Sheet Metal Products Manufacturer

  • All customized according to client's design
  • Feature-High precision, good workmanship
  • Regular material-Stainless steel, carbon steel
  • Galvanized steel aluminum.corten steel
  • Regular Finish -powdercoating,zinc plating,anodizing
  • Short lead time
  • Experienced in muttiple industries
Sheet Metal Working

As a leading sheet metal products supplier, every item manufactured by TMP conforms strictly to the customer’s drawing

Precision sheet metal processing uses the equipped molds to bend cold metal sheets into workpieces with various geometric cross-sectional shapes, then laser cutting, polishing, and grinding them to become precision sheet metal workpieces finally.

Precision sheet metal processing requires very high precision for various precision processing of sheet materials. By selecting various molds, sheets can be cut, bent, stretched, rounded, punched, etc. Wait.

The processing speed is fast, the corner treatment surface is beautiful, the strength is high, and the size is accurate.


Sheet Metal Working Definition

Sheet metal is a thin, flat metal (usually below 6mm) that is light, strong, conductive, low-cost, Large-scale production performance is good, etc. Sheet metal fabrication is a comprehensive cold processing process for metal sheets, including welding, cutting, and bending, as well as stamping, forming, Rolling pressure, assembling and surface treatment,

A significant feature is the thickness consistency and the products and parts machined through the sheet metal process to meet specific functional and beauty needs.

Advantages of Sheet Metal Working

The sheet metal material is strong and ductile, and the manufacturing process is highly flexible. It can be altered to almost any shape to meet the needs of architects or designers.

Easy to repair: Damaged sheet metal parts can be easily discovered and repaired without removing the entire structure for a lower cost.

The cutting technique of sheet metal processing is a high speed, precision, adaptability, fine seams, and small heat impact area (small deformation); the cutting end surface is good quality. The cutting is noise-free, and the processing requires simple clamping and no complicated mold, which can significantly shorten the production cycle and reduce production costs.

The metal used in Sheet Metal work

Depending on the function of the chosen product and the materials, the product and its use and cost should generally be considered. The common materials used in sheet metal processing are as follows:

1. Galvanized steel sheet: The base material is cold rolled steel roll, which becomes electro-galvanized after continuous galvanization has been degreased, acid washed, galvanized, and various reprocessing processes. SECC has the mechanical properties and similar processing properties of cold-rolled steel sheets; it also has excellent corrosion resistance and decorative appearance. It is highly competitive and irreplaceable in the market for electronics, home appliances, and furniture.

2. Ordinary cold-rolled plates:SPCC: Refers to steel ingots being rolled through cold-rolled machines to produce steel sheet steel rolls or flakes with the required thickness. The SPCC surface is not protected from any protection and is exposed to air and is susceptible to oxidation, especially in wet environments where oxidation is accelerated, dark red rust occurs, and the surface is painted during use. Electroplating or other protection.

3. Hot-dip galvanized steel SGCC: semi-finished products firstly after hot rolled & acid or cold rolled, then cleaned and annealed, immersed in a molten zinc bath at a temperature of approximately 460°C, with zinc plating on the steel sheet. It is then leveled and chemically treated. SGCC material is harder than SECC material, has poor ductility, has a thick zinc layer, and has poor soldering properties.

4. Stainless steel SUS304: One of the most widely used stainless steel, because of its Ni (nickel), it is more corrosion- and heat-resistant than steel containing Cr (chromium), has excellent mechanical properties, and has no heat treatment hardening. There is no elasticity.

Sheet Metal forming Operations

1. Curl
Curling is a sheet metal forming process used to smooth the edges of sheet metal inherently sharp and rough. Sheet metal usually contains sharp edges after initial production. Curling is a forming process involving the removal of sheet metal burrs to produce smooth edges.

2. Bent
Another typical precision sheet metal molding process is bending. TMP typically uses a brake press or similar machine press to bend the metal sheet. Place the metal sheet on the mold with the punch pressed down on the metal sheet. Bending does not create holes on the sheet metal.

3. Iron
The sheet metal can also be ironed for an even thickness. For example, most aluminum cans are made of ironed aluminum. In its original state, the aluminum plate is too thick for the drink can and therefore needs to be ironed to achieve a thinner and more uniform composition. Ironing involves using a punch to press the sheet metal between the two molds.

4. Laser cutting
In recent years, laser cutting has become an increasingly popular sheet metal forming process among sheet metal processing companies. The sheet metal is exposed to high-power lasers and burns the metal by laser cutting. This is a faster, more accurate cutting method that can automatically be performed using a computer CNC laser cutter.

5. Hydraulic forming
One of the lesser-known sheet metal molding processes is hydraulic molding. Like deep pulling, hydraulic molding involves stretching the blank on the mold. So, what is the difference between the hydraulic molding and deep flushing? The main difference between the two processes is that deep flushing requires stretching several times, while hydraulic molding takes only one step to complete.

6. Punch
Punching is a sheet metal forming process that involves punching holes on sheet metal using a punch and mold. The metal plate is placed between the punch and the mold. Next, the punch is pressed down and passed through the sheet metal to form a hole.

As sheet metal products become more widely used, the design of sheet metal parts becomes an essential part of the product development process. Engineers must master the design skills of sheet metal parts so that they can be designed in such a way as to satisfy the functional and appearance requirements of the product while making it simple to manufacture, Low cost.

  1. blank/blank: Refers to the process of preparing the workpiece through laser cutting or CNC punching. There are generally two types of equipment, laser cutting (laser) and CNC punches
  2. Forming: The process of deforming a workpiece with a mold on an ordinary punch or other equipment.
  3. Reaming: The process of converting small holes on workpieces into large holes with drills or diplomatic tools.
  4. Countersink/salad hole: The process of machining tapered holes on workpieces in conjunction with connections such as countersunk screws.
  5. Threaded: Turning and punching a workpiece using a mold to round hole it on ordinary punches and other equipment.
  6. Drill hole: The process of drilling workpieces with drill bits on drilling equipment.
  7. Chamfer: The process of removing sharp edges of workpieces with special tools.
  8. Labeling: The process of applying a film to the surface of the workpiece to make the surface of the workpiece not susceptible to scratches.
  9. sizing: The process of leveling workpieces due to uneven surfaces in the molding process.
  10. Welding and polishing: Connecting workpieces with a welder and de-melting standard grinding the edges or seams of workpieces.
  11. assembly: The process of assembling two or more workpieces

Because for a car itself, based on specific strength, minimizing weight is the essential requirement for it, and the sheet metal part of a car generally refers to the metal shell of a car. It is usually made of steel plates. In addition to protecting and esthetically pleasing, automobile sheet metal parts are also the leading carriers of gas resistance. The quality and life of automobile sheet metal affects the esthetic appearance of the automobile and increases the resistance of air to the automobile due to quality and deformation, resulting in a decrease in its economy.

Metal is a rugged material used in every industry. Products made of sheet metal are generally more accessible, faster, and cheaper than products made of casting or other techs.

Sheet metal manufacturing is flexible and can be made to fit your needs in various shapes, so it can be used in most industries to manufacture everything from components to automotive bodies. Some of the industries that depend on it include aerospace, construction, automotive, HVAC, consumer goods, robotics, agriculture, electronics, and energy industries have sheet metal products wherever there is a demand for industrial metal products.

  1. When prototyping most electronic enclosures and components, sheet metal is used to make the process low cost so that prototypes can be viewed and inspected at a low cost. Any adjustments can be made quickly and efficiently.
  2. You can manufacture sheet metal to produce small sheet metal parts, such as brackets or cable connectors. Steel, aluminum, stainless steel, and copper alloys are strong enough to hold a large metal or plastic parts together without breaking. Corrosion-resistant metals such as stainless steel metal plates or plated/coated parts can be used with good corrosion protection.
  3. Sheet metal can be used as a roofing material to create waterproof plates for roofs and rainwater tanks. Inside buildings, piping systems and furnaces can be made of metal plates.
  4. Metal Sheets are also used for surgical and dental instruments, MRI scanners, surgical implants, and pins and plates to repair fractures.

Thrive Metal Products(TMP) is principally engaged in designing and manufacturing sheet metal products such as sheet metal processing, sheet metal manufacturing, custom processing, mechanical parts, etc. Provide technical support to customers, reduce costs, and increase effective productivity.

To ensure the appearance of the sheet metal product or to provide a function, a surface layer on the surface of the product that is different from the mechanical, physical, and chemical properties of the base material is artificially formed; that is, the surface treatment process of the sheet metal product. This process, which we call surface treatment, is designed to meet the product’s resistance to corrosion, wear resistance, decoration, or other special function requirements. Surface treatment processes include the following:

Auto-catalytic plating, also known as chemical planting
Immersion platform;
Chemical conversion coating;
Metal color;
Paint finishing, including various kinds of coating, such as hand coating, static coating, electrophoretic coating, etc.;
Hot dip galvanizing
PVD(physical vapor disposition);
Cathode sprays;
Vacuum platform;
Ion platform;
CVD(chemical vapor disposition);

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