Steel Processing

At BitsOfSteel, we’re more than just a metal fabrication company; we’re the craftsmen you can count on to bring your projects to life.

We understand that every cut, bend, and polish matters, which is why we pour our expertise and attention to detail into every piece of steel that passes through our hands.

Our commitment to delivering best quality and precision is the foundation of our reputation as a go-to partner in the steel processing industry.

We’re here to make sure that your vision becomes a solid reality, crafted with care and engineered to perfection.

Expertise, Cutting-Edge Technology

We bring together a team of experienced technicians and engineers equipped with the latest advancements in steel processing technology.

Our state-of-the-art facility houses a wide range of specialized equipment, enabling us to tackle even the most complex projects with unwavering expertise.

Comprehensive Services for Every Need

Whether you require intricate cutting, enhanced protection, or precise bending, our comprehensive portfolio of steel processing services caters to your every need.

We offer a range of services, including:

Steel cutting

Steel cutting is the process of removing material from a piece of steel to create a desired shape or size.

There are many different methods of steel cutting, but some of the most common include:

  • Mechanical cutting: This involves using a physical cutting tool, such as a saw or shear, to remove material from the steel.
  • Thermal cutting: This involves using heat to melt away the steel, such as with a plasma cutter or laser.
  • Chemical cutting: This involves using chemicals to dissolve the steel, such as with an acid etch.

The type of steel cutting that is used depends on the thickness, hardness, and shape of the steel being cut.

Steel punching/shearing

Steel punching/shearing is a type of mechanical cutting that uses a punch or shear to remove material from a piece of steel.

Punches are typically used to create small, round holes, while shears are used to create larger, irregular shapes.

Steel Drilling

Steel drilling is a type of machining that uses a drill bit to create holes in a piece of steel.

The drill bit is rotated and fed into the steel, removing material as it goes.

The speed and feed of the drill bit are controlled to create a smooth, accurate hole.

Steel Swaging

Steel swaging is a type of forming that uses a swaging die to reduce the diameter of a piece of steel.

The swaging die is a conical piece of metal that is forced into the steel, compressing it and reducing its diameter.

Powder coating

Powder coating is a type of finishing that uses a dry powder to create a durable, protective coating on a piece of steel.

The powder is electrostatically charged and sprayed onto the steel, where it adheres to the surface.

The powder is then cured in an oven, which melts and fuses the powder into a hard, smooth coating.

Laser cutting

Laser cutting is a type of thermal cutting that uses a laser beam to melt away the steel.

The laser beam is highly focused and can cut through very thin materials.

Laser cutting is a precise and efficient way to cut steel, and it is often used for creating intricate designs.

Plasma cutting

Plasma cutting is a type of thermal cutting that uses a plasma torch to cut through steel.

The plasma torch creates a jet of plasma, which is a hot, ionized gas.

The plasma jet melts away the steel, creating a clean, smooth cut.

Plasma cutting is faster than laser cutting and can cut through thicker materials.

Steel Bending & Folding

Steel bending & folding is a type of forming that uses a press brake to bend and fold steel into desired shapes.

The press brake has a ram that forces the steel into a die, which creates the desired shape.

Steel bending & folding is a versatile process that can be used to create a wide variety of shapes and angles.