Without experienced and skilled engineers, custom metal fabricators would not be able to create high quality, precision engineered products. From design through to assembly, everyone who contributes to producing a fabrication will be experts in their field.
Producing custom metal fabrications, isn’t just bolting or welding a few of pieces of cut steel together, it’s so much more than that. It’s about precision engineering carried out under the strictest quality controls. It’s producing bespoke products made to the customer’s exact specifications, however complex or intricate.
What does it take to become an expert?
Expertise is not gained overnight. It takes many years working in the industry to build up the skill and knowledge to have the ability to know just what it takes to make that perfect fabrication. Those possessing that expertise will know what works and what doesn’t for almost any application.
To support that experience, engineers may also hold qualifications in processes like welding (BS9606.1.2013) and Non-Destructive Testing (PCN Level 2, CSWIP Levels 1 and 2).
They will also be trained to use modern, state-of-the-art machinery. These instruments utilise the latest computer technology to carry out processes such as cutting and bending to a high degree of accuracy.
Whether it is expertise material processing, profiling, cutting, chamfering, bending, milling, drilling or welding, engineers will ensure that only the highest quality fabrications are produced.
Expertise at Lycett Fabrications
Lycett Fabrications are custom metal fabricators that guarantee only to produce the highest quality fabrications for a wide range of industries across the UK. Following strict quality control practices, accredited to ISO 9001: 2008, we can produce expertly made fabrications from 500kg to 10 tonnes.
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