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Sheet Metal Cabinets Manufacturer: Daksh Tools is a major manufacturer and exporter of Mechanical Engineering products like Sheet Metal Cabinet, and fabricated components. These Sheet Metal Enclosures & Chassis are widely used in electrical, electronics, security and Telecom industries. Manufacturer of street light enclosure, street light enclosures, solar street light enclosure, solar street light enclosure manufacturers, solar street light enclosure exporters, solar street light enclosures India. Manufacturer of Sheet Metal Cabinets, UPS Cabinets, Online UPS Cabinets, Scientific Equipment Enclosure, Sheet Metal Enclosures, sheet metal cabinets, LED Light, LED Light Cabinet, Solar LED Light, Cabinet, Box Chassis, Solar UPS, Solar UPS Cabinet, Solar Cabinet, Box, Case, Solar Case, Solar Inverter Case, Solar Panel Bracket, Bracket, Set Top Box, Set Top Box Stand, Set Top Box Holder, Wall Mounted Set Top Box Holder, Wall Mounted Set Top Box Stand. Manufacturing and Exporting to USA, Canada, UK, Ireland, Germany, Russia, Romania, South Africa, UAE and Australia.

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Stainless Steel Fabrication: Stainless Steel Fabrication Suppliers- Custom fabricator of stainless steel parts and products. Capabilities are rolling, press brake forming, thermal and non-thermal cutting, welding, punching, bending, drilling, milling, turning, and machining. Other materials processed includes aluminum, carbon steel, stainless steel, and galvanized steel. Industries served include Automotive, LED Lighting, Solar Mounting Systems, Electronic, Electrical, Telecommunication, Car Wash and Live Stock Handling.

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Custom Metal Parts Fabrication: Daksh Tools is a leading Custom Metal & Sheet Metal Parts Fabrication Manufacturer in India. We provide the best quality of fabricated materials with durability and resistance against corrosion. We are thus among the leading Metal Fabricators & Manufacturers in the country and worldwide. Our processes include Stamping, CNC milling, CNC turning (lathe), rapid prototyping, laser cutting, waterjet cutting, plasma cutting, punching, bending, milling and more. We machine aluminum, steel, stainless steel, sheet metal, galvanized steel, brass, and copper. We specialize in Custom Metal Fabrication, provides a full range of metal fabrication services to meet customer specifications in India. Our services include: Design Engineering, Cutting, Punching, Bending, Metal Fabrication, Welding, Assembly, Grinding, Milling, Buffing, Stamping, and Powder Coating.

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What are Laser Cutting Machines? Laser cutting machines allow metal fabricators to create high-quality parts that require very little, if any, finishing work. As the high-powered laser is cutting, excess material is either melts, burns or vaporizes away. A high pressure jet of gas also blows away any debris, resulting in a highly finished surface cut. Two types of laser cutting machines in use today are CO2 and Nd:YAG. CO2 laser cutting machines were one of the first gas lasers and are the most common variety of laser cutting machine. They offer an excellent power input output ratio, as efficient as 20 percent. Nd:YAG lasers are solid state and use a crystal as a lasing medium. They cut steel and other alloys in the metal working industry. Laser Cutting vs. Mechanical Cutting Laser cutting machines are distinct from traditional mechanical cutters. Since the laser never makes physical contact with the metal, there is little to no wear on the equipment, and there is less opportunity for the material to become contaminated. Laser cutting machines also cut metal with higher precision than that of mechanical means. In mechanical cutting, there is usually a wide heat affected zone that can cause material warping from time to time. Thanks to laser cutting machines, the heat affected zone is kept small, thus reducing the possibility of warped material. Although laser cutting offers numerous advantages, it also consumes a very high level of energy, making it more difficult for a conventional machine shop to incorporate into its metal fabrication system. Benefits of Laser Cutting Machines Laser cutting machines offer a substantial number of benefits for consideration when selecting a cutting device. Besides its advantages over conventional mechanicaplasma cuttingl cutting, laser cutting is a quiet process. Safety is also important and, as a result, most laser machines are fully enclosed to prevent accidents. Lasers are equipped with computer touch screens, so workers can plot out design alterations for prototypes and large part runs. The lasers progress quickly because of high feed rates and equipment speed. Workers can also cut multiple jobs in one run by storing inventory on site. Laser Cutting Machine Considerations While exceptional for cutting steel and other hard metals, laser cutting machines typically do not function well on highly reflective metals, like copper and aluminum. Since these metals easily reflect the lasers light and also absorb its heat, highly-powered beams are required to cut them. When piercing, laser cutting machines create slightly tapered holes. due to the hole entry being slightly larger in diameter than the exit. Since laser cutting melts the material in the beam’s path, metal can harden in the puncture, especially in heat treated material. While this may be beneficial for some applications, this issue can be detrimental to those requiring further work, like threading. Content Credit:

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Manufacturer of complex, high-precision custom metal stampings and assemblies for the automotive, electronics, consumer goods, military and medical device industries. Capabilities include custom design engineering assistance, rapid prototyping, tooling, production, assembly, various secondary operations, and inventory and program management. Design and production process includes 3D design, Ability to handle a wide range of materials. Manufacturer of India, exporting to USA, Canada, Ireland, South Africa, Germany and Australia.

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Stainless Steel Fabricated Parts: We specialize in various areas such as sheet metal fabrication, laser cutting and custom metal fabrication in Gurgaon, India. Our engineers are experienced in working on custom metal fabrication projects related to a wide range of materials, such as steel, stainless steel, brass, copper, and aluminum sheets. Our solutions range from particular sheet metal part or stamped metal parts of sub-assembly to turnkey solutions for industrial and for product assemblies. We have the knowledge, equipment and the skill to fabricate personalized metal products from steel, aluminium, zinc plated steel, stainless steel, copper and brass. Designs that have need of CNC machining of surfaces or parts can be accommodated. We can provide refined, zinc, galvanized coated or powder coated finishes for every sheet metal job or stamped metal components. together with our perfect and consistent metal fabricating equipment. We are one of the most experienced and best metal fabrication manufacturing company in India.

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How Metal 3D Printing is ‘Dramatically’ Changing the Industry: In the last few years, metal 3D printing has become increasingly popular. And rightfully so: each material offers a unique combination of practical and aesthetic properties to suit a variety of products, be it prototypes, miniatures, jewelry, functional parts or even kitchenware. One reason metal 3D printing has become such a hot topic is that parts can be serially 3D printed for mass production. In fact, some parts created with metal 3D printing are already just as good, if not better, than those manufactured by traditional methods. In traditional manufacturing, making metal and plastic objects can be a wasteful process. Plenty of chunky parts are produced and surplus material used. When aircraft makers manufacture metal parts, up to 90% of the material is cut away. 3D printing metal parts uses less energy and reduces waste to a minimum. And finished 3D printed products can be up to 60% lighter than their machined counterparts. The aviation industry alone saves billions of dollars through this weight reduction, mainly due to fuel. Although you can’t technically print with pure metal on your desktop machine, there are a number of metal-filled plastic filaments that provide a metallic aesthetic to your prints. THE LATEST IN METAL 3D PRINTING TECHNOLOGY Before we get into the basics of metal 3D printing, let’s take a glance at the latest innovations in this expansive field. Over the past couple of years, a number on new players have emerged, transforming the landscape of the traditional metal 3D printer. Although metal 3D printing is not quite at the consumer level, the technology has taken many strides. What once was confined to industrial-sized and expensive machines is now becoming accessible to small-to-medium businesses. Content Credit: Daksh Tools is a leading manufacturer & supplier of precision sheet metal components, assemblies and sheet metal fabrications in India, offering the full range of subcontract engineering services. Daksh Tools is a specialist company providing services in all aspects of precision sheet metal profiling, metal forming, precision sheet metal fabrication, and assembly work. We specialize in developing tools and manufacturing custom fabrications as per customer’s specifications in metals such as Mild Steel, Galvanized Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminum & Copper.

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New 3D Printed Material Could Self-Repair Shoes, Tires: We talk a lot about 3D printing, and how more and more materials are being added to an ever-expanding menu of options for creating new products. But we don’t usually cover what happens to these products after they’re produced. Are these new materials sustainable? Are they durable? Or are we just sending more one-and-done products to the dumpster? Researchers from the USC Viterbi School of Engineering have reportedly come up with a way to solve the problem of unfixable rubber materials — like the split sole of a shoe, for example — that are often discarded rather than fixed. But what if these materials could fix themselves? No, it’s not sci-fi; it’s actually 3D printed. According to Science Daily, Viterbi Assistant Professor Qiming Wang is working with a group of students and another professor from the University of Connecticut to produce a material that can reportedly be manufactured quickly and repair itself if it becomes torn. The publication is calling it a potential “game-changer” for applications and industries like shoes, tires, soft robotics, and the like. The material is produced using light to solidify a liquid resin into its desired shape. Once an oxidizer is added, the real magic happens: After finding the right process mix, the scientists produced a material that can be made quickly and self-heal. According to the report, “in just five seconds, they can print a 17.5-millimeter square, completing whole objects in around 20 minutes that can repair themselves in just a few hours.” The team recently published their study in a scientific journal. The experiment used various products, including “a shoe pad, a soft robot, a multiphase composite, and an electronic sensor.” After being cut in half, the items were able to repair themselves within a mere two hours. The researchers, whose efforts were funded by the National Science Foundation and the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program, are working to incorporate other materials into the self-healing mix, and are reportedly experimenting now with rigid, hard plastics that they believe could be used for vehicle parts. Content Credit:

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Sheet Metal Enclosures: Electronic Enclosures, Electrical Panels and Enclosures Manufacturer. We are a LCD & other Enclosures, Manufacturer, Exporter, Supplier in, Gurgaon, India. We are a customised sheet metal fabrication company.

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Emerging Digital Manufacturing Trends That Will Shake Up Industry in 2019: The Rise of Everything-as-a-Service (XaaS) Digital technologies have revolutionized the way both customers and businesses are using certain types of products. While the traditional paradigm was built upon the purchase and ownership of physical objects, digital technology has shifted the focus from product to on-demand service. The most well-known example of this is the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) trend. This kind of software is centrally hosted by a company and used by customers on a subscription basis. Most of the time, these programs can be accessed easily via web browsers. SaaS is already ubiquitous in the business world, and includes familiar programs such as Microsoft Office 365, Google’s suite of productivity apps, and Salesforce. The “as-a-service” features a simplified mode of production and delivery that is easier for companies to manage, and can improve customer relations in a variety of ways, allowing for enhanced customization options and better pricing. And by utilizing an ongoing subscription framework, companies can foster long-lasting customer relationships, whereas the traditional standard creates a one-and-done purchasing relationship. The “as-a-service” model is now being applied to other areas outside of the cyber realm, such as products and even manufacturing itself. With Products-as-a-Service (PaaS), customers pay to use or lease a product but do not actually own it. Instead, the company leasing the product is the owner, and is also responsible for the product’s maintenance. For example, Spotify, the popular music streaming platform, sells the product of music but provides it in an on-demand, service-type capacity. Users pay a monthly fee, and have access to a massive library of songs. Even though the consumer doesn’t own the music in a physical form, like a CD, or a digital format, like an MP3, the system still manages to create value in other ways. In addition to having a catalog of millions of songs, Spotify utilizes user data to create a suite of personalized features for each user, including curated playlists based on individual music preferences. These playlists can turn users onto artists and songs they may have never discovered otherwise. Spotify also shares the data with their customers, showing each user a summary of their music listening habits. To make it more appealing and engaging, the information is arranged in a variety of ways, and is accompanied by clean, colorful graphics with descriptive, uplifting words that celebrate the user’s specific tastes. Using the data in this way creates an experience of value for the user, which is becoming an increasingly important aspect of purchasing. It also instills a sense of connection between consumer and company. Although manufacturing and B2B companies don’t operate in this exact way, the example illustrates how the idea of products and ownership is slowly evolving as a result of digital technologies. The Emergence of Manufacturing as a Service (MaaS) This shift from physical ownership to lightweight leasing is made possible through the digitalization of the business world. As technologies such as sensors, data analytics, the IoT, and cloud computing become more commonplace in the industrial world, OEMs and B2B companies may start to adopt their own versions of “as-a-service” business models, including but not limited to PaaS. In particular, Manufacturing-as-a-Service (MaaS) has gained some traction among smaller startups. With this type of system, a network of manufacturers integrates with one another to purchase and share equipment, as opposed to each manufacturer owning and using their own machines. The equipment is connected to the internet, giving all parties real-time insight into the equipment’s status and use. By distributing the costs for equipment, software, maintenance, and repairs evenly among a group of companies, the system helps each business significantly reduce expenses, thereby improving the bottom line. It also improves ROI by making it easier for these companies to expand their capacities and scale quickly in a way that would be expensive and difficult to achieve if they were footing the bill solo. In addition to changing the way manufacturers purchase and use their equipment, MaaS also encourages collaboration and new partnerships by democratizing the manufacturing process, creating a B2B sharing economy. The Future of Digitized Manufacturing Digitalization is changing the face of the manufacturing sector, transforming not only the way companies communicate and make use of equipment, but also the very foundation of the industry as a whole. Content Credit: Daksh Tools, supplies precision sheet metal products such as Enclosures or Chassis, Automotive Components, Stamping Parts, Sheet Metal Clamps, Sheet Metal Parts for Electrical & Electronic Devices, Stainless Steel Parts, TIG & MIG Welded parts, Fabrication metal welding, Medical equipment enclosures, Aluminum sheet metal parts, Custom fabricated parts, LED lighting sheet metal parts, Solar sheet metal parts, Telecommunication sheet metal parts, Live Stock Handling metal fabricated parts, Sheet metal brackets, Sheet metal mounts, Metal stamping for construction, Medical stampings, Solar module clamps, Solar Module Mounting Structures, Solar Module Mounting parts, Solar racking parts, Solar panel mounting structure parts & assemblies.