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Aluminum Components We offer a wide range of Aluminium components as per the customized requirements and specifications. Precision Fabrication for all engineering needs from quality to volume quantities as per your specifications and requirements in aluminum or any metal. Aluminum sheet metal parts are commonly fabricated in many different types of aluminum alloy. We stock thicknesses from .020″ to .250″. We cater to the electronics, government, transportation, medical, and security industries as well as others that require custom aluminum prototypes and bulk quantities. Our aluminum sheet metal parts are fabricated and shipped to various countries across the globe. Due to its flexibility and many variations, aluminum sheet metal is an excellent material choice for both structural and mechanical applications. Even a specialized alloy such as 6061 can be further manipulated through tempering to produce particular strength or weldability. Aluminum components are popular as housings, enclosures, assemblies, cabinets, brackets and supports, framing, panels, and chassis.
Custom Sheet Metal Parts We manufacture custom sheet metal and CNC machined electronic enclosures, mounting hardware, and other miscellaneous components. Based on your design and specification, we develop the parts as per your requirement. Products are built from your choice of aluminum, copper, steel, stainless, or galvanized, and are fully finished, including fasteners, hardware, welding, powder coating, and silkscreen. Daksh Tools innovative business model allows you to buy custom electronic enclosures with a whole new level of speed and convenience. Daksh Tools innovative business model allows you to buy custom electronic enclosures with a whole new level of speed and convenience. We produce a large number of products using sheet metal fabrication. Folded parts offer the perfect mounting system for electronics and displays - as well as structural strength for large enclosures. We supply aluminium or steel; raw or powder coated.
Advantages of Metal Fabrication over Plastic- Metal Fabrication Worker: Like plastic fabrication, metal fabrication depends largely on the family and grade of metal used in production. Some of the more commonly fabricated metals include steel, magnesium, iron, aluminum, copper, and nickel, each with their own various grades. Metals generally provide the following advantages over plastic fabrication: • Heat resistance: Metals typically have a higher melting-point and are less likely to degrade under elevated temperatures. • Improved strength: Metal grades tend to be stronger, harder, and more durable than their plastic counterparts. • Versatility: Metal can be fabricated through a wider range of processes, including casting, deep drawing, welding, forging, soldering, and chipping. • Cost-effectiveness: Metal is usually a cost efficient option, particularly in high-volume or long-term production runs.
Will Manufacturing be India’s Future? Post US Presidential Elections 2016, Rising protectionism and Automation have emerged as the biggest challenges for emerging markets like India and China. Economics experts say that it is the time for India to switch from Manufacturing to the Services sector which can drive the Indian economy to the pinnacle of success. How Manufacturing Can Benefit the Agricultural Sector? Agriculture, which currently employs nearly 45% of the workforce, is obviously not to be neglected. The point, instead, is that those currently deriving their incomes from agriculture would greatly benefit from accelerated growth in manufacturing. • Nearly 50% of India’s farms are less than half a hectare, a size too small to yield adequate living standard for a family of five. Owners of these farms will benefit directly if one or more of their family members found good jobs in manufacturing and services. Those continuing to cultivate will benefit from increased land per farmer as some farmers migrate to manufacturing and services. • Dynamic services sectors such as: Software and Finance generate relatively few jobs. Tourism, Transportation, and Construction hold greater promise but their growth is highly dependent on the performance of the Manufacturing Sector. For example: Transportation sector flourishes when manufacturing sector generates demands for its services. Likewise, tourism and construction are spurred by higher incomes generated by manufacturing. Can Manufacturing Sector Create Sufficient Jobs? Two arguments have been offered recently in support of a negative answer to this question: rising protectionism around the world and automation. • The First argument says that when South Korea, Taiwan, and China transformed, markets were relatively open. Therefore, these countries could take advantage of scale economies in manufacturing by exporting their products in large volumes. The same option is not available today due to rising protectionism around the world. • The Trade tensions, especially between the United States and China, the global economy is far more open today than in the days when South Korea and Taiwan transformed. Indeed, it remains more open than even during the 1990s and the early 2000s when China transformed. Much of the liberalisation under the Uruguay Round Agreement was implemented between 1995 and 2005 and remains intact. • The Second argument, automation, says that with advances in technology, manufacturing is becoming highly automated and it will move back to the developed countries. This argument too has been grossly overstated. It is true that automation is on the increase and perhaps at a faster pace than in the past. Yet, many tasks remain far from being automated at the technical level while many others, though technically feasible, are commercially unviable. The Global Scenario: The Global Market in Merchandise exports worth US $15 Trillion today. The share of India in these exports is only 1.6% compared with 12% of China. Even if the export market were to shrink by one or two trillion dollars in the coming years, India could more than double its exports by raising its share in the world market to 5%. This is not an infeasible proposition: China’s share in the world exports as recently as 2000 was only 4%. Rising Automation Across the Globe: • Nothing illustrates the limits of automation better than the efforts by Adidas to automate the manufacturing of sneakers. At the end of 2015, the company had opened its first high-tech speed factory in Germany, which produces sneakers using intelligent robotics technology. More recently, it has opened a shoe factory that uses 3D printing technology. • According to Mr. Kasper Rorsted, CEO of Adidas, “full automation of sneaker manufacturing is unlikely in the next 5 to 10 years. Currently, Adidas produces only 1, 000, 000 out of its total production of 360, 000, 000 pairs in automated factories. When asked whether manufacturing is poised to return to the United States and Europe, Rorsted says, “I do not believe, and it is a complete illusion to believe, that manufacturing can go back to Europe in terms of volume.” He adds that – “despite political interest in the United States to bring back manufacturing, it is financially “very illogical” and unlikely to happen. What is true of shoe manufacturing is even truer of apparel, where we are still to see the appearance of the first factory that automates manufacturing as much as the German Adidas factory has done for shoes. And the global apparel market is huge. Think of apparel demand in Asia alone, which has a population of 4.6 billion. And with its high and rising wages, even China will soon begin to satisfy much of its apparel demand from imports. Nations that manage to capture this market will create vast numbers of good jobs for their citizens. India can scarcely afford to pass on that opportunity.” Content courtesy: Power2SME
Stainless Steel Sheet Metal Parts Product Details: Steel Grade: SS316, SS304 Type: Sheet Thickness: 0-1 mm, 1-2 mm, 2-3 mm Surface Treatment Coated Our range of custom stainless steel sheet metal is highly demanded by the clients for its precise dimensions. We manufacture precision stainless steel parts, steel parts & metal components in India. High tensile strength and rugged construction have made these parts popular among clients. Manufactured using quality alloys & metals, our custom fabricated stainless steel parts are durable and unmatched in quality. Features: Abrasion resistance Precisely designed Durability
Benefits of Using Sheet Metal As one of the most widely used materials in the construction industry, sheet metal is a wonderful material that can offer a variety of benefits. When bending, molding and welding sheet metal, this process is known as sheet metal fabrication. Although it’s a lengthy process, the end results are worth the wait. The improvement of technology such as lights out manufacturing has made sheet metal fabrication more efficient and advanced than in the past. Here are a few benefits as to why contractors and engineers alike are choosing this type of material. Easy to transport. Sheet metal is easy to transport due to it’s light weight. Because the material is manufactured in thin sheets, stacking a ton of material for transportation is not an issue. Weather Resistant. Sheet metal is processed using chemicals that make the material resistant to UV rays, corrosion and moisture. If there is a scratch in the sheet metal, the chemicals used to treat the sheet will prevent further damage. Malleability. Just like gold or copper, sheet metal is very malleable due to it’s thinness and low density. Sheet metal fabrication companies such as R.R. LeDuc Corporation are easily able to create a variety of objects. Durability. This material isn’t just corrosion resistant, but also relatively durable. Many homeowners have opted for sheet metal roofing or siding due to its strength. If the sheet metal ever is dented, it can be easily replaced for a lot less than replacing other materials. Versatility. Sheet metal allows contractors and engineers to think outside the box when it comes to building. Sheet metal can be used in a variety of industries: Automotive, aerospace, health, food and even artwork . The next time you crack open a can of soda — this was the work of sheet metal fabrication. Content from: http://www.rrleduc.com/blog/benefits-of-using-sheet-metal/
Family-owned company uses innovation to create automated handling of sheet metal parts: The German company Trumpf is one out of the 64 companies that has been selected for the European project ROBOTT-NET. Trumpf offers production solutions in the machine tool, laser and electronics sectors. The company has existed since 1923 and was founded as a series of mechanical workshops. Since then Trumpf has developed into a global high-tech company. Innovative strength and diversification plays an important role to the German company, which is also the case for Trumpfs voucher project, that investigates in sorting and stacking sheet metal parts. - Sheet metal parts have a high variety and are usually cut out from a large sheet, containing different orders and parts. Those different parts need to be sorted and stacked in separate groups depending on their following processes, says product manager at Trumpf Dennis Specht. In the voucher project Trumpfs aim is to determine, whether an automated handling is possible for a large variety of sheet metal parts. - The goal with the project is to examine the limits of current computer vision and grasping technologies for handling sheet metal parts, says Dennis Specht. During the project Trumpf has had contribution from Fraunhofer IPA and Danish Technological Institute. - With the ROBOTT-NET voucher we have achieved to build a system that can actually detect and grasp objects in a bin with multiple different parts, says project manager at DTI Denmark, Carsten Panch Isaksen. Based on this knowledge Trumpf will create a roadmap to develop and install a prototype robot cell for automated sheet metal handling. If the prototype proves to be reliable, fully automated machines will become a lot more attractive because of the possibility of automatic loading from bulk. Watch Video at: https://youtu.be/KDe8888ATow Source: ROBOTT-NET
Steel Variants – And the Industries That Use Them: Steel is one of the oldest and most widely used commodities in existence. Its uses span from home appliances and furniture to industrial machinery. This incredible metal is an alloy of iron and carbon with a few other things – called impurities – thrown in. Steel is graded into multiple variants or types depending on the proportion in which the components are used and the potential use of the end product. According to the World Steel Association (WSA), there are more than 3000 variants of steel. There are Four Broad Categories of Steel: It is quite difficult to classify a metal such as steel because of the sheer number of criteria for classification. Some of these criteria include: Composition Product form Production technique Finishing technique DE oxidation Strength Heat treatment The American Iron and Steel Institute (AISI) therefore states four broad categories of steel. Each broad category has several sub and sub-sub categories. The four broad categories include: Carbon Steels Alloy Steels Stainless Steels Tool Steels Before we venture to explain these classifications, it is essential to understand that steel is primarily made from mined iron ore combined with carbon. Several other alloying materials are also used, but iron ore and carbon are the two main components. The composition is what differentiates the four main categories. Carbon steel Carbon steel is made only from iron and carbon with no other substances. This type of steel accounts for 90% of the world’s steel production. Some other metal or mineral – such as nickel, chromium or manganese – may be used for hardening. Carbon steel, therefore, has many variants depending on the proportion of other substances used in production. Sub-categories of carbon steel are differentiated on the amount of carbon and other alloying substances used in making the steel. It may also be differentiated on the finishing technique used, the shape of the end product or the uses that the product would be put to. Alloy steel Alloy steel is made up of iron ore mixed with various chemicals such as aluminium, copper, chromium, silicon, nickel, manganese and titanium. The proportion of chemicals varies depending on the desired properties, which in turn depends on where the steel would be used. These variations form the sub-classification of alloy steel. The four most commonly used varieties are: Grade 4140 – Chromium Molybdenum Steel Grade 4340 – Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Grade 6150 – Chromium-Vanadium Steel Grade 8620 – HSLA-Nickel-Chromium-Molybdenum Steel Alloy steel is used for industrial purposes such as making pipes, auto-parts and electronic machinery. Stainless steel Stainless steel – named for its property of resisting corrosion, heat and stains – is made up of iron ore mixed with 11-20% chromium, which is the principal alloy, and some nickel. Chromium gives stainless steel its corrosion resistance, and, depending on the amount of chromium used, steel can be magnetic or non-magnetic. The three broad categories of stainless steel are: Austenitic Steel: Non-magnetic-heat-treatable steel which usually contains a high proportion of chromium and 5-10% nickel. This steel is what we see in our kitchen – it is what home appliances and utensils are made of. Ferritic Steel: Ferritic steel also contains a high amount of chromium – about 12-17% – and traces of nickel and carbon along with a few other alloys. While Austenitic steel is hardened by heat, Ferritic steel is hardened by cold-pressing. Cheaper than Austenitic steel, Ferritic steel finds application for industrial purposes. Martensitic Steel: This contains 11-17% chromium and traces of nickel as well as carbon. This type of steel is used for making knives and other cutting tools as well as in dental equipment. Tool steel As the name suggests, this is steel used to make tools. Tungsten is the primary alloy used in making tool steel. It is used in combination with molybdenum, cobalt and vanadium. Varying quantities of these substances are used to make steel more or less resistant depending on the purpose or use of the steel. Other Classifications of Steel Steel products are often classified based on their shape or use. Tubular steel, flat steel, coils and roll steel are some such classifications. Another classification is based on the finishing applied to the finished product – galvanised, coated, cold-rolled or hot-rolled, among others. Source: power2sme
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