Yes, we provide finishing services on perforated sheet metals, including sandblasting, powder coating, and anodizing.
We can also customize the finishing to meet your specific requirements.
Yes, this is commonly done with laser-cutting technology. This uses a laser beam to cut and shape materials with precision. Laser cutting is often used for metal perforations because of its ability to create intricate and detailed shapes. As well as its speed and accuracy.
Common metals that can be perforated include aluminum, steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, titanium, and various alloys.
It typically depends on the size of the hole punch being used.
Generally, most hole punches we used have a maximum paper size of A4 (8.27″ x 11.69″).
We highly recommend those that are corrosion-resistant and have a good UV protective coating are the best! Stainless steel, aluminum, and other alloys are all suitable options.
Moreover, powder coating or other paint finish is applied to protect the metal from the elements.
You can consider perforated galvanized metal due to its strength and corrosion resistance. It is primarily used in the construction of ceilings and walls. As well as for air vent grilles, acoustic panels, and decorative designs.
The metal’s galvanized coating prevents it from rusting – greatly extends its lifespan.
Yes, it is possible. There are several types of coatings that can be applied. It will be depending on the application and the desired finish. For example, galvanizing, powder coating, and anodizing are all possible coating options.
Yes, we can. The most common method for doing so is laser perforation. This process uses a focused laser beam to cut or vaporize the material. Other methods include mechanical perforation, which uses a tool to drill through the material. Chemical etching is also a great method. It uses a chemical reaction to create the perforations.
This is done using a punch press and a punch dies. It is specifically designed to create a hole in the metal with a predetermined margin. The punch and die are placed against the metal. And the punch press is used to force the punch through the metal. Results in creating a hole with a margin.
If the pattern you want isn’t available, your options are to either modify an existing pattern to meet your needs. Another option is to have a custom pattern designed specifically for your project. Please discuss your specific needs with us!
The materials we mostly used are made from 85% recycled materials and 60% from nonrecycled contents. As per your requirement, we are ready to work with you.
A finished end margin on perforated metal refers to a metal edge that has been cut to a precise size and shape.
While, the unfinished end margin refers to the metal edge that has been left with its natural, rough shape.
Yes. This process is often used to create custom-shaped holes in materials such as steel, aluminum, copper, and stainless steel.
Perforated coils can be used for many applications, including ventilation, filtration, and decorative purposes. Our team specializes in coil perforations. We used high-tech machinery to create precision cuts and patterns.
Yes, mounting holes can be added to sheet metal if you requested. This can be done through a drilling process, punching, tapping, and countersinking.
Depending on the type of sheet metal and the size of the mounting hole, the specific process may differ.
It actually depends on the material type and the perforating technology being used.
Generally, the minimum thickness of metal that can be perforated is 0.015″ and the maximum thickness can be up to 1.00″. For other materials, such as plastics, paper, and fabrics, the minimum and maximum thicknesses vary. As it depends on the material and perforating technology used.
This depends on the type of perforating equipment to use and the type of material to be perforated.
Generally, the larger the perforating machine, the larger the perforation size. The thicker the material, the larger the perforation size.
But if you have your hole size requirements, talk with us to discuss your needs.
We understand the importance of having materials that remain flat after the perforation process. That’s why we’ve invested in the best precision leveling equipment available. Our in-house levelers can accommodate various materials, thicknesses, and sizes.
Our fabrication and perforating divisions have highly efficient shipping departments. And it has custom packaging cells to safely deliver your orders.
We can also print your own logo on the package for effective advertising.
The cost of perforated metal will vary depending on the material (aluminum, steel, etc.), size of the holes, material thickness, and pattern types.
To get an accurate estimate, contact us for a quote. Our estimators will quickly evaluate your requirement.
It depends on the complexity of the projects. But typically you can expect to receive a quote within 24 to 72 hours.
Highly dependent on the type of perforated metal being purchased, its availability, and the delivery method chosen.
Generally speaking, it can take anywhere between 2-3 weeks to receive your orders. It totally depends on the specific order details.
- We use alternative materials for specific purposes, such as lighter-gauge sheet metal or plastic.
- Our team re-evaluates the current manufacturing process and identifies potential areas for cost savings.
- We utilize high-efficiency machinery and advanced equipment that can reduce production time. Plus improve efficiency!
- We offer quantity discounts for large orders.
- Also, we negotiate and establish long-term contracts with suppliers to reduce the cost of materials.
- Our experts use quality control measures to reduce waste and improve quality.
- We develop strategies to reduce scrap, such as cutting and punching processes that minimize material waste.
- Our team considers a more efficient delivery method, such as using a third-party logistics company.
- We utilize advanced technologies such as CAD/CAM software to streamline the design process.