What Is Sheet Metal Assembly?
Often our parts are shipped to the customer to be assembled into the final product. However, if a customer desires a more complete product when it arrives on their floor, we have the capability to perform electro-mechanical assembly at any level- from basic to complex. Our sheet metal assembly process typically involves welding and binding the parts with adhesives, rivets, or threaded fasteners.
This range of assembly methods and our additional fabrication capabilities allows us to customize each project for the exact specifications that are called for. Finally, we can even perform product testing to ensure that the final assembly is working properly before it leaves our facility. As such, our capabilities can be utilized across various industries, making us the one-stop-shop for metal fabrication, assembly, and finishing.
Since cosmetic parts often require finishing before final delivery to the customer, here at PMF we have our own in-house paint facility. We use a powder coat method of painting in which we spray statically-charged powder onto metal, then bake it in large ovens until cured. Powder paint is sold in almost any color and texture and the dry paint method is much cleaner than wet paint, eliminating problems like runs and drips.