Metal Fabrication of Custom Cold Rolled Steel Parts
Approved Sheet Metal (ASM) is the fastest source of formed cold rolled steel (CRS) sheet metal parts. Parts typically formed with this material are of the 1008 alloy. Cold rolled steels come in a variety of thicknesses and provide excellent flatness tolerance, surface finish, and press brake formability. We manufacture a variety of custom sheet metal parts, such as covers, shields, plates, fixtures, brackets, consoles, chassis, and more, in 2-10 days, in both prototype (1) to low volume production (up to 5,000) quantities. Cold-rolled steel is a popular choice for sheet metal fabrication, and with our over three decades of sheet metal fabrication experience, you can rest assured that we have what it takes to get your parts on your dock on time and right the first time!
Cold-rolled steel parts are used in a variety of industries including electrical, medical, robotics, instrumentation, aerospace, and many more. Fabricating customer cold-rolled steel parts to order is a well-established process in the metal industry. In most cases, the cold-rolled steel metal parts are produced by cutting, bending, and then welding them together. The cutting process can be done using a variety of methods, including laser cutting, waterjet cutting, and plasma cutting. Once the cold-rolled steel sheet metal parts have been cut to size, they are then bent into shape using a press brake. Finally, the parts are welded together using either TIG or MIG welding. This entire process can be completed in-house at a metal fabrication like Approved Sheet Metal.
Whether you need one part or one hundred, we can help you obtain the perfect cold-rolled steel part for your project. Contact us today to learn more about our capabilities or request a quote.