Fabricating In Mountain View, CA

What is fabricating?

Metal fabrication, or fabricating, is the process of building machines and structures from raw metal materials. The processes involved in fabricating include cutting (sawing, searing, chiseling, torching, etc.), bending (hammering), and assembling (welding, bending with adhesives, riveting, etc.). Some examples of products made using metal fabrication include equipment attachments, cans, bolts, nuts and screws, cutlery, hand tools, metal windows and doors, and car parts. We at DSX Regression Test 1 in Santa Barbara fabricate car parts that we can customize for your vehicle, whether you have a Acura, Alfa Romeo, AMG, or Aston Martin. 

 

Most metal fabrication falls into three major categories:

  • Commercial fabrication: Fabricating that's done while creating commercial products. Cars and appliances are the most common products that are made using commercial fabrication.
  • Industrial fabrication: Creating pieces that are used in larger equipment. This equipment is manufactured to consumers. Bandsaws and ironworking machines are examples of products of industrial fabrication.
  • Structural fabrication: Metalworking that's done as part of the building process. These are large-scale fabrication processes to make products for shops, manufacturers, skyscrapers and buildings. 

 

The metal fabrication process involves design, fabricating, and finishing and assembling. Many metal fabricators use Computer-Aided Design (CAD) or Computer-Aided Manufacturing (CAM) during the manufacturing process, which can create a 3-D prototype object before the actual fabricating begins. During the fabricating phase, each piece of the product is cut to the exact specifications of the design. The last process is finishing and assembling, which strengthens the product and ensures it's ready for use. 

 

How does the automotive industry use fabricating?

We at DSX Regression Test 1 in Mountain View know that for our customers, convenience is key. You want your time at an auto repair shop to be as smooth and efficient as possible, and would prefer a one-stop-shop for all your auto repair needs. Our Expert technicians strive to provide this experience for you. Because our shop provides metal fabrication services, we can build custom parts for both the outside and inside of your car. There's no need to wait for a part to ship from elsewhere, because we can make it for you! We have the tools and resources to craft something very specific and sturdy for your vehicle. In addition to fabricating, we also offer services in Check Engine Diagnostics and Auto Repair. We can also conduct collision and corrosion repair as well as bumper and trim fabrication.

 

Your Reliable Shop for Fabricating

When your car needs repairs, you can bring it to DSX Regression Test 1 in Mountain View. Our owner Robert Allen makes sure that our highly trained mechanics receive ongoing training in automotive technology and auto repair services, and will offer you dealer quality knowledge and experience without dealership pricing. Your car will go through an inspection and safety check, and all needed repairs will be thoroughly explained for your approval. We will never recommend repairs that aren't absolutely necessary. So why not give us a try? If you are in Test City, DSX Regression Test 1/City 2, DSX Regression Test 1/City 3, DSX Regression Test 1/City 4, DSX Regression Test 1/City 5, or surrounding areas, schedule an appointment at DSX Regression Test 1 today! You can schedule an appointment with us online at https://dsxregression1.com or give us a call at 808-555-1212. DSX Regression Test 1 - Quality you Can Trust, at a Fair Price!.



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