Custom Steel Screen Perforating

A client from the material handling industry approached Weaver and Sons about fabricating two steel frame housings. We used A572 GR50 and A36 steel to create the 12′ long, 6′ wide and 7′ high housing. Throughout all the processes (laser cutting, saw cutting, drilling, rolling /bending, MIG welding and mechanical assembly) we held tightest tolerances of ±.030. After a turnaround time of 4-6 weeks, and 100% dimensional inspection, we shipped the housings to the company’s Saltillo, Mississippi location.

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Project Highlights of Metal Fabrication Steel Frame Project

Project Description This steel frame housing is used within a dust collector application.
Capabilities Applied / Processes Primary
Laser Cutting
Saw Cutting
MIG Welding
Mechanical Assembly
Overall Steel Frame Dimensions Length: 12′
Width: 6′
Height: 7′
Tightest Tolerance ±.030
Material Used A572 GR50 Steel
A36 Steel
In process testing performed 100% Dimensional Inspection
Industry for Used Material Handling
Volume 2
Turn Around Time 4-8 weeks
Delivery Location Saltillo, Mississippi
Standards Met Customer Supplied Print
Product Name Dust Collector Frame Housing
perforated screen, perforated metal screen