Custom Metal Fabricators: Working With Steel


Metal fabricators often work with various types of steel. Wisconsin Metal Fab is no exception. We most commonly work with A36, A1011, and A1008 sheet and plate steel, but We are we’re always ready to work with the different grades and alloys your project might require, as well as stainless steel and aluminum.

Why Choose Steel?

Steel is popular among many of our customers. There are over 3,500 different grades of steel available, each with its own unique physical, chemical, and environmental properties. With so many choices, we should have no problem finding steel capable of meeting the demands of your company’s latest project.

At Wisconsin Metal Fab, our staff enjoys working with steel due to its versatility and variety . When it comes to working with steel to produce either a standard or customized component, we have a long history of steel fabrication to draw upon, so we can decide the best process to produce the desired results. These can include:

  • Cutting: Plasma and laser cutting are both very effective at producing clean, complex steel shapes
    Finishing: Wet painting and powder coating are a both popular choices for providing protection against the elements and the color your project requires
    Punching, forming, rolling, and riveting 
  • Welding: We utilize various types of welding, including MIG, TIG, and Stick. We also have 2 robotic welders for large-quantity projects
Moreover, our skilled and trained custom metal fabricators can do any of the above and more without negatively affecting the mechanical strength of the metal.

Custom Metal Fabricators –Working with Steel

At Wisconsin Metal Fab, we are always ready to tackle difficult and complex custom metal fabrication. Our track record says it all. When it comes to working with steel, our professional custom metal fabricators continue to prove their mettle. Working closely with our customers, we continually provide them with high-quality, long-lasting, durable steel components and products.

Let Wisconsin Metal Fab design and produce your next custom metal fabrication order today!

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