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The U.S. has lost millions of domestic manufacturing jobs over the past decade, thanks to outsourcing to foreign countries. But in a recent reverse trend, we’re starting to see a small yet growing number of American companies reshoring manufacturing jobs back to the United States. USA Today cites that some 265,000 jobs have been re-shored […]

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Metals have been around for centuries, valued for their strength, durability, versatility, and electrical conductivity. Metal is used in industrial and architectural fabrication such as using sheet metal and other forms in building construction, bridges, tools, machinery, electronics, plumbing, HVAC, automobiles, aircraft, military equipment, and more. About 75% of all elements on the periodic table are metals. […]

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When using dissimilar metals in a fabrication project, precautions must be taken to prevent galvanic reaction. This occurs when two different metals are in contact in a corrosive or conductive environment and the current flow changes. When two dissimilar metals are involved, the reaction is called galvanic corrosion. Why exactly does galvanic reaction occur? When one […]

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Stainless steel is a unique metal alloy composed of steel (iron/carbon) and chromium. There are a variety of finishes that can be applied to stainless steel, from standard mill finishes, to specialty finishes such as brushed, polished, etched, and bead blasting. Corrosion resistance is a determining factor for a stainless steel finish. Generally, the rougher the […]

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We’ve been busy here at All Metals Fabrication, creating a variety of custom, architectural, and industrial metal fabrication projects. We strive to be the best we can be, and put our trust in our expert employees to create sophisticated work that leaves our customers feeling cared for and satisfied with the end result. Take a […]

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One of the most frequently asked questions we get here at All Metals Fabrication is whether we can weld cast aluminum or cast steel. There are a couple of reasons why this is not possible, and this blog will give a thorough, yet quick, explanation of why this is. Impurities. Impurities are the main reason […]

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