Adrian Perez, Author at General Saw Company

September 16, 2020
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Whenever the need for custom metal fabrication comes into play, securing a fruitful relationship with a metal fabricator can be a tough nut to crack. There are plenty of metal fabricator services out there claiming to offer results but they may not even have the infrastructure to get your project off the ground! Metal fabrication is no game, thousands of industrial processes and products rely heavily on the quality metal fabrication to finish the job. Custom metal fabrication misconceptions are a dime a dozen, people regularly step into quicksand when choosing their fabrication partner and are let down when the final product is revealed. The crew at General Saw Company has decided to clear the air and dispel some of these common misconceptions so that you can have an easier time choosing the perfect metal fabrication partner for the job!


September 16, 2020
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Whatever your sheet metal fabrication needs are, you’re going to need a quality finished product that can hold up and withstand the intense pressures of your industry. As with trade or skill, the quality of your metal fabrication is almost entirely dependent on the skill of your trusted contractor. While machinery, tools, equipment, and parts play a huge role in determining the quality of your fabricated metal, user skill and operational expertise are the biggest determining factors in producing a quality finished product. We’ve all seen or heard of those horror stories; someone invites a shady roofer to do work on their home and they are rewarded with costly repairs and a big headache down the road. Metal fabrication is no different, thankfully there are few questions to ask your metal fabricator that are perfect for weeding out the quality companies from the chaff! 


June 8, 2015
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Plasma is a cutting edge technology that adds a whole new world of possibilities to the industry of sheet metal fabrication. Traditionally, plasma cutters (also known as plasma torches) are used in hand-held variants; this tool is a great way to cut through a variety of materials including sheet metal, pipes, straps, bolts, and metal plates! These plasma cutters can also be used to cut shapes out of steel and sheet metal plates, but it can be extremely hard to produce the correct edge quality suitable for most metal fabrication needs. This is where we can begin to answer the question: what is a plasma cutting table?


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