Working with TRUECORE®steel

If you’re new to light gauge steel frames you might be surprised just how easy frames made from TRUECORE® steel are to work with. We’ve put together a range of how-to videos to help you get up to speed fast.

Framers, 2nd fix carpenters and plasterers

2nd fix carpenters introduction
Plasterers introduction
Trimming or cutting C-stud profiles
Hand cutting light gauge steel with tin snips
Making up noggins and studs
Electric shears and nibblers
Using templates
Screw fixing steel building frames
Mitre corners

Plumbers & Electricians

Electricians introduction
Electricians tips & tricks
Plumbers tips & tricks
Introduction to holes in steel building frames
Making holes using a Stainelec metal stud punch
Making holes using a manual hydraulic punch
Making holes using a Tungsten Carbide hole cutter
Making penetration holes using tin snips
Making penetration holes using a Tungsten Carbide hole cutter
Making penetration holes using a manual hydraulic punch

HALL OF FRAME - TRUECORE® steel case studies

Builders and fabricators all over the country have been embracing TRUECORE® steel. Read their stories in our Hall of Frame

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Downloads for Installers & Trades

If you’re looking for brochures or more information about TRUECORE® steel, then you're in the right place!

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Technical Bulletin TB-34 Steel Building Frames
Technical bulletin TB-7 Care of BlueScope coated steel products during transport & storage

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Read about the latest news and events from TRUECORE® steel.

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New 'Hall of Frame' Case Study: DFS - Lonsdale Apartment Building
New 'Hall of Frame' Case Study: Centurion Framing Systems and…
The Block 2018 Open for Inspection