Small Batch Carbon Steel Sheet Metal Part Low-Volume Sheet Metal Prototyping Service

Machining Service: Sheet metal fabrication, sheet metal prototyping

Type: Carbon steel sheet metal

Material capabilities: Stainless Steel, Steel, Aluminum, Copper, Brass, etc

Size: Custom Size

Service type: Small batch sheet metal parts fabrication

Color: Customized Color

Feature: Available with sheet metal fabricating parts with Complex Features

Application: Sheet metal parts for instruments

Delivery day: 5 days

Package: Foam+Carton Box or wooden box, or custom package


Description of Small Batch Carbon Steel Sheet Metal Part Low-Volume Sheet Metal Prototyping Service

Product name

Carbon Steel Sheet Metal Parts

Production methods

Stamping, Deep drawing, Laser cutting, Bending, Welding, CNC, etc

Available materials

Steel, Iron, Stainless steel, Aluminum, Brass, Copper, etc

Service type

Sheet metal fabrication service, sheet metal prototyping

Surface finishes

Zinc plating, Nickel plating, Powder coated, Paint, Brushed, Polishing, Anodized, Hot dip galvanizing, etc

Drawing format



Over ten years of experience in sheet metal parts manufacturing

Quality control

100% inspection before delivery


Customize ODM OEM


Custom shape


Customized color as per customer requirement

Lead time

3-5 days for small batch sheet metal parts fabricating

The Process of Carbon Steel Sheet Metal Prototype Fabricating

Sheet metal prototyping is the process of creating a physical prototype or sample of a product using sheet metal. Sheet metal prototyping is often used in the early stages of product development to test and refine designs before moving into mass production.

The sheet metal fabrication process typically involves the following steps:

Design: The product is designed using computer-aided design (CAD) software.

Material Selection: The appropriate type of sheet metal is selected based on the design requirements and intended use of the product.

Cutting: The sheet metal is cut into the required shape using specialized cutting tools such as lasers, waterjets, or plasma cutters.

Bending: The sheet metal is bent into the desired shape using a press brake or other bending equipment.

Joining: The various parts of the prototype are joined together using techniques such as welding, riveting, or fastening.

Finishing: The prototype is finished by sanding, polishing, or painting to improve its appearance and durability.

What are the Advantages of Sheet metal prototyping

Cost-effectiveness: Sheet metal prototyping is typically less expensive than other prototyping methods, such as injection molding.

Fast turnaround: Sheet metal prototypes can be produced quickly, allowing for faster product development cycles.

Customization: Sheet metal can be easily customized to meet specific design requirements, making it ideal for creating unique and complex shapes.

Above all, sheet metal prototyping is an effective way to test and refine product designs before moving into mass production, helping to ensure that the final product meets the desired specifications and requirements.

Get in Touch With YS Rapid
Get in Touch With YS Rapid

Upload your 3D and 2D drawings to us, and a quotation will be provided to you within 24 hours. Also our sales engineer will contact you directly regarding your rapid prototype and cnc machinery parts quote to ensure you have received the quotation and to answer your questions.

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