Metals for Sheet Metal Fabrication

Our material range encompasses a variety of metals including stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and brass, each chosen for its unique properties and suitability for diverse applications.

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Gallery of Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials

Aluminum sheet metal fabricated part


High strength-to-weight ratio and excellent wear resistance.


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stainless steel sheet metal fabricated part

Stainless steel

High hatdness and good corrosion resistance.


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Steel sheet metal fabricated part


Easy to process, good electrical conductivity.


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Copper sheet metal fabricated part


Superior electrical conductivity.


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Finishes and Post-Processing Options

We offer a wide range of surface finishes for sheet metal fabrication parts.

sheet metal part with anodizing


sheet metal part with sand blasting

Sand blasting

sheet metal part with powder coating

Powder coating

sheet metal part with brushing


sheet metal part with silk screen

Silk screen

sheet metal part with painting


sheet metal part with laser marking

Laser marking

FAQs About Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials

The most common materials used in sheet metal fabrication include steel (carbon steel, stainless steel), aluminum, copper, brass, and various alloys such as titanium alloys.

Steel offers high strength, durability, and excellent weldability, making it suitable for structural applications. Aluminum is lightweight, corrosion-resistant, and offers good thermal and electrical conductivity, making it ideal for applications requiring lightweight components or high corrosion resistance.

Stainless steel offers superior corrosion resistance, high strength-to-weight ratio, and excellent mechanical properties at both high and low temperatures. It is commonly used in industries such as aerospace, automotive, food processing, and medical equipment where hygiene, durability, and corrosion resistance are critical.

Surface finishes such as painting, powder coating, anodizing can be applied to sheet metal parts to enhance appearance, corrosion resistance, and durability. It is essential to choose surface treatment methods based on the material properties and desired finish requirements.

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