By utilising a variety of welding equipment, riveting equipment and clinching machines, Pressmark can offer their customers a one-stop solution for all of their sheet metal product needs. This means that we save customers both time and money on both logistics and order processing. By utilising these additional processes, customers reduce their lead times and inventory, whilst containing the supply base and improving efficiency.
Many of these hidden costs and benefits are often not considered in the supply chain, with selling price normally taking sole focus.
Through the use of secondary processes, we are able to add value to not only our products but to our customers too. We understand that our customers want to place one order for the final product, without having to worry about additional processes that need to be carried out. Pressmark offer not only welding and fabrication services, but other processes, such as painting or plating, ensuring that the final product meets all customer specifications.
Pressmark offer a fabrication service to their customers, as a lot of the products that we manufacture go in to other finished components or sub-assemblies. By utilising further processes, whether that be heat treatment, bending, machining or powder coating, Pressmark have both internal facilities and a supply chain that helps us deliver our customers needs.
Pressmark offer not only MIG and TIG welding, but projection welding too. We have four modern projection welding machines which are capable of handling large volumes of work. Projection welding gives a good quality weld, which has very little heat surface marks compared to other types of welding. Projection welding is the most popular method of assembling nuts and bolts to sheet metal products.
Usually parts require some form of finishing once they are fabricated or welded. Being conscious that our customers ask us to fabricate and weld their pressed parts so that they only have to place one purchase order with a single supplier, we also offer our customers the opportunity to have finished products delivered directly to them, whether they be plated, anodised or painted.