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2018-10-17T10:06:43
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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. We provide services in all aspects of precision sheet metal profiling, metal forming, precision sheet metal fabrication, and assembly work. Our products are widely used, but not restricted to, industries such as Automotive, LED Lighting, Solar Mounting Systems, Electronic, Electrical, Telecommunication, Car Wash and Live Stock Handling.
2018-10-16T12:30:21
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Stainless Steel Enclosures- We supply a comprehensive range of Stainless Steel Enclosures, which find application in different industries across the globe. Featuring robust construction, superior finish in grades SS 202, 304 & 316.
2018-10-13T09:28:35
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Smarter Factories, Better Work: Meet the New Metrology- With the rise of smart factories allowing for more efficient, streamlined operations, industrial companies across a range of different sectors are changing the way they do business. While aerospace contractors, the defense industry, pharmaceuticals, and life sciences have already boosted overall productivity by an average of 17% thanks to the new technology available, industrial manufacturers have seen a 20% increase in productivity — and that’s in addition to a 20% boost in average overall quality gain. These trends show no sign of slowing. A study conducted by Capgemini estimates that smart factories are positioned to add $500 billion to $1.5 trillion in value to the global economy over the next five years alone. Complete article at: https://news.thomasnet.com/featured/smarter-factories-better-work-meet-the-new-metrology
2018-10-12T08:43:40
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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/
2018-10-08T12:44:31
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WHAT IS SHEET METAL? Sheet metal is metal formed by an industrial process into thin, flat pieces. Sheet metal is one of the fundamental forms used in metalworking and it can be cut and bent into a variety of shapes. Countless everyday objects are fabricated from sheet metal. Thicknesses can vary significantly; extremely thin sheets are considered foil or leaf , and pieces thicker than 6 mm (0.25 in) are considered plate steel or "structural steel."
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