Sheet Metal Fabrication - All Types of Metal Work.
Precision Metals provide a fabrication service that caters for all types of metal work. From bending, cutting, welding and de-burring, we have the machinery in house to handle all jobs big and small. Fabrication is the process of manipulating and preparing raw materials for a variety of purposes. Should a company need anything from sheet metal panels through to highly detailed parts for the automotive and building industry, our machines can be used to produce these objects quickly and accurately. We work with a variety of materials including Aluminium, Brass, Copper, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel & Titanium.
Our AMADA HFE II Press Brake can fold metals of various thickness and sizes with its large working envelope. Sheet Metal folding is part of the forming stage within metal sheet fabrication and can be a complex process. Our folding equipment provides a wide selection of angles so that we can shape your desired sheet with ease. Precision Metals are experts at all aspects of sheet metal fabrication and we have a wealth of experience across various sectors including Oil & Gas, Railway, Agricultural, Construction, Electrical and Catering industries.
Sheet Metal Finishing - Cutting, Welding, Grinding & De-burring
The design and manufacture of sheet metal components is at the heart of Precision Metals. Whether your requirements are for small batches or larger production runs, we are able to offer a rapid and flexible turnaround. Complementing our core fabrication machinery, we have an AMADA GSII Guillotine which gives us the capability to cut a range of materials in various thicknesses. Whether it's mild steel, stainless steel or aluminium, we can create any size, shape or complexity of product that you require. All components are subjected to a rigorous de-burring, grinding and dressing procedure to ensure the highest quality surface finish.
Our welding facilities offer extensive coverage of all ferrous and non-ferrous materials including aluminium, mild steel and stainless steel. Our welders use both MIG and TIG welding techniques. MIG welding is the process of using electricity and gas to melt and join pieces of metal together and gives a good weld bead. TIG can be used to weld stainless steel, aluminium, even two dissimilar metals and is handy for making tricky welds.