Which Metal Is Best for Your Fabrication Project?

The metal fabrication process looks a number of different ways depending on the metal you are working with and the method you are using. Choosing the right metal depends on the end goal of your project. What Is Metal Fabrication? Many of the products in your life have gone through the metal fabrication process, whether […]

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How to Weld Aluminum

Aluminum is a great material to use for endless projects. From bicycle frames to spacecraft parts, it can be nearly anything you need it to be. But how do you weld it so that it can get there? Welding aluminum comes with a unique set of challenges you do not experience when welding other metals […]

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How to Weld Stainless Steel

How to Weld Stainless Steel  Stainless steel is known for being long-lasting and durable. You can find it in nearly any household with growing popularity, but there are important considerations when welding this material. From preparation to after-weld care, the process requires a skilled professional willing to educate themselves on the best practices. Learn more […]

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How to Scale Your Manufacturing Process

How do you scale your manufacturing process while maintaining the quality of your services and final products?  Scaling your business in the manufacturing industry often requires a deep dive into the current state of your company, noting any areas that could need improvement. This reflection should question your company’s goals and consider your work processes […]

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Guide to Carbon Steel Grades

Countless industries use carbon steel in their manufacturing processes. If you’re thinking about using this material in your products, consider the numerous types of carbon steel to determine which will benefit your company the most. What Is Carbon Steel? Carbon steel is a carbon-iron alloy with a higher carbon concentration and lower chromium levels than […]

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Guide to Stainless Steel Grades

Stainless steel is one of the world’s most popular metals. This substance possesses visual and chemical advantages that manufacturers use for countless industrial and consumer products. What Is Stainless Steel? Stainless steel is an alloy of iron, carbon and chromium. Though all stainless steel comprises at least 10.5% chromium, other ratios depend on its grade […]

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Should You Outsource Manufacturing?

Outsourcing manufacturing processes is an attractive option for many companies, but is it a viable option for you? Here’s a guide to help determine if outsourcing manufacturing is the best use of your time and money. When Should You Outsource Manufacturing? Outsourcing may be a valuable option for your company if your answer is yes […]

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The Metal Fabrication Process

Do your company’s products consist of sheet metal or other metallic materials? The metal fabrication process shapes these materials into final products or parts that meet a manufacturer’s or end-user’s specifications. Highly skilled specialists use various tools, equipment and techniques to design and create an assortment of fabricated goods for a wide range of industries.  […]

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Our Engineering Process

As a full-service manufacturer, PBZ provides essential services for every step of product creation. Our engineering process includes detailed plans and advanced modeling to combine your vision with our manufacturing strategies. When you first reach out to us about your project, we connect you with a project manager or engineer who designs and engineers your product […]

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What Is Turnkey Manufacturing?

With turnkey manufacturing, one company oversees all aspects of a project from beginning to end, including product design, machining/tooling, quality assurance, vendor interactions, manufacturing, packing and shipping. This does not mean that one company does all of the work in-house, turnkey refers to one company serving as a project manager to successfully bring your project […]

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