Check back every now and then and learn more about our industry, projects, and new technologies. We offer insight and industry updates to keep our customers informed. Our blog is intended to give you more perspective so that you can maximize quality and efficiency at your business.
September 30, 2015

Angle rings can be made from different materials, and each has its benefits. While all angle rings must be made to withstand the usual rigors of manufacturing, different environments and applications can dictate what type of material you need. National Metal Fabricators knows this industry better than anyone, and we’re happy to lend you our expertise.

August 14, 2015

As an industry, we’ve come a long way in terms of sheet metal quality over the years. Customers demand materials that are reliable and able to withstand tough conditions. Galvanization is one method that sheet metal manufacturers use to bring customers top-quality products. With most metal fabricators, you know upfront whether the material you’re using has been galvanized.

July 10, 2015

Stainless steel and aluminum are very different materials, each with many unique features. We do fabrication services for both, so we want you to have some basic knowledge to enable you to make the right decision when it comes to your specific project. Below, read about some key differences in process and end product.

The Processes

April 14, 2015

Unpaved roads and sprawling farmlands aren’t stopping Brazil from buying new cars at one of the fastest rates on the planet. The region is becoming a leading manufacturer of autos — and automakers from around the globe are clamoring for a piece of the action.

February 4, 2015

The manufacturing industry is hitting its stride in recent years — both benefiting from and driving the economic recovery. Coming off a solid 2014, manufacturers are confident that the wind is finally at their backs. Based on early indicators, 2015 is shaping up to be yet another strong year for this industry. Here are four key indicators supporting this assumption: