What does an OEM roll former do? Is the process any different from architectural roll forming? And how is either going to solve your project’s case?
MeshTrim is the most versatile wire mesh frame choice in the world. No, the universe.
Architects and engineers are entering a different world when implementing metal products outside their cozy four walls. Suddenly you’re dealing with wind, salt, and whatever else makes its way to your front door. Deciding on the best metals for exterior applications can be the difference between[...]
Every building has doors. At least, we hope so. And with each passing year, more of those buildings are relying on steel doors.
Steel windows boast a sleek, modern look. They've been used by architects for generations in numerous residential and commercial settings. But despite their beauty and longevity, we count only three (three!) active steel window manufacturers in the United States. Notably, one of those[...]
Will people remember your building after interacting with it? Or will they leave and immediately forget it?
The terminology of architectural mouldings (also spelled moldings) can be vague and confusing. Here’s a quick overview of common types and distinctions.
Architectural design aims to balance economy, elegance, and efficiency. Perforated metal paneling and wire mesh certainly apply to all three.
Galvanneal and galvanized steels start out similarly. They’re dipped into a hot zinc bath (approximately 850° F), and the zinc bonds to the surface of the metal. The zinc coating provides a protective layer against corrosion and increased durability.
Here’s where they differ.
Is steel a sustainable material? Incredibly so: