Fraserview Fabrication and Machining Inc. (FFM) is proudly serving industries for the last 36 years as a fabrication arm of the TEBO Group . FFM has developed a leadership in the industry of custom steel fabrication globally.  From the fabrication of bulk material handling systems at ports facilities to the the fabrication of conveyors in the mining industry, FFM fabricated various steel structures used in Industrial and commercial construction.  

Forestry | Mining | Ports | Airports | Oil and Gas | Chemical Plants | Environmental and Recycling | Manufacturing | Marine Industry | Research and Development

Canadian Welding Bureau

FFM is the member of Canadian Welding Bureau Group

Metal Fabrication process involves various stages, and each project is unique. However, the general process of custom steel fabrication works as below:

Designining:  Fabricators work with clients to create diagrams of the project, whether by hand or CAD (computer-aided design) software while working with the customers.


Prototyping: Fabricators create a prototype before full production to ensure quality and application after the completion of the design. Prototyping is an optional part of the process and it is only implemented when there is a requirement from a client.


Programming: Drafting engineer translates CAD designs into automated, computer-controlled machines after the designing of prototyoing finishes.

CAD Drawings

Cutting: Among the most widely used cutting techniques are laser cutting, mechanical shearing, and water jet cutting. Fabricators also use other methods to cut plate and sheet metal. 

Forming: Fabricators use folding, bending, stamping, punching, machining, and other methods to bend the metal into the desired shape. 

Metal Forming

Finishing: Fabricators use refining or coating methods to finish the product after the formation of the shape.

Steel Finishing

Assembling: If a product design requires assembly, fabricators may weld or incorporate other elements.

Assembly and Installation

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CSA W47.1 Certified

FFM holds CSA Standard W47.1, Certification of Companies for Fusion Welding of Steel