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Customers will need to be able to verify all dimensions of the part(s). If the customer can supply a .dxf or .dwg file, it would help with the programming. (We do have software programs available for programming if you’re unable to provide a file). Our programmers will draw out the part in our BySoft 7 software and send the file to the laser machine. We determine which laser machine based on: Thickness of material, Availability, and Sheet Size (the 10k has a larger bed so it can fit larger sheets of material). Once the laser machine reads the file, our laser operators will know what size of material to get from the stock racks. The laser bed reads from the 0 (zero) coordinates, so the material will be placed in that corner. Once the material is in the machine, the laser will automatically read the sheet and its position to start cutting the part(s) by using a laser beam along with oxygen or nitrogen assist gas. The use of nitrogen or oxygen is determined by the thickness and material type: Aluminum and stainless steel always use nitrogen, Mild Steel (Hot/Cold Roll) uses nitrogen for 3/8” or thinner material and oxygen for 3/8” or thicker material. The cutting head, where the laser beam comes out, has various sizes of nozzle tips that regulate the gases.

State of the art.

Here at McArthur Sheet Metal, everything is computer designed in a 3-dimensional assembly to ensure a perfect fit and finish every time. We utilize the precision of the design work, coupled with the precision of the machines to provide a seamless fit and finish, along with the ability to easily create difficult and complex shapes and transitions in a fraction of the time. This advanced modeling capability also allows customers to see their parts or project ahead of time, and allows for any changes to be made before the project hits the production floor.

We can bend sheet metal to the exact specifications you need.

Using press brakes is one of the quickest ways to bend metal materials. In this process, a piece of metal will be formed along a straight axis. Press brakes use punch and die sets, also known as tooling, to create v-shaped, u-shaped, and even channel-shaped products. This helps to achieve very high quality bends in the end product. The technology we have with our machines allows the 10k and 20k lasers to communicate with the press brakes (Xpert Pro 250 and Xpert 80) through the BySoft 7 software. The programmers will make a bend file to send to the machines. The programmed file tells the machines exactly what part is being bent. With the automation technology the machines have, the operators simply insert the part according to the screen and run a foot pedal which lowers the punch and die set to properly bend the part.