Metalworking is the practice of functioning with metals to build components which solves different mechanical problems. This process of working is meant to create precise and delicate objects ranging from jewellery to large scale bodies like ships, bridges and can be classified as forming, cutting, fastening, fitting, joining or finishing processes which sustains small to large steel structures or join items. Mathematical estimations and geometrical dimensions are taken into consideration to interpret complex engineering portrayals of civil engineering projects. The very idea of working with metals is yielding and intuitive besides as art work form of pouring molten metal into a mold called forming. Metalworking concept also involves spinning, hammering (hot forging) and casting (such as sand casting, die casting). Further, this broad term is associated with culture where traditional adornments were made particularly using bronze or for producing weapons and sometimes adorned great figures. During the ancient time, decorative art on metallic forms were very exciting which includes ritual items, personal beautifully crafted ornaments and sculptures which were completed by hammering and casting. The facility has its great importance to cast icons as auspicious mark for Indian people.