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Fabrication

Fabrication is a broad term that refers to the industrial processes that convert raw materials into finished parts. Metal fabrication, in particular, refers to the processes that shape metal sheet and other metals into finished products.

Casting
Melting metal into a liquid form and pouring it into a mould is known as casting. The metal hardens into the predefined shape as it cools. Manufacturers can produce identical metal components repetitively using permanent mould castings.

Cutting
Metal workpieces are cut into smaller pieces by cutting. Plasma cutting, waterjet cutting, laser cutting, and mechanical tool cutting are some of the techniques used. Metal fabricators can trimmed metal sheets and bars into various shapes. They choose the best cutting methods based on the materials’ mechanical, water, and heat resistance, as well as the design’s complexity.

Cutting
Metal workpieces are cut into smaller pieces by cutting. Plasma cutting, waterjet cutting, laser cutting, and mechanical tool cutting are some of the techniques used. Metal fabricators can trimmed metal sheets and bars into various shapes. They choose the best cutting methods based on the materials’ mechanical, water, and heat resistance, as well as the design’s complexity.

Machining
Machining, like cutting, splits metal into pieces by cutting through it. Machined processes, on the other hand, are used to fine tune a workpiece by eliminating extra material, which is then discarded or reused. Drilling holes, turning to create a smoothed contour, and milling to remove excess material are all common machining processes.

Welding
Welding is used to make parts, internal structures, and equipment in almost every industry. Welders are frequently used in the construction, automotive, and aerospace industries to construct everything from large-scale pieces to intricate assemblies. Welding is also becoming a popular method of creating art.

MIG Welding
MIG welding can be divided into two types. One method is to use bare wire as a filler to connect thin metal parts. The other joins the parent parts with a flux core. This MIG welding process is widely known for outdoor applications because it does not require a constant connection. Gas Metal Arc Welding is another name for MIG welding (GMAW).

Stick Welding
Stick welding, also known as arc welding, is a method of joining two parts using an electrode welding rod. It works on filthy materials, cast iron, and materials exposed to harsh weather. It is considered one of the strongest welds due to the thickness of the weld. The parent materials, on the other hand, contributeĀ to the overall strength of a weld.

TIG Welding
TIG welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), joins pieces by using a rod feed and a torch to generate heat and an arc. This welding technique is extremely versatile and can be used with aluminium, cobalt, copper alloys, nickel alloys, steel, and titanium.

Orbital Welding
A rotating arc encircles a fixed set of pieces in orbital welding techniques. This method produces a more consistent weld in a variety of situations, such as forĀ a fixed pipe, and is well known for producing repeatable results.

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