Sheet Metal Fabrication
at Prototek

Parts in days anywhere in the USA.

Our custom Sheet Metal Fabrication offers:

Quality Matters  |  AS9100D Certified, ISO 9001:2015, ISO 13485:2016, & ITAR Registered

Certifications and Registrations

* Not all locations have all certifications and registrations. Parts requiring these will be made at facilities with the correct certifications and registrations.

Sheet Metal Fabrication
Sheet Metal Bracket

Our Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication Services

Our sheet metal fabrication services provide custom-made metal parts and components for various industries and applications. Our skilled engineers and technicians use advanced equipment and techniques to create precise, high-quality products from different materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and titanium. We can produce anything from simple brackets and enclosures to complex assemblies and structures. Our services include design and engineering support, metal cutting, bending, punching, welding, painting, and finishing. We also offer rapid prototyping and low-volume production options to meet specific project needs. We pride ourselves on delivering cost-effective and reliable solutions that meet our clients’ quality, performance, and turnaround time requirements. Whether it’s a one-off project or a large production run, our team is ready to provide exceptional sheet metal fabrication services that exceed expectations.

Sheet Metal Fabrication | Bending & Forming
Bending & Forming

OEM:

Amada and Birmingham

Lead Time:

1 -15 Days

Max Dimensions:

61 x 0.1345 in (10 Ga.)
Roll Length & Diameter: 4-3/4 in
(capacity based on Mild Steel)
Pinch Adjustment: Standard

Sheet Metal Fabrication | Laser Cutting
Laser Cutting

OEM:

Amada, Beam Dynamics, Epilog, IPG

Lead Time:

1 -15 Days

Max Dimensions:

61 x 99 x 11.8 in

Sheet Metal Fabrication | Waterjet Cutting
Waterjet Cutting

OEM:

Flow

Lead Time:

1 -15 Days

Max Dimensions:

Linear Straightness: ± 0.0021 in

Repeatability: 0.0014 in

Sheet Metal Fabrication Materials

Protek offers a wide range of sheet metal fabrication materials to cater to clients’ diverse needs. These materials include stainless steel, aluminum, copper, brass, and galvanized steel. Stainless steel is a highly durable material that offers excellent corrosion resistance and is suitable for applications in harsh environments. Aluminum, on the other hand, is lightweight and offers excellent resistance to corrosion, making it ideal for use in lightweight structures. Copper and brass are perfect for applications requiring high electrical conductivity and are often used in electrical components and wiring. Galvanized steel offers high strength and durability and is typically used in applications with critical corrosion resistance. Protoek’s team of experts can help clients select the appropriate sheet metal fabrication material based on the specific needs of their project.

Aluminum

Sheet metal fabricated aluminum is a popular choice for many industries due to its durability, lightweight properties, and attractive appearance. It is commonly used in aircraft, automobiles, appliances, and electronics construction. The fabrication process allows for customization of the final product, ensuring that it meets the exact specifications of the customer. The end product is strong, malleable, and resists rust and corrosion, making it an ideal choice for many applications.

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Copper

Sheet metal fabrication shapes and forms metals into desired products like copper sheets. Copper has excellent ductility and malleability, making it perfect for fabrication. Sheet metal fabricated copper is commonly used in roofing, plumbing, electrical systems, and electronics. The fabrication process uses specialized tools to cut and shape copper sheets to a specific size. Assembled using welding and soldering techniques, sheet metal fabricated copper has excellent thermal and electrical conductivity, which is ideal in the electronics and electrical industries. It is also corrosion-resistant and can be finished with various treatments to enhance lifespan. In summary, sheet metal fabricated copper is reliable and versatile in multiple industries and applications.

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Stainless Steel

Stainless steel sheet metal is a strong and corrosion-resistant material used in various industries. It’s made by adding chromium to steel, thus forming a protective layer that prevents rust and other forms of corrosion. The sheet metal fabrication process involves cutting, bending, and welding a flat stainless steel sheet to create the desired shape. Industries use this durable material in automotive parts, industrial equipment, and building components as it’s low-maintenance and can withstand harsh environments and extreme temperatures. It’s preferred for its quality, versatility, and aesthetic appeal.

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Titanium

Sheet metal fabricated titanium is a popular material for sheet metal fabrication due to its excellent strength, corrosion resistance properties, and lightweight nature. Fabricated titanium sheets are commonly used in aerospace, military, medical, and industrial applications that require components with high strength-to-weight ratios. Additionally, titanium’s unique properties make it an ideal material for applications subject to high heat.

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Sheet Metal Finishes

After cutting, bending, and forming sheet metal– finishing is the step in sheet metal fabrication as it determines the appearance and durability of the final product. Sheet metal fabricators may use various finishing techniques such as painting, powder coating, polishing, anodizing, or plating to provide additional protection against corrosion and wear. The chosen finishing technique depends on the metal product’s intended use and the manufacturer’s aesthetic preferences. A high-quality finish can enhance the product’s visual appeal and increase its value. Overall, finishing is crucial in creating a successful sheet metal fabrication project. Choosing a qualified and experienced sheet metal fabricator like Prototek can ensure the desired result is essential.

Sheet Metal Finishes

Prototek's Manufacturing Process

1. Get A Quote

Upload a CAD file and your project details to get a quote.

2. Production

Once the project specifications have been established and the quote is accepted, our team starts production.

3. Quality Control

When the part has been completed and finished, it passes through quality control.

4. Delivery

After your part goes through quality control, our team ships the part(s) to you.
Why choose Prototek's sheet metal fabrication services to manufacture your project?

For several reasons, Prototek’s sheet metal fabrication services are ideal for manufacturing your project. Prototek has state-of-the-art equipment, advanced machinery, and talented sheet metal fabricators. This ensures that every project is produced with high precision and attention to detail and meets the highest quality standards. Secondly, our experienced team at Prototek comprises highly skilled engineers, designers, and sheet metal fabricators with expertise in various industries. We work with you through every step of the fabrication process, providing technical support as needed. Thirdly, Prototek is dedicated to providing cost-effective solutions to its clients and embraces constant innovation to ensure its services remain cutting-edge. Finally, we pride ourselves on its exceptional communication, having streamlined and efficient processes to deliver projects quickly and accurately. These reasons make us an excellent choice for manufacturing your metal fabrication project.

What do our customers say about us?
They are competitively priced for their services and a very personable team to work with. If you haven't used them - do it! You'll have a lifelong vendor you be happy with that repeatedly goes above and beyond what is asked.
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