Steel processing services and deliveries

In addition to producing our own products, we engage in a broad understanding of steel processing. We will support you and your company in the production of metal goods, procure raw materials for you at competitive prices, ensure a high-quality machining process, and make sure that the aesthetic execution and finishing of surfaces satisfy you and your recipients. Ask us how we can help you, send us a piece of your documentation, and we will estimate the cost of the service and determine the completion date.


Sheet metal cutting

Sheet metal cutting involves using various cutting tools to slice sheet metal into desired sizes and shapes. This process can be done manually or with computer-controlled machinery for higher precision. It allows for customization and is critical in industries such as construction, automotive, and aerospace.

Sheet metal punching

Sheet metal punching is a process where holes or shapes are created in sheet metal using a punch. It's a fast and efficient method, ideal for high-volume production. It allows for consistent results, precise dimensions, and intricate designs.

Sheet metal CNC bending

Sheet metal CNC bending involves using computer-controlled machines to bend sheet metal accurately and consistently. This process offers high precision and repeatability, allowing for the creation of complex shapes and designs. It's especially beneficial in industries where high volumes of identical parts are needed.

Tube and profile cutting

Tube and profile cutting involves using various tools to cut tubes or profiles into specific lengths or shapes. This process is commonly used in manufacturing industries for structural and aesthetic purposes. It provides precise cuts and enables customization of tube and profile dimensions.

Tube and profile punching

Tube and profile punching involves creating holes or shapes in tubes or profiles using a punching tool. This process is fast and efficient, ideal for large volume production. It allows for consistent results and high precision.

Tube and profile bending

Tube and profile bending involve shaping tubes or profiles into specific angles or curves. This process is commonly used in the production of frames, supports, and other structures. It provides flexibility in design and efficient production for customized pieces.

CNC Turning

CNC turning involves rotating a workpiece while a single-point cutting tool is moved parallel to the axis of rotation. This process is highly accurate and can create detailed and complex designs. It is suitable for producing parts with cylindrical features.

CNC Milling

CNC (Computer Numerical Control) milling involves using computers to control machine tools to cut and shape materials. This process is known for its precision and consistency. It is highly efficient for complex shapes and high production volumes.


Drilling is a cutting process that uses a drill bit to cut or enlarge holes in solid materials. It is a versatile process used in a wide range of applications. The precision and speed of drilling can be significantly improved with CNC machines.

Mig/Mag welding

MIG (Metal Inert Gas) and MAG (Metal Active Gas) welding involve feeding a continuous wire electrode through a welding gun. This method is popular for its versatility and speed. It can be used on a variety of metals and is easier to learn than other welding methods.

Tig welding

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding involves using a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. This process is known for its precision and control, allowing for high-quality welds. It is particularly suitable for thin materials and complex shapes.

Spot welding

Spot Welding: Spot welding is a process where two or more sheets of metal are welded together at specific points using electrical current. This method is commonly used in the automotive industry for its speed and efficiency. It creates strong bonds without the need for additional materials.


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Powder coating

Powder coating involves applying a free-flowing, dry powder to a surface, which is then heated to form a hard protective layer. This method provides a more durable finish than traditional liquid paints and is resistant to chipping, scratching, and other forms of wear.

KTL Painting

KTL (Kathodische TauchLackierung) painting involves immersing the piece in paint and then passing an electric current through it, resulting in a uniform coating. It provides a high level of corrosion protection and excellent paint adhesion, making it ideal for automotive and other industries.

Hot-dip galvanizing

Hot-dip galvanizing involves immersing a metal piece in molten zinc. This process creates a very durable protective layer that shields the metal from corrosion. This method is preferred for large structures that need to withstand harsh environmental conditions.

Electro galvanizing

Electro galvanizing is a chemical process that involves applying a layer of zinc onto metal through electrical current. This process is used to increase the metal's resistance to corrosion. It is a method with precise control over coating thickness, providing excellent and consistent results.

Abrasive techniques

Abrasive techniques involve the removal of material from a surface through friction. They utilize hard materials such as sand or garnet to wear down a surface. These techniques are used for cleaning, surface finishing, or preparation for other processes like painting.