Metal finishing is the process of altering an object’s surface. The reason for this process is to improve the appearance of the meta. And to prepare it for paint, powder coating, or other surface coatings. In some cases, it is also used for improving the durability of the metal.
The act of bending metal using a press brake has many different names. Some of those names are metal bending, forming, and sheet metal bending. But all are actually the same thing. At NaiMor we utilize precision CNC press brakes for all metal bending jobs.
CNC stands for “computer numerical control” and it is a method of automating different tools and machines used for manufacturing. In essence, CNC allows for the ability to pre-program computer software on machines that then dictates the movement of factory tools and machinery. This is accomplished through a programming language called “G-code,” which is executed by a microcomputer attached to a CNC capable machine. This microcomputer is called a “machine control unit” (MCU), and it tells the machine the instructions and parameters it is to follow based on what the code says for that particular part.
Did you know that NaiMor has an assembly room that is separate from our main production facility?
This separate room allows us to assemble and package your products in a clean and dust free environment. This way any sensitive products that we fabricate will arrive assembled to any degree you require!
At NaiMor we have the ability to do both hardware insertion and metal finishing. Our metal finishing capabilities are deburr, edge rounding, graining, and slag removal. And our hardware insertion capabilities allows us to do fast and accurate insertion of studs, fasteners, pems, etc.