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What Is Sheet Metal Fabrication?
Sheet metal fabrication is a process that is used to shape and form thin, flat metal sheets by cutting, bending, punching, and welding them into various shapes. Different metals, such as brass, steel, copper, tin, titanium, and aluminum, are formed and configured using sheet metal fabrication. Parts formed from sheet metal fabrication can be used in a wide range of industries, namely construction, automotive, aircraft, consumer products, furniture, and HVAC.
Hord offers competitive, custom sheet metal fabricating prices for low volume prototypes and cost savings for high volume production runs.
Sheet Metal Materials Available
Aluminum
Aluminum 6061
Aluminum 5052
Copper
Copper 101
Copper C110
Copper 260 (Brass)
Bronze
Bronze 220
Bronze 510
Stainless Steel
Stainless steel 301
Stainless steel 304
Stainless steel 316/316L
Steel
Steel 1018 (Low Carbon)
Available Sheet Metal Finishes
Standard
Bead Blast
Anodize (Type II Or Type III)
Chem Film (Chromate Conversion Coating)
Powder Coat
Electroless Nickel Plating
Gold Plating
Silver Plating
Sheet Metal Applications
Sheet metal is a versatile manufacturing process for a range of metal components. The process can support high-volume commodity products and low-volume, one-of-a-kind applications. Common sheet metal parts include:

Electrical enclosure
Parts for computer electronics
Chassis
Brackets
Cabinets
Mounts
Advantages of Sheet Metal Fabrication
The sheet metal fabrication process is ideal for metal components and can support both prototyping and production quantities.
  • Low material waste
  • Multiple finishing options
  • Can cost-effectively scale to production volumes
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