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Sheet Metal Fabrication & Assembly

Sheet Metal Fabrication Worker
Sheet Metal Fabrication Worker

As a technology-forward company, at Icon Metalcraft, Inc., we leverage automated machine tool technology and a CAD/CAM connectivity to accomplish precision metal fabrication in minimal time. We operate a large, modern production facility housing an impressive inventory of machining and fabrication equipment for manufacturing products for industries such as aerospace, military, marine, and medical. Our wide range of capabilities enables us to provide end-to-end services from engineering and fabrication through to assembly and finishing.

Along with shearing, sawing, and cutting equipment, our manufacturing plant incorporates a wide range of sheet metal forming machinery and a large CNC machining department. We also possess high-end laser equipment, and we are capable of machining, cutting, micro fabricating and welding. With all of this equipment, one of our primary strengths is establishing the most efficient methods to fabricate quality products in a lean and cost conscious manner. Our project planners have remarkable insight into process efficiency, while our technicians have an excellent mix of skills and a quality-driven work ethic.

We work with all types of metal in all of its raw forms, including coil, sheet, bar stock, tubing, and plate. Along with abrasion resistant plate, steel and steel alloys, and aluminum, we fabricate products using high-strength, high-temperature superalloys, nickel and nickel alloys, and many others. Examples of items we fabricate include laboratory equipment, safety and fire enclosures, high-end telecommunications enclosures, structural panels, and more. We have a large assembly area and a well-outfitted finishing department with painting and silk screening capabilities. As an ISO 9001:2008 and AS 9100C certified company, we continuously monitor quality to ensure products conform to your specifications.

Whether your project involves a one-of-a-kind item or an order of up to 5,000 units, we have the resources to accommodate your needs. Lead times are typically only three to four weeks. For more information about our metal fabrication capabilities or to request a quote, contact us directly.

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Sheet Metal Fabrication & Assembly Specifications

General Capabilities
Small Components
Large Components
Heavy Components
Offshore
Fabrication Method
Bending
Circle Shearing
CNC Machining
Curving
Cut-Off
Cutting
Drawn
Extrusion
Forming
Forming is accomplished by affixing a preform or blank to a mandrel or chuck on the rotating member of a lathe. The tool used to form the
sheet metal is called a spoon.
Laser Machining
Laser Microfabricating
Laser Welding
Machining
Pertruded
Pressed
Rolling
Sawing
Screw Machining
Stamping
Stitching
Stretch Forming
Welding
Materials
Abrasion Resistant Plate
Alloy
Aluminum
Architectural Metal
Beryllium
Brass
Bronze
Carbon Steel
Copper
Heat Resistant Metals
Heat Resistant Steels
High Temperature Alloy
Lead
Light Metal
Magnesium
Nickel
Nickel Alloy
Perforated Metal
Powdered Metal
Sheet Metal
Stainless Steel
Steel
Steel Plate
Structural Steel
Raw Material Forms
Coil
Sheet
Bar Stock
Tubing
Plate
Fabricated Products
Angles
Heavy Plate
High Pressure Tubing
Hypodermic Tubing
Laboratory Equipment
Magnets
Panels
Plates
Pressure Vessel Shells
Tooling
Tubes
Tubing
Wire
Wire Leads
Additional Services Provided
Assembly
Design
Electroplating
Embossing
Etching
Fabrication Alternatives
Finishing
Lead Burning
Painting
Pleating
Polishing
Prefinishing
Structural Steel Erection
Production Volume
1 min
20000 max
Specialty Production Shop
Prototype
Low Volume
High Volume
Typical Lead Times
3 to 4 Weeks

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Aerospace
Fire & Safety
Marine
Medical
Military
Telecommunications
Industry Standards
AAC
AEC
ANSI- American National Standards Institute
AS - Aerospace Industry Standard
ASME - American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ASTM - American Society for Testing and Materials
AWS - American Welding Society
ISO - International Organization for Standardization
Mil-Spec - Military Specifications
NADCAP - National Aerospace And Defense Contractors Accreditation Program
RoHS - Restriction Of Hazardous Substances (Compliant)
Efficiency
Six Sigma Certification
  • Green Belt
  • Black Belt
Lights Out Manufacturing
Lean Manufacturing
File Formats
AlphaCAM (AMD,ATD)
AutoCAD (DWG,DWZ)
BMP - Bit Mapped Graphics
Catia (CATDrawing,CATPart)
Delcam (DGK, DMT)
DXF - Drawing Interchange Format, or Drawing Exchange Format
GIF - Graphics Interchange Format
IGES - Initial Graphics Exchange Specification, ANSI file format.
Inventor (IDW, IPT)
IronCAD (ICD,ICS)
JPG or JEPG - Joint Photographic Experts Group
MasterCam (MDX, MC8, MC9, SET)
PDES - Product Data Exchange using STEP, Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data. A standard format for exchanging data between advanced CAD and CAM programs.
PDF - Portable Document Format
Pro-E or Pro/Engineer (DRW,PRT,XPR)
SAT - 3D ACIS Model File
SolidEdge (DFT)
SolidWorks (SLDPRT,SLDDRW,SLDDRT)
STEP - Standard for the Exchange of Product Model Data
TIFF - Tagged Image File Format
TurboCAD (TCW,TCX)
Unigraphics (PRT)
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