BRYCO METAL PROCESSING AND MANUFACTURING CAPABILITIES

The metal processing industry is capital intensive and machinery is becoming increasingly sophisticated as automation and CNC techniques are largely being employed. Metal processors and manufacturers must learn to constantly change production lines as customer needs ask for diverse products that suit their specific needs.

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LASER CUTTING

Most metal processing techniques will involve cutting. While the older methods made use of saws for this process, modern processing facilities use water jets, plasma, and laser for the cutting.

 

The methods used by processing facilities will depend on the complexity of the cutting required and its cost.

CNC BENDING

Bending describes the process involved when metal parts need to be bent and most metal processing facilities will use brake presses that are manually, hydraulically or motor driven.

 

Dies are often used for the mass production of specific forms and shapes.

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CNC PUNCHING

Punching is another process that is often used in metal processing before assembly or metal forming. Dies are extensively used in the punching process.

 

Stamping is a process like punching and may not require cutting of the metal as in punching.