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Aria’s Sheet Metal Fabrication Capabilities

Sheet metal fabrication is an umbrella term for many of the processing methods used to transform flat and thin sheets of metal into a quality end use part. Sheet metal refers to thin sheets of metal stock that are no more than 0.25 inches thick.

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Cutting Materials

Sheet metal cutting is a process used to cut thin, flat pieces of metal into specific shapes and sizes. 

what is sheet metal fabrication

Sheet metal bending is the process of using a machine to shape thin, flat sheets of metal into a desired form or shape.

Spot Sheet Metal Welding

It is the process of joining two or more pieces of sheet metal together using heat and pressure to create a permanent bond.

Surface Finish

The surface quality can affect the appearance, durability, and performance of the final product.

Sheet Metal Fabrication Cutting Process

Laser Cutting

Laser Cutting

Laser cutting speed, high quality, dimension accuracy of parts up to ±0.05mm. With smooth surface, surface roughness is only dozens of microns, no mechanical processing, parts can be used directly.

Plasma Cutting

Plasma Cutting

Plasma cutting machine does not need to preheat the workpiece, melting speed, cutting surface smooth, not easy to cause workpiece deformation; When cutting the workpiece with thickness less than 40mm, both quality and speed have obvious advantages.

Water cutting ​

Water jet Cutting

Water jet cutting can be arbitrarily carved workpiece, and is little affected by the texture of the material.  Because of its low cost, easy operation, and high yield, water cutting is gradually becoming the mainstream of industrial cutting technology.

Type of Sheet Metal Bending 

V Shape Bending


The upper part of the workpiece is compressed, and the lower part is adjacent to the walls of the mechanism and stretched

U Shape Bending


The program is almost identical to V-Shape, the difference is only in the number of processing steps;

Multi-angle Bending


Allows you to form complex shapes, while to create a structure, you can use both one element and several;

L Shape Bending


Allows you to get a smooth bend, used to create loops, clamps, and so on.

Sheet Metal Fabrication Welding Process

The manufacturing method usually depends on the size of the part, the complexity of the design, and the type of finish. We offer the most popular metal fabrication operations covering cutting, forming and joining processes.

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding

This process uses a tungsten electrode to create an arc that melts the metal and filler rod. It is a very precise welding method that produces high-quality welds with minimal distortion and spatter. TIG welding is commonly used for welding thin sheet metal.

Gas Metal Arc Welding

This process uses a wire electrode that is fed through a welding gun and into the weld pool. The wire melts and fuses the metal together. MIG welding is faster than TIG welding and can be used for thicker sheet metal.

Gas Metal Arc Welding
Resistance Spot Welding

Resistance Spot Welding

This process uses two copper electrodes to apply pressure and heat to the metal. The heat melts the metal at the point of contact, creating a weld. Spot welding is a fast and efficient process that can be used for high-volume production.

Resistance Seam Welding

This process is similar to spot welding but instead of welding at a single point, it creates a continuous weld along the seam of two sheets of metal. It is commonly used for joining sheet metal in automotive applications.

Resistance Seam Welding
Laser Welding

Laser Welding

This process uses a high-powered laser to melt the metal and create a weld. It is a very precise and fast welding method that is commonly used for welding sheet metal in the aerospace industry.

Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials

The material you use for your vacuum casting will depend on the application and desired properties of the final product. Some of the most common materials include:

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Aluminu Materials


Aluminum's combination of lightweight, strength, corrosion resistance, ductility, recyclability, and cost-effectiveness make it a popular choice for sheet metal fabrication.


5052     5754     7075

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is a popular material for sheet metal fabrication due to its corrosion resistance, strength, aesthetic appeal, hygiene, heat resistance, machinability, and cost-effectiveness.

304     316     316L    410
416L    420    430    440

PC Materials


Copper is a highly malleable material that can be easily formed and molded without cracking or breaking. This makes it ideal for sheet metal working. Because of its high conductivity, it is often used in the electronics industry.

C110     C102(T2)     C103(T1)

PE Materials

Mild Steel

Steel is the most commonly used material for sheet metal. It is a strong and durable material that can be easily formed and fabricated. Steel sheet metal is often used in construction, automotive, and aerospace industries.

Mild steel 1008       Mild steel 1018       Mild steel 1020
Mild steel 1025       Mild steel 1045     Cold Rolled Steel

Sheet Metal Fabrication Surface Finish



Used Materials






Alodine creates an oxide layer on sheet metal that improves corrosion resistance and enhances bonding with coatings or finishes. It is commonly used in industries such as aerospace and automotivethat require high levels of corrosion resistance.

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Clear, Yellow,
Green, Blue,
Black, Orange,
Purple, Red

Anodizing is a surface treatment process primarily used on aluminum parts. One of the key benefits of anodizing is its ability to produce a range of vibrant colors, which not only enhance the appearance but also provide added protection.

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Black Oxide

All Materials


Black oxide is a chemical treatment process that converts the surface of sheet metal parts into a black iron oxide layer, providing an even and attractive appearance while enhancing the metal’s corrosion and wear resistance.

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Aluminum,  Stainless Steel, Mild Steel


Brushing is a physical process that involves using a brush or abrasive material to create fine lines or scratches on sheet metal parts. This creates a textured appearance and can hide surface defects or scratches.

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Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Copper


Chrome plating offers several benefits for sheet metal, including its high durability, resistance to corrosion and wear, and attractive appearance.

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Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel


Passivation is a chemical process that creates a protective oxide layer on the surface of a sheet metal parts to prevent further oxidation or corrosion.

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Powder Coating

Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Copper

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Powder coating offers several benefits for sheet metal, including its durability, resistance to corrosion and fading, and ability to create a uniform finish.

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Bead Blast

Aluminum, Stainless Steel, Mild Steel, Copper


Bead blasting can be used to create a matte or textured surface on sheet metal parts or to improve the adhesion of a coating to a metal part.

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Wall thickness

Sheet Metal Fabrication Wall thickness

The wall thickness of a sheet metal fabrication part is an important design consideration that will depend on the application and the material being used.

For sheet metal fabrication, the thickness of the sheet metal typically ranges from 0.005 inches to 0.25 inches (0.13mm to 6.35mm).

Bending radius

Sheet Metal Fabrication Bending radius

When designing parts for sheet metal fabrication, it is important to consider the minimum bend radius for the material being used. If the bend radius is too small, the material may crack or deform, which can compromise the strength and durability of the part.

Hole size

Sheet Metal Fabrication Hole Size

The size of the hole you need to make depends on the specific application and the material being used. In general, the hole diameter should be no less than the thickness of the material to avoid distortion or cracking.

Hole spacing

Sheet Metal Fabrication Hole spacing

The spacing between holes is also important, as it can affect the overall strength and stability of the sheet metal. In general, the distance between holes should be at least two times the diameter of the hole.


Sheet metal Tolerance

When drilling holes in sheet metal, it’s important to maintain a tight tolerance to ensure the holes are uniform in size and spacing. A tolerance of +/- 0.005 inches is generally recommended for most applications. More Detail

Hole shape

Sheet Metal Fabrication Hole shape

The shape of the hole can also impact the strength and durability of the sheet metal. Round holes are the most common, but other shapes like square or rectangular holes can be used for specific applications.

Applications of Sheet Metal Services

Aria offers a range of sheet metal fabrication capabilities to meet the needs of various industries and applications.



Consumer Goods

Medical Devices

Electronic Component

Sheet Metal Fabrication FAQs

A: Sheet metal fabrication is the process of creating parts, components and structures out of sheet metal.

Sheet metal fabrication involves cutting, forming, welding, painting and finishing of the material to create an end product that is both attractive and durable.

A: It can be used to create furniture, industrial machinery, automotive and aerospace structures, medical equipment and more. Sheet metal fabrication is often used in cases where the size and shape of the product need to be exact so it works perfectly with the rest of the system. It is also great for creating complex parts with intricate details, such as cooling fans and housings.

A: The cost of sheet metal fabrication depends on the complexity and size of the project. Generally speaking, larger projects that require more intricate details will cost more than smaller, simpler projects. Additionally, there can be additional costs associated with painting and finishing processes. It’s best to consult a professional to get an accurate estimate for your specific project.

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