Slitting is used to cut raw material - a wide coil of steel or metal or the mother coil - into a number of narrower coils called slitted coils.
In the stamping process, holes are punched according to the mould made to create multiple shaped holes. Punch tooling is made of hardened steel so that the punched holes are as clean as possible.
After stamping, the punched baby coils are sent for bending or forming and cutting. In bending, the metalwork is bent along a straight axis that products V-shape, U-shape or channel shape according to the production requirements for the metalwork.
Moulds are accurately made in this process to create the required stamping patterns in the next process.
In forming and cutting, the metalwork is formed and cut to sizes according to the requirements to ultimately form a desired roll-formed profile.
Powder coating is a process where thermoplastic or thermoset polymer powder finishes are coated on formed metal pieces to protect the surfaces and give colours to the metals.
To permanently join the multiple metal parts together into usable products, welding is carried out by melting both adjoining materials. As the molten metal quickly cool, the two adjoining pieces are then permanently bonded. Spot welding is a popular welding method where contacting metal surfaces are joined by the heat obtained from resistance against electric current flow.
Whether it is slitting or powder coating, our manufacturing processes are being monitored systematically and continuously. By overseeing the entire process and evaluating the products based on standard assessment, we are able to supervise the quality of the parts being produced, thus setting a stringent quality control system that sets us apart from our competitors.