Sheet Metalworking

Sheet Metalworking 2018-02-17T00:52:18+00:00

Manufacturing Process

Sheet metalworking includes cutting and forming operations performed on relatively thin sheets of metal. Typical sheet-metal thicknesses are between 0.4 mm (1/64 in) and 6 mm (1/4 in). The sheet or plate stock used in sheet metalworking is produced by flat rolling. Sheet-metal processing is usually performed at room
temperature (cold working).

Sheet Metal Equipment & Operations

Trumpe, Fanuc CNC (Japan), Fanuc Wirecut (Japan), Charmille Wirecut (Switzerland), Ona Wirecut (Spain)

Automatic Lathe

Painting (wet, powder)

Coordinate Measuring Machine (CMM)

Welding line

Full Line Sheet Metal Operation including:

  • Brakeform
  • Cold Bump Forming
  • Hot Joggle
  • Hot Forming
  • Hand Forming (Shrink/Stretch)
  • Roll Forming
  • NC Routing

Full Line Machining Operation including:

  • CNC Tapping / Drill Centre
  • CNC Lathe
  • CNC Auto Lathe
  • Double/Single Sided Grinding

Various Sophisticated Measuring Instruments including:

  • Projector
  • Microscope
  • Numerical Controlled 3-Coordinate Measuring and Color-Meter

Full Line Metal Finishing including:

  • Wet/Powder Coat Painting
  • Anodizing
  • Nickel Plating, etc.

Benefits

  • Server Chassis

  • Product housing

Applications

  • Server Chassis

  • Product housing

Production Cost Comparison

Die Casting
Extrusion
Cold Forging
Folded Fins
Heat Pipes
Stacked Fins
Skived Fins

Tooling Cost Comparison

Die Casting
Extrusion
Cold Forging
Folded Fins
Heat Pipes
Stacked Fins
Skived Fins

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