Successful engineering companies use a combination of
expert knowledge, experience and continuous investment in machinery and staff.
Custom fabrication services require all of these elements and more as quality
and production costs are the top priority. Custom fabrication is a specialist
process whether you’re machining steel or aluminium.
Metal fabrication, for example, involves a wide range
of skills and disciplines from profiling, bending and forming, cropping, welding
to assembly and finishing. While technology, machinery and computer-aided
design software have led to advanced custom fabrication services, there is still
no substitute for experience.
An engineering company can only be successful with
high-quality custom fabrication coupled with expert knowledge, experience and
continuous investment. We’re not only talking about investing in equipment but
also staff training and hiring. In order to provide the quality and service
excellence customers deserve, equipment and staff must be of the highest level.
There are three core factors that determine success in manufacturing and that includes production cost, quality and speed. While each component plays a crucial role, manufacturers must fully commit to all three to reach and remain within the top tier.
Let’s take a look at some of the recent fabrication projects at PRV Engineering and find out more about coded welding and finishing.
Metalwork fabrication is a broad term referring to processes involving cutting, shaping or moulding metals into a final product. It is a specialist process that requires expertly trained staff and cutting-edge machinery. Metal components are widely available in a variety of dimensions and materials including sheet metal, metal rods and metal bars.
For the most part, good metalwork fabrication shops can produce products in a wide range of shapes and sizes. Manufacturers often require a non-standard component or a unique metal product which means they need custom fabrication services. It provides them with design and production assistance for built-to-order parts. Continue reading →