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Stainless steel sheet metal brackets after CNC bending

Monday, April 9th, 2012

Stainless steel sheet metal brackets after CNC bending

Here’s an interesting collection of 304 stainless steel brackets stacked in a tin in our factory. The spiral pattern looks similar to that found in a sea shell. Each stainless steel bracket has been CNC punched, de-burred and then CNC bent to complete the sheet metal parts to drawing. Sheet metal brackets such as these are produced every day of the week here at V and F Sheet Metal in our factories in Fareham, Hampshire. These particular brackets are used to support cable runs around marina board walks where boats plug in their batteries to re-charge.

If you have a design requirement for stainless steel brackets or any other sheet metal material please give us a call and we will be happy to quote you for production.

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