CNC plasma cutting machine with a capacity of 10′ x 5′ x 1/4″ plate. In addition, SMI’s plasma machine has the capability to communicate with AutoCAD. This allows for any specific parts and shapes to be drafted and cut precisely.
Sheet Metal Inc. has a full coil line that is able to run four 10,000 pound coils ranging from 26 gauge to 18 gauge metal. The line can produce sheet stock and sheared blanks for use with our plasma machine. The lines major use is for the fabrication of square ductwork. The line can shear, notch, bead (cross break), run locks, connectors and brake 90-degree bends to produce a complete section of duct every 52 seconds.
Twelve foot (12′) power shear, the largest in Anchorage.
130-ton CNC controlled, 12′ long AccuPress
135-ton CNC controlled, 12′ long Cincinnati
Snaplock: used for ductwork construction.
TDF: used for putting a standing flange on duct.
Pittsburg: used for putting locks on fittings.
Tapin: for the construction of tapins.
S-lock & Drive: for the construction of connectors.
Miscellaneous Fabrication and Safety Equipment
Sheet Metal, Inc has a wide array of additional tools: several production TIG/MIG welding machines, portable welders, hand held plasma cutters, a variety of beading machines, power rolls, pipe/angle rolls, duct lifts, forklifts, personnel lifts, complete safety equipment and MSDS needed for personnel and project safety.
“Super excited about my custom fabricated aluminum boat cover. The family is warm and dry and the Sheet Metal Inc. team hit the project way out of the park!”
We look forward to working with you on your next project.
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Sheet Metal Inc. was founded in 1972 by Howard Letts and, over the course of fifty years, SMI has become a landmark name in the industry and known as one of Alaska’s premier sheet metal contractors. Learn More