Steel structure fabrication is the process of cutting, bending, welding, and assembling steel components to create a structure that is used in various industries such as construction, automotive, aerospace, and manufacturing. The process involves several steps, including:
Design: The first step is to design the structure using computer-aided design (CAD) software. The design should consider the intended purpose of the structure, the load it will bear, and the environmental conditions it will be exposed to.
Material selection: Once the design is complete, the next step is to select the appropriate type of steel for the structure. The steel should have the required strength and durability to withstand the loads and environmental conditions.
Cutting: After selecting the steel, the next step is to cut it into the required shapes and sizes using tools such as saws, plasma cutters, and lasers.
Bending: Once the steel is cut, it is then bent into the required shapes using tools such as press brakes and rollers.
Welding: The next step is to weld the steel components together using techniques such as arc welding, MIG welding, and TIG welding.
Assembly: Finally, the welded components are assembled to form the final structure.
Throughout the process, quality control measures are in place to ensure that the steel structure meets the required specifications and standards. Steel structure fabrication has several advantages over other construction materials, including its high strength-to-weight ratio, durability, and resistance to fire and corrosion. It is also highly customizable, allowing for the creation of complex and unique structures. Steel structures are commonly used in the construction of buildings, bridges, industrial plants, and other large-scale infrastructure projects..
Our Fabrication Process
- Burning and Cutting
- Punching and Stamping