We are not so sure how to categorize the ‘Jet-A-Send’ “car,” though. According to the owners, this is the “turbine/electric demonstration vehicle for SendCutSend,” a company specializing in “CNC and laser cutting services” performed on a variety of materials, such as aluminum, steel, brass, plastics, titanium, and more.
Laser Cutters for cutting metals are awesome tools, but the tools themselves can take up a significant footprint in a home garage–not to mention making a huge dent in our salary! Instead of installing a metal laser cutter and learning how to use it myself, I’ve started opting for options in SendCutSend‘s catalog.
If you’ve ever wished you had precision cut parts for your project or build, wish no more — SendCutSend will precision laser-cut even one-off parts in a variety of materials for as little as $29 and ship free in a couple of days.
As part of my series about the “5 Things You Need To Know To Create a Successful App or SaaS”, I had the pleasure of interviewing Jim Belosic.
Could the metal fabrication industry see a company as dominant as Amazon is in the retail business? It’s a possibility, especially if the vision of Industry 4.0 becomes reality.
Rapid turnaround laser cutting enables aerospace manufacturers to meet prototyping demands. Below are four laser cutting advantages for aerospace and how SendCutSend’s e-commerce model allows it to quickly process work for original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and tier suppliers.
Jim Belosic is CEO of SendCutSend, a high-tech, rapid-manufacturing company specializing in the precision cutting of a variety of metals and aerospace materials. An avid hobbyist and maker, Belosic often found himself in need of specialized parts in small quantities to create his passion projects.
Today’s consumers demand customization. One industry study commissioned by Protolabs determined that 86 percent of Americans found customization appealing when it comes to electronic devices.
For prototyping parts in metal, a laser cutter comes in dang handy…if you can afford one. For those of you who can’t yet justify the cost, yet would like to make prototypes out of metal, an outsourcing service called SendCutSend offers an affordable alternative with speedy delivery times.
Laser-cut metal parts have never been easier to manufacture. With new instant-quoting vendors, innovative cutting processes and fast turnaround times, custom-manufactured parts can be outsourced and produced with speed and precision, at an affordable price.
Here is a step-by-step guide on the best practices for designing metal signage.
SendCutSend, Reno, Nev., a contract laser cutting company, said it has stepped up product of parts being made in response to COVID-19.
Whether you are an engineer, an entrepreneur, or just a frequent user of prototypes, laser cutting allows the design and manufacture of products with speed and precision — at a low cost.
Laser cutting and water jet are two commonly used cutting processes in manufacturing. Depending on the material required and the desired end result, one of these two methods may be more advantageous. Below, learn the fundamental differences between these processes and the applications in which both processes are best suited.
SendCutSend’s unique business model simplifies metal manufacturing processes by allowing users to create custom, one-off parts, at a fraction of competitors’ prices.
Two companies joined forces to develop a new generation of battery packs that are both cost-effective and easy to build.
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Our founders, Jim and Jake, were always working on projects in their garage. They used the tools they had laying around to get the job done, but with compromises. When they tried to up their fabrication game by using custom made laser cut parts, none of the local shops wanted the work.
So they set out to find a new way, and SendCutSend was born.
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We proudly use hardware by PEM
|Thread Size||4-40 x .250″|
|Hole size in sheet (+0.003/-.0.000)||.168″|
|Minimum sheet thickness||0.040″|
|Maximum sheet thickness||.125″|
|Minimum distance hole C/L to edge||0.230″|
|When determining the distance between two or more fasteners, you can calculate the distance by the formula, C/L to edge + 1/2 the diameter of the second mounting hole.||.314″|
|Recommended panel material||Steel/Aluminum|
|Aluminum material ranges (5052, 6061, 7075)||0.040″-0.125″|
|Steel material ranges (CRS, HRPO, HR)||0.048″-0.119″|