Since the development of the assembly line process, one of the key elements which quickly evolved was the use of interchangeable parts. This allowed items to be built with pieces that were not only uniform in design, and therefore used a limited number of tools and dies in their creation, but also had the versatility of replacement parts being readily available when needed. One of the modular components of building things in an assembly line process is something as simple and basic as a fabricated metal enclosure box.
Metal enclosure boxes serve a variety of purposes. From items such as lockboxes to filing cabinets, to more technical and ubiquitous uses such as electronics enclosures, you can find metal enclosure boxes just about anywhere. Depending on the use, the design of the item, and even the aesthetic, whatever use you have in mind for an enclosure box, there is a sheet metal out there that will work best for its fabrication.