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Courtice, ON
L1E 2S9
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Fax: (905) 434-1427
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Steel Fabrication with Baseline
Steel Fabrication with Baseline
December 29, 2016

Look around you. Though many people may not notice it, many components and products that we take for granted contain some aspect of metal or steel fabrication. All the way from paper clips to automobile parts, these products start out as an alloy or metal stock before ending up as the finished products they are today. So, what is the real difference between standard steel fabrication and custom steel fabrication?

The difference usually comes in the manufacturing approach used. In standard fabrication, products are developed following pre-defined standards such as measurements, capacity and metal density. In custom steel fabrication, products are designed to fit the customer’s specifications. It is the client who dictates the terms here.

Advantages of custom steel fabrication

Custom fabricated products can meet a client’s needs better than standard products. The product is tailored to meet the existing need in a way that standard products don’t achieve, and hence is more practical.  Baseline custom fabricating uses the expertise, experience and mastery of talented professionals to offer high end products and services in areas such as:

  • Laser cutting
  • Construction
  • Laser cutting
  • Stamping and rolling

Custom steel fabrication effectively overcomes the challenges of using standard products by introducing items that showcase superior performance. This makes it possible for businesses to meet the needs of their clients by having their production facilities designed according to the prevailing market circumstances. This makes it possible to increase or reduce production runs, quicken processing speed or enlarge accommodation channels depending on the customer traffic.

Professional fabricators have several options when it comes to creating products and parts to specification, as well as to optimizing the overall production process. However, the one thing that they have in common is that they tend to build a pre-design blueprint to guide them. Experience in fabrication processes makes it easier for experts to conceptualize new designs for faster production. 

Never knew!
Posted by: Archer | January 25, 2017, 11:38 am
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