Description[edit | edit source]
A small section of metal sheet.
Background[edit | edit source]
Also known as sheet metal, metal sheeting is a basic example of metalworking. At its basics, sheet metal is stainless steel or aluminum formed into a thin piece. Very thick sheets may be called "plates" while very thin ones may be called "foil" or "leaves." Sheet metal is mostly used in construction, often used for roofs, cars, walls, and transformers.
Sold in hardware stores.
How to obtain[edit | edit source]
- One can be found on a shelf in the Brookvale warehouse. (Brookvale)
- One can be found on a shelf in U.C. Storage. (Brookvale)
- One can be found at the Mechanics post. (Newtown)
- One can be found in room 402 of Whistler Hotel. (Uptown)