Value Added Services
Value Added Services
Precision cutting and inspection made simple with Dmsons.
Metal cutting and inspection play a critical role in the manufacturing process of many industries.This requires high accuracy and regular quality checks to assure efficient delivery to our customers. At Dmsons, we have been perfecting the science and craft of precision cutting and inspection with the help of state of the art technology and the expertise of our skilled workforce.
Our value added services include sheet metal rolling, cutting and bending.
Sheet metal rolling involves passing of metal stock through one or more pairs of rolls to reduce the thickness and make the thickness uniform according to specific dimensions. This metal can be available in flat pieces or coiled strips. Sheet metal can be cut and bent into numerous applications like ductwork, machine components, architectural column covers, wall coverings, tank bodies and machine guards are just to name a few. Multiple manufacturing processes of sheet metal include rolling, bending, curling, incremental sheet forming, laser cutting, perforating, press brake forming, punching, spinning and stamping.
This service is a major classification for many different press working operations. Metal cutting involves the separation of metal sheet in certain areas. The most common cutting processes are ‘punching, piercing and shearing processes'. Clean cut edges, precise tool guidance, minimal installation space due to integrated damping of cutting impact and optimal scrap management are instrumental to deliver you maximum benefits.
Types of Cutting
- Plasma Cutting
- Plasma cutting is a suitable process for cutting mild steel plates, offering much higher speed than oxy fuel cutting. These processes are carried out under a fortified system which includes robust power supply, water cooler (on systems over about 100 Amps), gas control, torch leads, interconnecting hoses & cables and the torch itself. The abundant productivity of plasma cutting offers great value for money as our process uses multiple torches for cutting at once.
- Laser Cutting
- This process is great for cutting mild steel from gauge thickness up to about 1.25 inch. Beyond the 1 inch barrier, all the other parameters have to be proportionate to make it work reliably, including the material (laser grade steel), gas purity, nozzle condition and beam quality.
- Laser cutting is a process in which mild steel goes through a burning process that uses the extreme heat of a focused laser beam instead of a preheat flame. Metal laser cutting is now one of the most widely used manufacturing processes in the world.
- It is used in industries such as automotive, electronics, semiconductor and medical sectors, offering a huge range of benefits and uses.
- Gas Cutting
- Gas cutting has become an indispensable process in any industry today, where the steel is cut by means of a jet of oxygen directed onto a portion of it previously heated to red heat. Gas cutting is primarily used in railways, shipyards, power plants, cement plants, fertilizer plants, textile industries, infrastructure & project companies, mining sector, white goods industry, refinery & petrochemical, manufacturing units, sugar factories and heavy engineering companies. The advantages of gas cutting at Dmsons include superior cutting at low cost (better cutting speed, kerf formation and surface finish), low oxygen consumption, reduction in cylinder inventory by at least three times compared to oxy acetylene, high technology that easily cuts 12 inch (300 mm) thick metal and low slag formation.
Bending is the forming of sheet metal by application of force, which exerts pressure on a certain length of material either at a certain point or linear as an evenly distributed weight. Our process is carried out with press brakes, roll bending machines and embossing/coining machines. There are many different industries that benefit from the sheet metal forming process every day. For example, metal fabrication is used in the automotive industry to create fenders, hoods and doors. The most common applications of bent sheet metal parts are as automobile & aircraft panels, housings, cabinets, etc. It is also used in the home appliance industry to create freezers, hoods and sinks. Metal bending is mainly practiced on austenitic stainless steel, low alloy aluminium & copper, mild steel and brass.