Sheet metal paneling
- We have three paneling machines capable of paneling pieces with a maximum length of 3100mm and a maximum height of 256mm.
- Our machines are equipped with material interpretation systems and the most sophisticated measuring systems.
- We develop complex pieces in the shortest possible time, offering immediate response speeds.
What is sheet metal paneling and how does it work?
Sheet metal paneling is a process in which a metal sheet is bent into a specific shape to create a component or metal piece. This process is used in various industries, including automotive, aerospace, and heavy machinery.
Our sheet metal paneling machines utilize a combination of punching and bending tools to cut and shape the metal sheets according to project specifications. These tools are automatically selected by the computer numerical control (CNC) software that operates the machine, allowing for high precision in the paneling process.
At Teklan, we have modern sheet metal paneling machines equipped with advanced technology, such as height and load sensors, to ensure optimal precision and consistency in forming the metal sheets. They also include features like automated sheet feeding, loading and unloading systems, and integrated quality control.
How to choose a sheet metal paneling company?
At Teklan, we understand that selecting a sheet metal paneling company can be a complex process. However, there are several factors to consider in making an informed decision that set us apart from the competition:
Experience and technical expertise
The chosen sheet metal paneling company should have extensive experience and technical expertise in sheet metal paneling. Teklan has a strong market reputation and a proven track record of success in sheet metal paneling projects.
At Teklan, we have the capacity to produce nearly any piece quickly, thanks to our efficient production capabilities.
If you require customized metal pieces, our company can offer you the ability to tailor the pieces to your specific requirements. We can work with the materials you need and produce metal pieces that fit your needs.
Product quality is crucial in any sheet metal paneling project. At Teklan, we have a rigorous quality control system in place to ensure that the produced metal pieces meet your specifications and requirements.
Advanced Sheet Metal Paneling Techniques
Electric Sheet Metal Paneling
This technique involves shaping the sheet metal through small successive movements in a specific direction. It is used to produce complex and precise-shaped parts.
Hydraulic Sheet Metal Paneling
This technique utilizes pressurized fluid to shape the sheet metal. It is employed in the production of large and heavy parts, such as vehicle bodies.
Advantages of Sheet Metal Paneling for the Industry
Sheet metal paneling is a highly precise process that allows for the creation of metal parts and components with exceptional accuracy and quality.
The sheet metal paneling process is efficient and fast, enabling the production of metal parts in large quantities within a short timeframe.
Sheet metal paneling is a highly flexible technique that permits the creation of metal parts and components in a wide variety of shapes and sizes, making it an ideal choice for a broad range of industrial applications.
Sheet metal paneling is a relatively economical process compared to other metal processing methods, making it an affordable option for mass production of metal parts and components.
Parts and components produced through sheet metal paneling are extremely strong and durable, making them suitable for industrial applications that require strength and longevity.
Sheet metal paneling allows for extensive customization in terms of shape, size, and design of metal parts and components, making it an ideal choice for custom and specialized projects.
Processing High-Quality Materials
Sheet metal paneling can be used with a wide range of high-quality materials, such as stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and other metals, allowing for the production of metal parts and components with specific properties to meet the needs of industrial applications.