Posts By Christa Carey

Handles V2

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Cody from our Engineering & Design Services team is back to give a rundown on handles for your custom enclosure. Watch the full video below – or, if you’d prefer…

Expediting Your Quote

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Dan from our Engineering & Design Services team chats about getting your designs quoted for Protocase to manufacture. Specifically, Dan provides several tips for how to get your design quoted…

rubber feet

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Cody from our Engineering & Design Services team is back for another video. This time, he is providing an overview of rubber feet, and why they're a useful addition…

Part-Marking Thumbnail V1

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, we've got Cody from our Engineering & Design Services team reviewing the different ways we can achieve permanent marking here at Protocase. Watch the full video below – or, if you’d prefer to…

Self-Clinching Fastener Thumbnail

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, we've got Daniel from our Engineering & Design Services team reviewing the different self-clinching fastener types that we offer at Protocase, and how they're useful. Watch the full video below – or,…

tuesday Tech Tips (2)

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Cody from our Engineering & Design Services team explains the differences between two specific types of self-clinching fasteners: concealed and flush self-clinching fasteners. Watch the full video below – or,…

Thumbnail for Sliding Rails

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Cody from our Engineering & Design Services team talks about drawer slides. Watch the full video below – or, if you’d prefer to read his Proto Tech Tip, we’ve got…

Anodizing Thumbnail

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we’ll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Chris from our Marketing team talks about type 2 and type 3 anodizing for your custom enclosures or parts. Watch the full video below – or, if you’d prefer to read…

Proto Tech Tips - Minimum Bends

Every week, Team Protocase is bringing you a Proto Tech Tip video, where we'll give an informative look at a particular aspect of sheet metal fabrication and CNC Machining. This week, Moataz from our Engineering & Design Services team talks about minimum bend dimensions and how far cutouts should be from bend lines. Watch the full video below - or,…

Flush-head fasteners installed on an anodized panel

For custom enclosures or parts, self-clinching fasteners can be a designer’s best friend. They solve a whole host of challenges when it comes to mounting components, and because of their compact design and low profile, they are a win aesthetically, too. Self-Clinching fasteners are threaded nuts, studs or standoffs that are mechanically pressed into metal, becoming a permanent part of…

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