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What type of Bases do you need? We can manufacture circular bases, rectangular bases, tower bases, display bases, and screen wall bases. We can manufacture the bases from steel tubes or sheet metal. Our products can be finished with a powder coat, anodized, and PVDF. Our company has the ability to create bases that are able hold up to 1,000 lbs and the bases can also be created with different material; such as carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum, in thicknesses up to 3/8”. We have the flexibility of fabricating our base components on our new Amada FLCAJ 3015 3-Axis Fiber Laser Cutting System and our Amada HDS 1303NT- 143 ton - 8 axis CNC press brake – and both systems are setup to run around the clock, seven days a week, with lights out, allowing for offer fast lead times and better pricing. We can also weld the bases on our robot welder or manually in our skilled welding department, and then finish up in our proficient grinding department.
For example, Accurate created table bases for the NeoCon trade show to display material samples. Accurate Metal Fabricating fabricated a 72” long x 30” wide x 39" high rectangular shaped table designed to display material swatches at a convenient and pleasant height and angle. The bases were made from 16ga. 1” carbon steel tubes that were cut, welded, grinded, and then powder coated in soft gold.
Accurate Metal Fabricating also created a 36” round wide circular table (pictured at the top) designed to provide Materials Pavilion attendees a space to converse and recuperate. Accurate created the table bases from 16ga. 1” carbon steel tubes that were cut, welded, grinded, and then powder coated in soft gold.
Lastly, Accurate collaborated with composite panel manufacturer, Panolite, to build the large 72” H x 36” D x 11” W display towers. Accurate constructed two-layered support bases to prop up Panolite’s unique presentation system. Accurate created the tower bases from 1/8” carbon steel plates that were cut, welded, grinded, and then powder coated in soft gold. Panolite manufactured the towers from and unique combination of ½” honeycomb cardboard core with surface board layers.