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We can fold material up to 6mm thick and up to 3.2m long as well as notch material up to 6mm thick.


Our guillotines are suitable for materials up to 3.2 metres wide and between 0.5mm – 6mm thick.


Mig, tig welding and spot welding, we have multiple welding bays to do it all for jobs large or small.

Metal Rolling

We have small hand rollers and large electric rollers ready to handle any mild or stainless steel job.

Car Fabrication

Exhausts & Intakes

Specialised automotive fabrication including exhaust systems, intake systems, ute trays etc.

Custom Plan

If you can think of it, chances are we can design and manufacture it. Contact us today.

Metal Fabrication Sydney

Sheet metal fabrication specialists with more than 30 years’ experience

BLV Engineering is a family-owned and operated metal fabrication business that started in 1982. Based in Western Sydney, we produce quality custom made products from steel, stainless steel and aluminium.

Our purpose-built premises in Prospect, houses a wide variety of machinery and equipment needed to meet the varying demands and standards our clients have come to expect. We can turn your sheet metal fabrication or aluminium fabrication project ideas into reality.

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Our metal fabrication services include…

Laser cutting machine

Laser cutting

Laser cutting services for metal, steel and aluminium.



Metal polishing designed to deliver those beautiful smooth surfaces.



Drilling, turning and milling to shape your metal as desired.



Zinc galvanisation to protect your steel from corrosion and rust.

Plasma Cutting

Oxy & plasma cutting

Oxy-acetylene and plasma cutting to suit various alloy types and designs.

Powder Coating

Powder coating

Powder coating to improve uniformity, durability & appearance.

Water jet cutting

Water jet cutting

Extremely accurate cold cutting with high tolerances and no heat.

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Industry leaders delivering unmatched quality.

Multi-faceted bespoke design, engineering & fabrication

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Fast turn around times

No long waiting periods – our professional team will deliver your project on time, every time.


Highly skilled staff

With over 30 years experience, our qualified staff know what works and what doesn’t.


Competitive prices

Our precision equipment allows us to maximise the usability of materials, saving costs.

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Custom metal fabrication for when quality and reliability are important

At BLV Engineering, we have earned a reputation as the ‘go to’ place in Sydney for all metal fabrication needs. With our affordable pricing, attention to detail, professionalism and quick service, we can produce you what you need when you need it.

We pride ourselves on being able to offer our services to the general public, who may only require spot welding, to major fabrication projects for builders, architects, manufacturers and companies. If you’re looking for fast, efficient and expert service for metal fabrication, aluminium fabrication and more in Blacktown, Parramatta, Penrith, Hills District and surrounding areas, you can count on us.

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What is metal fabrication?

Metal fabrication entails moulding raw materials to their intended shape. Raw materials are heated and combined into steel before being formed into the desired form. The procedure necessitates a trained expert with the knowledge of converting raw components into marketable items, and there is often a high degree of tolerance. Steel fabrication is used in industry to make everything from car parts to industrial kitchens and other steel products.

What methods can be used for metal fabrication?


Cutting metal sheets is the most common fabrication process. You can cut them into halves, quarters or different sections. In plenty of instances, the actual metal that is cut is actually brand new and hasn’t been moulded into anything of purpose. In some situations, bars and other panels that have already been formed are brought for tasks such as cutting. Cuts can be made on a variety of equipment, ranging from advanced lasers and plasma torches to even more advanced, latest-tech pieces of equipment.


Folding is an advanced metal-processing operation because it involves bending the metal surface at a particular angle. With folding, the overall goal is to fold the metal at a ninety-degree angle. You can do that by folding it less or more. Although the folding procedure is rather straightforward, it should only be completed in workshops that host specialist, advanced technology equipment because of the intricacy of the entire overall process. For certain projects, where a particular fold is required, joining two (or something more) metal panels with particular angles could end up being a more useful choice.


At BLV Engineering we specialise in MIG and TIG welding of Steel, Stainless Steel, and Aluminium and use pulsed welders to assist us to control heat input into a part, minimise distortion, and improve the quality of the parts we create.


The process of removing parts from a section of metal with the aid of a machine is called ‘machining’. More often than not, a lathe is used to rotate metal sections against specialist tools that cut the corners and the edges to cut the overall piece down to the required form or size. In other machining operations, a hole (or for some projects multiple holes) will be drilled straight through the metal surface.


When required holes are drilled in a metal object, the procedure begins with punching, which entails putting metal under a specialist die and being punched through by a particular drill. The punch must be the right size if the drill’s circumference fits properly through the used die. The intention of an application determines whether a punch is classified as a direct or indirect hit. The majority of the time, the aim is to create holes in a metal panel for use with latches or different foreign components. The material is then removed from the top of a bigger panel in order to produce a bit part that is smaller in applications such as blanking.

What are the advantages of metal fabrication?

Metal fabrication has many different benefits depending on the application, including:

  • Cost-Effective: Steel fabrication is often cheaper than other methods of forming, such as injection moulding.
  • Customisable: The shaping process allows for specific customisation to fulfill customer needs.
  • Fast Turnaround Time: Many types of steel can be formed quickly with minimal delays in delivery time.
  • Efficient Transport: Because steel is very easily portable, it makes the supply chain much more efficient.
  • Strength: Steel has a high level of strength and can withstand many different loads such as tension and compression.

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I am always impressed with the fast turn around time at BLV. They are a pleasure to deal with – prompt and friendly service every time.

Konrad Blahut (MD), Konstruct Group Pty Ltd

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Everything looks absolutely fantastic, far better than I thought and management is very impressed. Your team are a great bunch and a pleasure to work with.

Chris, Head Teacher Maritime Studies, TAFE NSW

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