Fabrication is a general word that refers to the manufacturing processes that convert raw or partially finished materials into finished parts. Metal fabrication, in particular, refers to the processes that turn sheet metal and other metals into finished goods.

Fabrication is a broad category of different processes and stages of production. Some of the subcategories involved in fabrication include the following:Casting, Cutting and Machining



We aimed to provide high-quality casting at affordable prices to the market, establishing a strong presence in all engineering fields. When you come to Pavara Technologies with your casting requirements, we'll work with you to see if investment casting is the right method for achieving your goals.

Finding the best fit for the components requirements and the procedure for manufacturing them is the first step in holding costs down. If you prefer casting, we promise to give you the most value for money.


Welding-TIG, MIG & ARC

Welding is a mechanism that joins two different pieces of metal, thermoplastic, or (in some cases) wood to form a single unit. There are several different methods of welding and construction, each of which is best for different materials or situations.

MIG welding can be divided into two forms. One method is to use bare wire as a filler to connect thin metal bits. The other joins the parent pieces with a flux nucleus.TIG welding uses a rod feed and a torch, which generates the heat and arc, to join pieces.


Jigs & Fixtures

When it comes to mass manufacturing, time is of the essence. We will help you create custom jigs and fixtures to help you speed up the production process and reduce the expense of conventional manufacturing without losing precision

Jigs and fixtures help you avoid costly mistakes in the manufacturing process. They're much safer than conventional approaches, provide unparalleled resilience, and allow for fast design changes as the processes evolve.