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New Design Alert! Hexagon Perforated Metal Collection Grows!

Looking for an edgy perforated metal design? Then you’ll love Arrow Metal’s Cosmic hexagon perforated metal collection!

The newly expanded Cosmic range features eight hexagon perforated metal profiles, each with its own take on the six-sided shape, from slim and delicate honeycombs to thick, chunky, and bold geometric designs.

The Cosmic hexagon collection is the latest release from our punching machinery as we grow our range of standard profiles, with more architectural patterns and collections to come. Our machinery can create a variety of unusual hole styles and shapes through specialised tooling.

Here’s everything you need to know about Arrow Metal’s Cosmic collection, including specification details, customisation options, and how to order.

New Cosmic designs close-up: Hexagon perforated metal styles revealed

Pattern 611 hexagon perforated metal

The Cosmic collection offers a wide choice of hexagon hole arrangements, to suit all types of interior and exterior architecture and design projects. Lead times for all standard orders are 2-3 weeks:

Celestial: Celestial is our popular 610 hexagon pattern. Celestial features 10mm AF hexagons, with a 12.5mm pitch and a 64% open area.

Orion: Orion – Pattern 611 – is a solid, widely spaced hexagon perforated metal design, ideal for projects that need stronger profiles. Featuring one of the smallest hexagon designs in the range, Orion has 10mm AF hexagons laid out in a 25mm pitch and a 32% open area.

Atlas: The Atlas – Pattern 614 – is a close and clustered hexagon profile, achieved by its large open area of 60%.  Atlas has 14mm AF hexagon holes and an 18mm pitch.

Sirius: Sirius – Pattern 620 – is a chunky honeycomb profile that makes a modern statement. It has 20mm AF hexagons, a 32mm pitch and a 39% open area.

Vela: Vela – Pattern 621 – is close in style to our Galactic design, but with smaller-sized hexagons. It has 20mm AF hexagons, a 28mm pitch, and a 51% open area.

Maia: Maia –Pattern 622 – is a traditional honeycomb design. Featuring 20mm AF hexagons and a 25mm pitch, Maia’s 64% open area creates an open yet eye-catching decorative design.

Galactic: Galactic is our 628 profile and is a thick hexagon pattern. Galactic has 28mm AF hexagons, a 38mm pitch, and a 54% open area.

Electra: If you want a design like Maia but on a larger scale, go for Electra, Pattern 629! With the biggest open area in the range of 72%, Electra makes a big impact, featuring AF hexagon holes of 28mm and a 33mm pitch.

Cosmic collection base metals and panel sizes

The Cosmic hexagon perforated metal range is available in a choice of metal types, with options to suit interior use and exterior applications. You can order designs in:

  • Aluminium
  • Stainless Steel
  • Brass
  • Mild steel
  • Galvanneal
  • Pre-galvanised steel

Panels are available in a range of popular standard sizes and thicknesses, including 1.2mm, 1.5mm, 1.6mm, 2mm, and 3mm, depending on the specified metal type.

Customising your hexagon perforated metal profile

All of the patterns in our new Cosmic collection can be customised to suit your exact requirements. We can make variations to the pitch, hexagon size, and open area percentage. All profiles can also be finished in a range of durable coatings and colours.

If Cosmic has inspired you to create your own hexagon design, we can manufacture a custom profile using CAD drawing, giving you extensive creative scope. Talk to our team to discuss your bespoke pattern options, including base metals and finishes, and approximate lead times for your order.

Large perforated metal patterns - Cranebook Shopping centre

Order hexagon perforated metal for delivery Australia-wide

Call (02) 9748 2200 to order perforated metal panels from our Cosmic collection or to discuss a bespoke hexagon perforated metal order. You can also make an online enquiry here.

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Posted: January 15, 2022

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