A customer's table under fabrication. Frankly many times we are skeptical of our customer's idea when the design is handed over to us for fabrication. Once the design is in our hands, we do our best to create it. And often, like this case, we are very pleasantly surprised by our customer's vision. #StainlessSteel #TableLegs #Furnitures
The "Show Off" table. We built this table to show our customers that it is possible, given resources, to weld a steel leg such as this. This is a hollow steel leg. Not CNC from a solid block or cast. #Furnitures #TableLegs
Tapered leg in the making.
Making a metal tapered leg is not as easy as a wooden one. Here, we form them out of sheet metal and weld them together.
This one is already welded and is awaiting finishing process. #Furnitures #Kitchen #TableLegs
Curved Stainless Steel Skirting for a Curved Table. The table you see here is upside down so that it is easier for us to work on it. The Curved Stainless Steel Skirting looks simple. But do you know it took a large scale scanner, a lot of 3D CAD work and a laser cutting machine just to make sure it fits well? #TableLegs #StainlessSteel #LaserCutting
Table Frame awaiting Epoxy Powder Coating. The design is a sketch from our customer. The sketch looks simple but a lot of process is required to make it into a reality.
1st we model the design in 3D to ensure all surfaces are planar. We have to tweak the design to make the surfaces planar and yet keep to what the customer intended. Then we transfer the planar surfaces for laser cutting.
Any thickness above 8mm, the edges will be rough from laser cutting, we have to polish t