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Cone

Metal cones have a huge number of applications in a number of industries, the most prominent being construction and architecture. In architecture, cones are generally used for aesthetic purposes, whereas they tend to have more functional use in construction. This can include the offshore wind industry as well as fossil fuel and gas industries. In these instances, cones can be used as funnels, to increase or decrease pipe width, and are frequently found in ventilation and ductwork.

When producing a truncated cone, the large and small diameter sizes are required, as well as the vertical height or the height of the slant, and the thickness of the metal – there’s a lot to consider.

Once the drawings and dimensions are finalised, the template of the cone can be cut. The sheet metal used is then bent either by rolling or by press braking – which is where the metal is essentially pressed on a V-block in order to bend it. The edges are then welded together to seal the conical shape. After welding, the cone will be calibrated before cutting it down to its final length.

Attention: The 3D model shown here is only an example and is not based on your parameters.

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