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Your Guide to Common Metal Fabrication Processes at Cutters Fab

Updated: Aug 10, 2019

Prior to opening its doors, Cutters Fabrication Solutions spent months in the business development phase, visiting sites nationwide to invest in versatile equipment capable of accomplishing a wide range of jobs. The end result is our multi-building shop in Tempe, fully prepared to handle projects from virtually any industry and of any size. Listed below is a brief overview of our most common metal fabrication processes and the advantages they offer to our clients.

1. Welding

Cutters Fab employs five talented welders to make sure that multiple project deadlines can be managed effectively at any given point. Our staff is well-supported in terms of both equipment and experience to handle any MIG or TIG welding projects that present themselves.

2. Machining

The machining capabilities of Cutters Fab rely on the use of CNC milling and CNC lathe equipment to execute jobs as quickly and efficiently as possible. Every piece of machinery placed in our shop was carefully considered prior to purchase based on its ability to amplify our rate of production without detracting from the quality of the projects we complete.

3. Laser cutting

Our Bystronic Byspeed 4400kW laser cutter is at the heart of everything we do. Cutters Fab relies on this industrial laser to tackle projects with accuracy and speed, forming everything from small, intricate lines and details on small metal products to identical, large-scale pieces in rapid succession. Our laser cutter limits our need for a large staff to finish big jobs and significantly reduces the creation of scrap metal—all of which makes it easier for our company to offer clients high-quality work at an affordable price.

4. Bending

The two press brakes at the Cutters Fab shop utilize multi-axis back gauges to develop complex parts with precision. Our staff is trained to examine every piece bent with a press break for accuracy, ensuring that the end result is a project where parts fit together seamlessly.

5. CAD design & prototyping

Our in-house design team is experienced in the use of CAD software and able to draft detailed blueprints of your projects before we get to work. The prototypes based off of these blueprints ensure that our clients have a clear idea of the end result they can expect before any metal arrives on our shop floor.

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