It's hard to think of many things that existed before ancient history. However, one such thing is the practice of metal fabrication. Metalworking and metal fabrication have become a necessity for us humans because sharp sticks and stones cannot cut it anymore.
It is thought that some of the first metal fabrication practitioners where ancient Egyptians who used metal worked to make gold jewelry. While gold is found in nature and requires less work to form and shape, it has finally been found that ore and heat can be used to achieve more. With that knowledge, even today archaeologists have found the remains of ancient mines throughout the world.
From a very simple start, metalworking and metal fabrication began to grow in complexity and scope. Civilizations continue to innovate and find new methods and materials to create the metal products and metal fabrications they need. All of those innovations have led to today, where metal bending continues to innovate, and the scale and complexity of the centuries ahead of where they began.
But what fabrication is involved today?
Think about everything around you. Everything that contains metals can be a simple piece of ore, earth products that are heated, bent, cut and shaped to create products that we can use. With the same general principles that were used thousands of years ago, metal fabricators today take raw materials and turn them into the products and tools we need.
Ancient attempts to join together have caused…
• Aluminum Fabrication
• Contract Assembly
• Large and Heavy Machines
• Large Metal Fabrication
• Machine Frame
• Metal Bending
• Metal Forming
• Plasma Cutting
• Stainless Steel Fabrication