One of the simplest and most cost-effective methods of manufacturing brackets, especially simple brackets such as corner brackets, is sheet metal manufacturing. The bracket is usually composed of two or more planes connected along an edge. The easiest way to make this object is usually to bend a flat object (i.e. a metal plate) at two or more positions: the simplest example is to add a flat rectangle bent at 90 ° to form a straight contour, and turn it into a bracket with an L-shaped contour.

Most scaffolds are functional, and their purpose is to connect and support objects. However, brackets can also be decorative: since brackets are usually visible (e.g. mounted on shelves above the eyes), they may have a decorative and gorgeous feel, ranging from complex machined decorative features to gold plating.

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By Yan yifan

One of China's Experienced Precision Sheet Metal Manufacturer and Fabricator Since 2011

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