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The surface quality is of great importance for the long-lasting use of the produced parts to meet the desired standards.

Applied in order to obtain surface qualities suitable for the purpose with different methods depending on the needs on the surfaces of the produced parts.

There are many different methods of surface finishing such as deburring, powder coating or galvanization. 


Burr is a height or protruding edge or residual parts of the material that remain on the surface, edges or certain parts of the parts after the production process, after the production process of the parts produced by machines such as presses or CNC that process metal plates or metal blocks.
It is necessary to clean it in order not to disturb it both for the next processes and during use. All burrs are removed with a process called 'deburring' and different types of machines.


The polymerization of the powder paint ensures that the paint adheres to the material during the firing process. The resulting coating exhibits excellent resistance to abrasion, corrosion, chemical effects and impacts.
Significant advantages such as color, brightness, texture, durability and ease of application have been gained with powder paint.
Powder coating, which is an environmentally friendly process, does not contain volatile petroleum origin (solvents).


Electroplating is the process of transporting different metal atoms to a metal surface with electrical energy. As a result of this transport, the metal surface is covered with a thin layer formed by different metal atoms. This process is frequently used in industry to protect the coated metal, to increase its resistance properties, to make it more decorative, and for metal purification.
For example, chromium is a metal with very high corrosion resistance compared to steel. It is also quite bright in appearance. Therefore, chrome-plated metal products are used in many places for decorative and strengthening purposes. In galvanization, which is another electroplating, these metals are coated with zinc to increase the resistance of iron and steel to rust. In jewelry metals, silver is plated with gold, which is very resistant to corrosion. Thus, a gold-looking but cheaper product is obtained, and the corrosion resistance of the product is increased.


Galvanization is the coating of the metal with "Zinc" against corrosion. Galvanized coating is done in 2 ways. The first is Electro Galvanized coating, the second is Hot Dip Galvanized coating. With the hot-dip galvanizing method, the coating is done by dipping the material into the molten zinc (460C°). In this way, oxidation is prevented and the life of the metals is extended and the air contact is prevented from rusting. Oxygen interacts with the metal, causing abrasions (rust) and the layered parts are separated from the metal, the strength of the metal decreases, and the image becomes dirty. Rusting is not only a visual defect, but also a chemical reaction that corrodes metal. In the coating with galvanization, a population is formed on the metal, this population penetrates into every corner, inside, surface and cavities of the metal. It is applied to galvanized, iron or steel. Wear resistance is increased by coating the metal with zinc. The best way to prevent rust is coating application. The coating thickness decreases and loses every year, that is, zinc disappears in certain amounts every year, which allows the life to be determined beforehand. Since zinc is more reactive than iron or steel, first the zinc galvanized coating corrodes, protecting the iron or steel in the substrate.



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