Our Cincinatti Laser uses water-cooled, high-speed linear motor drives, and HMI touchscreen control and nesting software. We can cut up to 1" steel, 1/2" Aluminum, and 1/4" Stainless Steel.
This makes fast work of large parts or batch processing smaller parts for your project.
Our vertical press brakes consist of 110 Tons of bending force to bend parts up to 120” in length.
We used electric servo driven press brakes for extreme accuracy and efficiency.
Sometimes designs require the material to bend back onto itself. When that happens, a horizontal press brake machine is the right tool for the job.
Our Euromac DigiBend 400 CNC machine provides 45 Tons of bending power.
Semi Exact uses both highly skilled manual welding techniques and robotic welding. With a background in metal furniture fabrication we have an eye for the details as well as the structural integrity of the welds.
Robotic welding often comes down to the creativity on fixturing the parts to present to the robot for welding. Our engineering team has deep experience in weld fixture design in-house.
When you need a durable, weather-resistant finish, powder coating is often the most cost effective and high quality option available for steel, aluminum and galvanized materials.
Semi Exact has extensive sheet metal cutting experience from small components to complex assemblies. We work closely with our customers to provide cost analysis and strategies to create more value with less cost.
Our collaborative quoting and engineering process starts with receiving CAD files from our customers and inspecting the designs for manufacturing (DFM). With our manufacturing software suite, we are able to quickly determine how efficient the designs are for nesting for laser cutting. Often small design changes can lead to big cost savings for our customers. In parallel to working on DFM for the best materials utilization, we program parts for bending, powder coating and/or assembly. Our bending software is able to run simulations to optimize the most efficient sequence and tooling for bending the sheet metal into finished forms.
Sheet metal usually has 2 primary operations: cutting and bending.
First, the material has to be cut into the pre-formed shape, which we refer to as the “flat-pattern”. The flat pattern is then formed or bent using a press brake. The tooling in the press brake will form the material to the finished shape. Different size tooling will create different shaped parts.
The primary way sheet metal is cut is on a laser cutting machine.
We invest in the best technology to provide you the best quality, on-time and in budget.
In years past, metal bending required operators with years of experience and had long setup times for new jobs and new parts.
Our vertical press brakes consists of 110 tons of bending force to bend parts up to 120” in length. We use electric servo driven press brakes for extreme accuracy.