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Punching, bending and welding sheet metal for complex and assembled products

Punching, bending and welding sheet metal are processed that, combined with the production process, can create complex and assembled products. Here's a few examples.

As mentioned earlier in another post on sheet metal cold moulding, a company should offer several combined processes to reduce the time between one production phase and the next and not force customers to seek several suppliers to produce their designs. Among the processes offered by Minifaber, punching, bending and welding sheet metal are the three processes that, above all, are often offered one after the other with the aim to produce complete and assembled product, ready to be marketed. Here's a few examples:

Vending machines

In vending machines, punching, bending and welding sheet metal is included in a broader design that includes Minifaber in the design, mould production as well as surface processing and assembly of the various components, to create a product ready to use from every standpoint.

Medical steriliser

Punching, bending and welding sheet metal are the three key processes also used to produce a steriliser for medical sector components, able to sterilise through a pressurised steam process. This product was manufactured for both the European market and in an 11 inch version for the American market.

Latest generation projectors

For Clay Packy, professional light system manufacturer,punching, bending and welding sheet metal, combined with the design, assembly and surface processing phase, have led to a high added value lighting projector, even used to light the 2012 Olympic games in London.

Kitchen robots

To create the mouth of a known kitchen robot, Minifaber was in charge ofpunching the sheet metal, drawing and welding as well as functional tests to thus provide a complex and assembled product, ready to be marketed.

Do you want to learn more about products manufactured with combined punching, bending and welding sheet metal processes?

Visit the section on finished, complex and assembled products!