Our marketing manager obviously has trouble switching off as even when in Bali (not to be confused with BALI – the British Association of Landscape Industries) she obviously has a compulsion to spot metal railings and gates on religious temples and shrines. Upon passing a local metal fabrication workshop she was intrigued by how easily the Balinese craftsmen seem to conjure up intricate metalwork and fabulous colours despite the obvious lack of a RAL colour guide or 3D CAD system!
Here at Alpha Rail we have access to the latest computer aided design technology. So, rather than wait for a design to materialise from the fabricators grey matter, we can turn your hand sketches and doodles into the real thing and present it to you in a full 3D environment before any manufacturing takes place. You can also to trial colour and design variants and see exactly how your metal railing and gates design will look when installed.
Given that there are more shrines than houses than Bali and many road junctions also feature ornate metal structures and shrines in recognition of Balinese deities the career of a metal fabricator in Bali seems to be as secure as their tourism economy!
So, was this her trip a fact find for a foray into exporting I hear you ask?
Well no, but it could be – it is not so long ago we sent a shipment of pedestrian guardrail to Nigeria!
If we can help you with a future metal work project for a war memorial, temple or shrine please contact us.
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