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Custom Metal Fabrication

Sunday, November 10th, 2013

Sheet Metal Fabrication Division offer all types of fabrication, targets, stands, ornamental iron gates & fences, electrical cabinets, security front doors, roll cages, custom kids wagons, elevator parts, architectural, large retail fixtures etc. Their shop does all kinds of different fabrication from small items to large structures. Sheet Metal Fabrication Division builds out of everything from 20 gage sheet metal to 2″ thick solid steel motor/adaptor plates and to tube and pipe bending, handrails, etc. They can custom build most items out there, if they can’t they will let you know.  If you need a custom metal fabrication service like steel plate or bar bending, steel punching, shearing, milling, band saw cutting, welding, tube bending, no job to small or too big.

Metal fabrication refers to the process of constructing metal by changing the standard raw metal materials with the use of specialized tools and equipment. Metal fabrication techniques, depending on the temperature at which the metal is processed, can be either be cold, hot or warm.

Examples: forging, rolling, extrusion, drawing, deep drawing, bending, spinning, etc.

Things we use everyday have been modified by one or many metal fabrication processes. A paper clip is just steel wire formed and it might have a vinyl coating on it. Automobile parts could be stamped then laser cut or others are laser cut and then bent with a press brake and powder coated. During this shopping season, take time to check out the store displays. Store fixture that displays product for consumers to purchase include quite a bit of metal fabricated parts. Processes used could be laser cutting of sheet metal or laser cutting holes in tube fabrication, tube or sheet metal can then be bent in press brakes or rolled through roll forming equipment. There could be drilling, welding and grinding, threading, pem inserts and many other processes involved.

You can stop by the website of Sheet Metal Fabrication Division to check out some of their products and services. Everything in their website store are made by them.  The price and product are worth the hassle.

 

 

 

 

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Rack Sack Bags

Thursday, April 26th, 2012

We try to keep the house clean to keep an healthy environment especially when there is a baby or toddler around. Part of everything we buy becomes waste like wrappers and leftovers. We need something like rack sack bags to keep the trash that we have from being left all over the place. It can help us keep the place tidy and clean. It would also be easier to take the trash out. The trash bags can also be closed or put in its container so that germs and bacteria from inside does not escape or are kept inside the bag.

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Kitchen Light

Friday, February 4th, 2011

Lighting is important in the house. It can set the mood which is why soft light is preferred by some people especially in their bedroom. But kitchen lighting is a bit different or at least brighter than those in the room. Pendant lights can also be added to focus on some parts of the counter. Proper lighting is needed for the kitchen. It is where we cook and prepare food.

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Update your Home Accents and Design

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

Modern contemporary home design, like comfort and beauty, does not always come in expected and recognizable forms. Scale, rhythm, and proportions are often realized in startling forms. The look of modern contemporary style has smooth and unbroken linear appeal. To foster this, fabrics are usually solid shades or quiet tone-on-tones that are softly textured. To delineate areas for dining, entry or sleeping, rugs are placed to also add a grand touch of art on the floor.

The texture of accents is important to prevent monotony in the modern contemporary home style and so are occasional accent colors in the living room to make an interesting focal point. The textures are supple and sumptuous. If you have a good eye, you can update your home accents and design and add a classy carpeting that takes on radiance from shining mirrors in your modern contemporary conversation area.

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Painted Plates

Thursday, July 29th, 2010

We are used to having plates that are plain white or have some designs on the side. The plates for toddlers or babies even have pictures on it. It may be to make them eat more or have fun while eating. Some have plates with their own photo as decoration and is placed in the living room. A hand painted plate can be fun to use. The plate could also be used as a guest book where wedding guests sign with a special pen. The signed plate can be used as decoration or could also be used for eating. The signatures would of course be permanent on the plate and would be food-safe.

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Countertops

Friday, July 23rd, 2010

The kitchen is a part of the house that is often used, aside from where the TV or entertainment center is located. Sometimes it also takes a lot of beating because of cooking. Food is cut and prepared here and the dishes are also placed and washed here. After a time the countertop will look a bit old and worn out. With the use of new materials, there are countertops that are more durable and have a longer life.

More and more use granite countertops for their kitchen. Granite is very hard and quite durable. It’s scratch resistance quality is also perfect for use in the kitchen. It does not only improve the looks of the kitchen but is also quite economical. The kitchen will look as good as it was first installed. Since it is scratch resistant, it will not be obvious that it has been used for a long time. Good materials and fabrication techniques can be found at granite countertops Richmond. If unsure of what to put in the kitchen, professionals can be consulted in order to get the right product or top for the kitchen.

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Ceiling Fans

Tuesday, February 2nd, 2010

The house may seem cluttered at times and to lessen the clutter, some appliances are mounted on the walls or ceiling. The new TV can be wall mounted so there will be more floor space. The lamps can either be on a side table or can also be mounted on the wall. There are also some cabinets that are mounted near the ceiling above the counter where utensils can be kept. It also is a way to save some space in the house. Fans like the Minka Aire fans are mounted on the ceiling to lessen the need of stand fans or desk fans. There are also ceiling fans that have their own lamps so it will also light up the room aside from cooling it down. There are different designs of fans that would make the room brighter and make it a bit classy.

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Practical Paint-Based Faux Finishes

Monday, November 30th, 2009

If you have the luxury of time and a huge budget, it’s better to have genuine surface materials. However, if you’re a little low on cash or can’t wait for a time-tempered natural finish to occur (antiquing, for example), take heart, a little cheating won’t hurt. Faux finishes are almost as good as the real thing!

Don’t know where to start? Check out these paint-based faux finishes below.

Antiquing and Verdigris

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This mimics the patina that metals acquire over time. The natural greenish-bluish tones of verdigris can be duplicated when a piece of metal or plastic is exposed to heat and combined with acids. The trick is to apply the layers in uneven arbitrary patches for a more natural look.

Marbling

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This age-old classic finish emulates various natural marble veins, including carrara marbling which involves dipping a thin brush in black gaze and sweeping a softening brush in light, random strokes to create the characteristic marble pattern. Serpentine marbling, on the other hand, is achieved by rubbing oil paint on a surface using a tissue paper.

Faux Bois (Fake Wood)

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The subtle grains and lines of wood furniture or surface can be easily recreated. If done well, you can even replicate the book matching veins and knots of expensive wood veneers.

Paint Spattering

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This easy and popular finish employs tiny paint dots in a variety of colors for a rich yet effortless-looking surface accent on walls. The “spattering” effect is achieved by thumping a loaded paintbrush (or old toothbrush against a screen for small surfaces) against a stick to spatter it in different directions.

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Do Magic by Painting your House

Friday, July 3rd, 2009

Give new life to old things with a coat or two of paint.

paintbrush canIn these lean times, many of us are looking for ways to save money. But cutting costs shouldn’t stop you from making your house beautiful. There are many hidden treasures around your home just waiting to be discovered. All you need is a paintbrush in one hand, a can of paint in the other, and a weekend to complete any of these instant makeover projects.

Go over your house, room by room, and gather the knick-knacks you’ve collected over the years. Don’t toss them! Now instead of letting them collect dust, paint these all in sophisticated white and display it freeform-style on a bookshelf or small side table. You’ll be surprised at how these items (even the tackiest ones) will look interesting again!

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