When it comes to metal fabrication capabilities, Electro Dynamics LLC is unmatched. For over 25 years, Electro Dynamics LLC has been building and refining our state-of-the-art welding services, sheet metal fabrication services and related metal-working services to produce the best possible parts in the most efficient way for your industry. Through the years, we’ve been able to add to and upgrade our service offerings to meet the evolving needs of our customer base and stay one step ahead of our competitors.
CNC Milling and Turning Services
At Electro Dynamics LLC, we are equipped with two CNC mills up to 4 axis and six CNC lathes that allow for component machining and tooling/fixturing. This allows for metal spun and hydroformed components to reach our customers in a fully machined level of completion. We also machine assemblies that will be welded or fastened to our spun and hydroformed components. Our largest lathe can swing 96” inches with up to 72 inches between centers and our mills have a work envelop of 20 X 40 X 30 inch.
Upholding a (+/-0.001) inch precision tolerance, our advanced CNC turning and milling equipment routinely works with a wide variety of materials, ranging from copper, brass, stainless steel, carbon steel aluminum, and titanium.
We invite you to contact Electro Dynamics LLC today to inquire about our advanced CNC turning and milling capabilities or to learn more about any of our other service offerings, which include metal spinning, hydroforming, welding and abrasive polishing.
Sheet Metal Design and Manufacturing
There are several different ways to shape sheet metal, but they all boil down to two broad categories: sheet metal can either be cut or formed.
As there are many different ways of cutting and forming sheet metal, many specific tooling types are needed which can drive up costs. This is why developing a good understanding of the various sheet metal fabrication processes available is essential to producing the most efficient design for a particular application is essential.
The most basic form of sheet metal fabrication begins with a flat sheet of metal and a blueprint (usually a DXF or CAD file). This blueprint will serve as the instructions on how to cut, form, and finish the base material.
It could be as simple as a single bend to turn it into angle iron, or laser cut and bent at the edges to make computer enclosure panels. When these processes are combined, the material is first cut and later formed, followed by finishing and joining.
Welding and Assembly services
Welding is used to assemble a wide variety of sheet metal. Depending on the purpose of the part and the required finish quality, TFE advises its customers on the technique to use.
TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas), is finer and has aesthetic qualities.
MIG (Metal Inert Gas) and MAG (Metal Active Gas) welds are faster and have greater mechanical strength.
TIG and MIG welds are used for stainless steel and aluminum. TIG and MAG welds are preferred for steel.
TFE welders are all qualified and licensed, meaning they can weld steel, stainless steel and aluminum.
The bespoke, mechanically welded sheet metal, bar and tube structures assembled by our metal workers and welders can be used for machined parts. Assembly is on demand, the finish is clean and neat.