical installation Telephone installation Machinery installation Local network installation etc.

Materials used for manufacture include: Carbon steel plate Steel sections Unstained aluminum Same for pipes Other metal types Completed production projects include: Conveyor jumper ducts Stage dust collector structures Storage tanks and others

Manufacturing workshops are fabrication work carried out in one or more buildings. Inside the building, various tools and machines are provided to carry out production and manufacturing processes, such as welding machines, panel cutting machines, bending machines, bridge cranes.

The fourth stage of manufacture is the process of assembling and assembling the material into its final form. This process is also called “spot welding” or “fillet welding” fitter, which is an assembly process before the material is assembled permanently by welding by a welder. Spot welding is critical to locking in the finish. Whether it’s in the framework of plates, profiles or pipes, so that when welding the next welding stage it won’t move. That is, the process of cleaning and grinding all surface materials from waste and other materials. The finishing process in the manufacturing process is a process used to remove steel from manufacturing process residue, such as rough edges produced during the cutting process. The finishing process is usually done using a wheel machine, and process

That is, the process of using heat energy to connect two metal parts. This is how the welder partially melts the base metal and filler metal to make a continuous, permanent joint. The quality of the welding results depends on the skill of the craftsman himself.

On-site manufacturing is manufacturing work carried out outside the building or workshop building, more precisely manufacturing work carried out in an open area. This on-site manufacturing is mainly for manufacturers, resulting in a series of architectural structures on which buildings will be erected. Starting from material delivery, material cutting and drilling, welding, assembly, finishing, sandblasting and painting processes to the steel structure installation process, all manufacturing work processes will be carried out here.

After the production material arrives, the mark process is carried out, namely direct measurements and sketches are carried out on all materials, and the sandblasting process is carried out using air pressure to blow up all the materials.