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Optimise Construction Project Through Precise Aluminium and Stainless Steel Cutting

Blog | September 8th, 2019

When it comes time to work on your next construction project, you need to make sure that you have the right team of metalworkers on your side. Being able to efficiently and effectively cut through stainless steel and aluminium can be of great benefit to your job. In fact, the right team of metalworkers can optimize the production of your metal, thus making your construction project go quicker than ever. Let’s see what a team of professional cutting experts can do for you!

Optimise Your Construction Project with Effective Cutting

When it comes time to work on your construction project, you are going to need a steady supply of metal that has been perfectly manipulated to suit your needs. Here at K & K Steel, we offer a range of different stainless steel and aluminium cutting techniques. Several different approaches can be taken depending on the kind of work that needs to be done. Here are a few of the cutting services that we are proud to offer.

1) Punching – Punching is an integral part of the metal fabrication process. Essentially, punching is a process that removes a slug from your piece of material by way of a punching die. This procedure is essential to the fabrication process.

2) Profile Cutting – Profile cutting incorporates laser, plasma, and oxy cutting machines. The goal of profile cutting is to take your piece of stainless steel and transform it into the specific shape that you need. Profile cutting can be used with a variety of different metals, but the process differs based on the core material being used.

3) General Fabrication – If you need a specific metal structure crafted for your construction project that can be handled by our in-house general fabrication team. By employing all of our professional processes, from cutting to forming and welding, we’ll be able to craft anything out of stainless steel or aluminium that you desire, provided it is even possible.

4) Shearing – Shearing is a part of the fabricating process that entails cutting straight lines into your metal stock. The upper and lower blade of our machines will force past one another to make the perfect cut.

5) Band Saw Cutting – Finally, you get to the world of bandsaw cutting. A band saw or bandsaw is just a powered saw with a sharp blade that features metal teeth. This process is used for fine cuts that require more workmanship than our other automated processes.

If you are ready to optimise your construction project, you’ve come to the right place. Contact our team today to discuss your specific construction needs.

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