We are ISO 9001:2008 and ISO/TS16949:2002 certified company exporting to various Automatic equipment, Household appliances,Power equipment, Medical equipment, communication industry, Rail transit equipment industry, New energy series equipment, Agricultural machinery manufacturers worldwide.
---Custom fabricated sheet metal products
---Equipment and electrical enclosures
---Metal covers, metal boxes and cabinets
---Fiber distributor box
---Water treatment purifier frames
---Custom metal shelving & brackets
---Metal electronics components
---Printer housing, Air conditioning housing.
---Bank, telecommunication service terminal Cabinets
The Sheet Metal Fabrication workshop occupies 6000sqm, equipped with Hi-Tech manufacturing machinery. DINGBEN provides the engineering and manufacturing service of different sheet metal parts & assembly based on customers' design or concept that includes: Cutting: Shear, Laser cut, CNC Punch/Bending: Various forming shape/Welding: Tig, Mig & Spot welding/Drilling, Taping, PEM Insertion ect/All the different surface treatment as Painting, Powder coating, Zinc plating, HDG, Anodization will be outsourced.
Quality is the key to our business success, for each project, we have the Assigned team to control the quality during the whole process that includes the quality management as:
FAIR (First Article Inspection) / DURPO (During Production Inspection) / PSI (Pre-shipment Inspection)
One Stop Solution / Strict Quality Control / Safe Packing & Transport / Pick up the most economical method / Excellent Engineering Team / Fast & Smooth Communication.
Sheet metal fabrication is using sheet metal to build metal machines and structures. It can be a complex process involving many different professionals. Businesses that specialize in sheet metal fabrication are commonly referred to as fabrication shops, or fab shops for short.
Sheet metal fabrication generally involves cutting and burning the sheet metal. Special tools, such as band saws, are used to cut the sheet metal. Band saws have special hardened blades and are capable of feeding the sheet metal to ensure even cutting.
Chops saws are also used in sheet metal fabrication. Chop saws are similar to miter saws, but they have an abrasive disk specifically made for cutting sheet metal. Cutting torches are also used in sheet metal fabrication. Cutting torches are cable of cutting large sections of sheet metal with very little effort.
Sheet metal fabrication also involves the use of hydraulic breaks. With hydraulic breaks, sheet metal fabrication is simplified, as they help create bends at predetermined angles. Rolling machines are also used in sheet metal fabrication to form steel into round sections.
Another main focus of sheet metal fabrication is welding. After the sheet metal parts are formed, they are assembled and tack welded into place. Various welding techniques can be used in sheet metal fabrication to avoid warping or other visual defects. These include using a stout fixture, welding in a staggered manner, covering the metal with sand during the cooling process, and special straightening processes.
Straightening warped steel during sheet metal fabrication is accomplished with an Oxy-acetylene torch. With straightening, heat is applied to the metal in a slow, linear fashion. Using this method, a highly skilled welder can remove even significant warpage.
To finish the sheet metal fabrication process, the metal is usually sand blasted, then primed and painted. Then, the finishing touches are placed according to the customers specifications, and the piece is inspected and shipped.