What do we offer?

The result of sheet metalworking is a part or blank of the desired shape or functionality. Various processing methods are used to achieve this result.

The initial stage of sheet metal processing involves cutting, which is the process of cutting profile sheets to obtain blanks of a specified shape. Depending on the thickness, chemical composition, and required precision, mechanical methods like guillotine shears, as well as thermal methods such as plasma cutting, are most commonly employed.

During the forming stage, the workpiece is shaped according to the required parameters. Professional equipment designed for sheet metal bending or rolling is utilized, enabling high-speed and accurate work.

Further processing of the workpiece may involve drilling, tapping, adding decorative elements, and protecting the surface from external influences.

Our equipment’s capabilities allow us to cut carbon, specialty (Hardox, Strenx), stainless steel, and aluminum sheets. The working table size is 6000x2000mm, and material thickness ranges from 1 to 30mm; thicker materials are cut using gas cutting. We perform bending on workpieces up to 3000mm long, applying forces up to 120t. For rolling, we utilize a four-roller machine capable of handling parts up to 3000mm long and sheet thicknesses of up to 5mm.

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