Furniture brackets – a recent sheet metal project
Here’s a great example of a recent sheet metal project we have manufactured for a furniture company based in Great Britain. Producing a range of brackets from different gauges of mild steel, different sizes and with different angles to suit the chairs and tables shown below. We used our standard CNC punch and CNC bend tooling to create all the parts without the need for new tooling. All the component details were worked out using Radan sheet metal CAD/CAM software.
If you would like to see the furniture brackets being folded up on one of our Trumpf 7036 CNC press brakes follow this link to our YouTube channel.
All parts were CNC punched and CNC bent in house. We organised the CNC programming, sample manufacture, production and powder coating for our customer.
If you have a sheet metal project that requires a design input please let us know. We are here to help you and our engineering team has decades of experience in the development and manufacturing of sheet metal work for the most competitive parts.
Chairs with mild steel brackets
Getting production ready
Chair leg assembly
Brackets all screwed in place
The complete range of furniture