Architects and Contractors need not be constrained by industry standard sizes and specifications; by using different fabrication technologies and types of decorative screen designs, ABIYA creates decorative screens customised to any project with flexibility on design pattern, decorative screen size, and open area.
Decorative waterjet cutting - cutting through metal by spraying it with the jet of high-speed water - is the preferred method when aluminium or stainless steel being cut shouldn't be exposed to high temperatures.
Decorative laser cutting is extremely precise whilst using less energy, especially when laser cutting stainless steel or aluminium. Laser cutting has fantastic edge quality. Repetitive cuts are identical every time due to the accuracy of laser cutting.
With up to 2000 strokes per minute stamp dies punch out large series of flat pieces of metal strips to form a decorative pattern.
Architectural Cast Aluminium involves pouring liquid metal into a mold, which contains a hollow cavity of the desired shape of the decorative screen, and then allowing it to cool and solidify.
A MDF CNC-Router cuts wood panels using a router to produce a finished decorative screen or removes material from the surface of MDF, HDF, or Wood sheets (engraving/carving).