Metal finishing
Laser cutting
Laser cutting represents the technology of materials cutting and layout which uses high-power laser. Computer-controlled focused laser beam ensures the power high concentration and allows cutting almost any material, irrespective to their thermal and physical properties. The material of the cut section melts, ignites, evaporates or is blown by a gas jet during the cutting procedure, under the laser beam influence. Herewith, narrow cuts with minimal heat affected zone are possible to be obtained. Laser cutting is characterized by the absence of mechanical impact on the processed material, minimal deformations, both temporary in the cutting procedure and residual after complete cooling, occur. As a result, laser cutting of even easily deformable and non-rigid workpieces and parts can be executed with a high accuracy degree. High performance of the procedure in combination with high quality of the cutting surfaces is provided owing to the high power of laser radiation. Easy and relatively easy control of laser radiation enables to execute laser cutting over complex contour of flat and three-dimensional parts and workpieces with a high degree of the procedure automation.
Advantages
The main positive feature of this cutting technique consists in the option to obtain high-quality parts in the shortest possible period without significant material costs. In addition, the advantages of laser processing can include:
High cutting speed.
Minimum error (up to 0.05 mm), which is important for precision machinery industry and instrumentation.
Minimum error (up to 0.05 mm), which is important for precision machinery industry and instrumentation.
Absence of deviations from the straight cut line
High quality corner processing, absence of significant roughness and other defects.
Opportunity to create minimum diameter holes.
Repeatability of the obtained result.
The minimum batch production costs.
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Manual arc and semi-automatic welding
Both melting and non-melting electrodes are used during manual arc welding. Welder melts the metal with an electric arc during operation. This procedure ensures mixing of the molten material, of which a workpiece consists, and the electrode one. The resulting seam quality determines the chemical composition of the compound and the weldability index. It is also important to consider the used electrode diameter, chemical composition and type. Manual welding also presupposes selection of the optimal mode, which depends on the arc length and the current density and strength.

The manual welding method is determined by the metal thickness and the expected length of the seam. Thick metal sheets are welded by several approaches, and thin workpieces can be lapped. Manual upper and lower welding are distinguished. The main difference between semi-automatic and manual welding consists in using not electrodes, but flux-cored wire fed at the welding procedure automatically by means of coil. The welding procedure itself is executed by a worker manually. This permits to obtain all the manual method advantages and to increase the labor performance simultaneously.
Sheet metal bending
The operation associated with metal plastic deformation - bending - is often required during metal processing.

Metal bending represents an opportunity to convey new shape to a workpiece mechanically or manually (by means of special devices).

This effect on a metal surface leads to stretching of its outer layers with simultaneous compression of the internal ones, which results in bending of one part of the workpiece at a certain angle in relation to the other one.
Sheet metal bending is executed in special-purpose bending dies. A sheet is placed against stop in the bending press and fixed in it. Press puts a pressure on a sheet top upon which bending takes place.

This bending technology enables to obtain various structures out of sheet metal. The part produced through this method is characterized by durability and attractive appearance. This considerably eases the manufacture of case and other parts without the welding application




Advantages
It provides high performance figures
Bending procedure involves creation of a seamless workpiece
The resulting metal sheet is resistant to corrosion
The product strength indicators are astonishing
Each sheet is solid and no rust is created in the bend place
Powder coating
of metal products

Powder coating technology is slightly different from the usual one. Based upon the name it's easy to understand that the paint is a fine powder. Its structure includes inorganic and organic substances, namely polymers. Powder coating technology is environmentally friendly and provides a perfect and durable coating.

It allows achieving a decorative coating of a part and conveying the best aesthetic appearance. Paint melts at two hundred degrees of temperature. Metal is perfect for painting using this method
Advantages
It provides high performance figures
Bending procedure involves creation of a seam-less workpiece
The resulting metal sheet is resistant to corrosion
The product strength indicators are astonishing
Each sheet is solid and no rust is created in the bend place
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