Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication in Montreal, QC

Located in the Greater Toronto Area, Bayview Metals has been the leading custom metal fabrication company for almost fifty years servicing Montreal. We have worked hard to develop long-lasting relationships with our customers in Montreal, Quebec. In fact, Bayview’s repeat customers is a testament to our dedication to excellence.

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We continue to do business with many of the top manufacturers in the Montreal area and beyond. Our custom metal fabrication and attention to customer needs sets us apart.

Derek Richardson, Manager

Custom Sheet Metal Manufacturing Mississauga

Bayview’s Commitment to Customer Service and High-Quality Metal Fabrication

We meet and exceed our customer’s expectations by delivering outstanding customer service and reliable, high-quality metal products. Our clients enjoy a turnkey full-service solution for all of their needs.

Bayview fabricates silkscreened sheet metal to their clients. The fully finished fabrications can be combined with:

  • Stocking programs
  • Custom packaging
  • Final assembly
  • Knitting services
  • On-time delivery
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Fabricated parts can be delivered to your manufacturing center or contract manufacturer in Montreal, QC.

One of the Finest Metal Fabricators Serving Montreal area, Quebec

Bayview uses the latest machinery featuring state of the art technologies along with the best materials available to provide their customers with the finest custom metal on the market. Their highly trained and skilled staff will ensure your satisfaction.

Employing the latest technological advancements, such as automation of various processes, we can OFFER BETTER PRICING, while REDUCING TURNAROUND TIMES.

Michael Bureau, Vice-President

At Bayview Metals we own everything, including its facilities and property. Bayview partners with all our clients to ensure our clients have what they need when they need it.

Quality Includes On Time Delivery

We understand the importance of delivering orders on-time. They are committed to providing each customer with high-quality products, fair prices, and fast delivery. The company is so committed to quality and on-time delivery, that their ISO 9000:2015 system measures and monitors their performance as well as quality. What this means for the customer is the best metal fabrication products delivered fast.

Bayview provides fantastic customer service along with delivery anywhere in the Montreal area. When you place an order, you will be given a delivery date. Once you receive this date, you can rest assured that your custom metal fabrication will be delivered as promised.

Montreal is the second largest city in Canada and has become a centre for technology, commerce and industry. In fact, thousands of businesses in the area are experiencing an economic boom. Bayview Metals provides Canadian made custom metal fabrications and components to help companies to succeed in Montreal. Partnering with Bayview will provide your company with the tools you need to succeed.

Whether your company needs custom rack mount assemblies, custom metal parts or electromechanical parts for industrial machinery or telecommunications industries, Bayview Metals is equipped to fabricate almost any part imaginable. Our fleet of delivery trucks provides deliveries to clients in Montreal and surrounding areas in Quebec.

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FAQs about Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication in Mississauga

How does Custom Metal Fabrication Work?

The custom metal fabrication process begins by customers providing the company with their exact specification for a project, including the type of metal to be used, the measurements of the final product, the number of parts required, and the specified delivery date. Bayview will begin designing the project immediately. Once the design is complete, the company will get your approval before they start manufacturing your custom metal fabrication. All design work, manufacturing and construction are done on-site to ensure the final product meets yorur exact needs. The company’s skilled technicians, along with the latest technologies, provide a high-quality product for their customers. Bayview uses a variety of equipment, including welding machines, CNC punching machines, and CNC laser to ensure a high-quality final product.

What is a CNC Turret Punch Press?

A CNC (computer numerical controlled) Turret Punch Press uses tools of various shapes and sizes to fabricate metal. The tools punch out or cut designs from sheet metal. The company’s tooling inventory ensures these machines are fast and versatile. CNC Turret Punch Press machines can countersink, tap, knockout, emboss, lance and make small bends that other types of CNC machines cannot do. The Amada CNC Turret Punch Press is considered the best in the industry. The machine has large turrets and 58 stations, which allows cuts from 0.040 inches to 4.500 inches to be done.

What Benefits Does Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication Offer?

Custom sheet metal fabrication offers a number of benefits, including:

  • Ability to fabricate unique designs in a variety of sizes, including both large and small products.
  • Provides quality control, including design shape and dimensional tolerance.
  • Cost-effective fabrication process that ensures the final product meets your needs. No further adjustments will need to be made.
  • Clients work with a team of skilled metal fabricators which means the client has a say in the entire fabrication process.
  • Process is completed fast because clients are allowed to work with a team of custom metal fabricators.
  • Enhanced durability and usefulness of metal fabrications. Sheet metal is fabricated to your exact specifications, working conditions, and environment, including vibrations, chemicals, stress, temperature, etc.
  • Bayview Metals allows its customers to optimize each design based on their unique requirements, which means each custom sheet metal fabrication will improve a client’s productivity and efficiency.
What is the difference between metal fabrications and metal stamping?

Metal stamping involves using punch presses, dies, and tooling to manufacture a pattern, shape or characteristics needed for a particular part. Metal stamping includes several metal forming operations, including bending, folding, stamping, stretching, and pressing. The stamping process ensures tighter tolerances. Metal stamping is a cost-effective, speedy way to produce large quantities of metal parts.

Conversely, metal fabrication involves cutting, bending, and other assembly processes to manufacture three-dimensional metal parts. Fabrication utilizes specialized equipment, including CNC turret presses, welders, CNC press brakes, and CNC laser cutters. Metal fabrication is more economical for smaller orders. Fabrication provides greater flexibility in design because no tooling is required should a design need alteration.

What is Design for Manufacturability (DFM)?

Design for manufacturability means the sheet metal fabrication team works with the client to ensure the design, resources and manufacturing capability is cost-effective and efficient. The team of metal fabricators will take into consideration the client’s production needs, requirements and quality standards. The team of skilled metal fabricators will ensure:

  • Quality testing compliance
  • Quality compliance
  • Environmental compliance
  • Part specifications
  • Material type

 

What is a CNC brake machine?

A CNC brake machine forms bends in sheet metal parts. CNC machines are controlled by software programs, which allows the machine to repeat the design. Furthermore, because the controls (die selection, pressure, back gauge settings, etc.) are done via the machine’s computer all parts will be identical.

How does a press brake work?

Press brakes clamp sheet metal between different dies and punches to ensure the proper bends are made in the material. Back gauges determine bend size. The RAM, dies and punches determine the radius and angles of all bends. CNC brakes allow controllers to make the calculations needed to efficiently and accurately complete the metal fabrication.