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Metalwork in the 1920s – What’s Changed

Since the early 1900s, metal fabrication has been consistently evolving due to the advancements in technology which have led to modifications to the ways metal is created, cut and designed. Nowadays, metal fabrication heavily involved machine implementation and computer designing, while some custom metal fabricators still prefer to rely less on technology and computers. The…


Major Safety Concerns in the Metal Fabrication Industry

Metal fabricators might be engaged in high-risk activities while performing their day-to-day duties, including welding and custom metal engineering. As a leading metal fabricator in Sydney, we take full responsibility for our employees’ safety in our Rosebery-based metal fabrication facility, as we engage professionals to analyse any potential hazards and address them accordingly as well…


Fatigue in Welded Steel: The Facts

A very high percentage of failed engineering components is attributed to fatigue of the welded steel, which is a bigger concern with mobile equipment than stationary, since the former is prone to unexpected loads and forces that could lead to a high chance of fatigue failure. FATIGUE This is a known physical concept which happens…


Our 7 Tips for Affordable CNC-Machined Custom Metalwork

Ogis has been a custom metal fabricator for over 50 years, for single prototypes to large-scale production. We have watched the growth of CNC machining over the last 10 years and the way this advanced technology can improve accuracy, efficiency and reliability of custom machined components. One of our main objectives is to provide high-quality…


The Benefits of CNC Machinery in Custom Metal Fabrication

CNC, stands for “Computer Numerical Control”, which is a high precision machine used for custom metal fabrication in order to make computer-controlled repeated movements. The concept is based on meticulous accuracy using computer-generated codes that are then converted to electrical signals, which in turn direct the CNC motors to make specific moves in small increments that…