Sheet Metal

We support sheet metal fabrication for rapid prototyping, assemblies, and production.

Sheet Metal



– Plasma Cutting

Uses an accelerated jet of hot plasma to cut through electrically conductive materials

– Laser Cutting

Directs a high-power laser through optics to cut materials

– Water Jet Cutting

Directs a high-pressure jet of water and an abrasive substance to cut materials

– Sheet Metal Brake

Flat surface and a clamping bar which will come down and hold the material firmly during the bend

– Sheet Metal Punch

Uses a punch press to force a tool through the workpiece to create a hole via shearing

– Welding

Brings parts cut from two or more gauges of sheet metal together into one fabrication



– Aluminum
  • Aluminum 5052
– Copper
  • Copper 101
  • Copper C110
  • Copper 260 (Brass)
– Steel
  • Stainless Steel 301
  • Stainless Steel 304
  • Stainless Steel 316/316L
  • Steel 1018



  – Durable parts for functional prototypes and end use
  – Wide variety of materials to fit attributes such as conductivity, strength, weight, and corrosion/chemical resistance
  – Custom finishes (anodizing, plating, powder coating, painting)


Get a quote today!