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Aluminum 6061

Aluminum 5052

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Copper 101Copper C110

Copper 260 (Brass)

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Stainless steel 301

Stainless steel 304

Stainless steel 316/316L

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Steel 1018 (Low Carbon)

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Bronze 220

Bronze 510

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How Does Sheet Metal Fabrication Work?

There are 3 common stages in the sheet metal fabrication process, all of which can be completed with various types of fabrication tools.
Material Removal: During this stage, the raw workpiece is cut to the desired shape. There are many types of tools and machining processes which can remove metal from the workpiece.
Material Deformation (forming): The raw metal piece is bent or formed into a 3D shape without removing any material. There are many types of processes which can shape the workpiece.
Assembling: The completed product may be assembled from several processed workpieces.
Many facilities offer finishing services as well. Finishing processes are usually necessary before a sheet metal-derived product is ready for market.

Available Sheet Metal Finishes

Finishing sheet metal is one of the most critical steps in making sure the product not only works, but works for as long as possible.  Leaving some types of metal unfinished can lead to devastating corrosion or currents flowing where they shouldn't. 

The types of finishes that can be used for sheet metal are no different from those used for other metalworking processes.  The suitability of a finish depends largely on the individual requirements of the part and the characteristics of the material chosen. 

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