Welding

TIG, MIG, stud, and spot welding is combined with other fabrication processes around the facility, reducing downtime between production steps to increase throughput and guarantee deadlines.

Service Highlights

  • Mobilized TIG, MIG, Stud, & Spot Welding
  • Meet & Exceed AWS Guidelines & Standards
  • Materials: Stainless, Mild, Cold-Rolled Steel & Aluminum
  • Meet & Exceed UL Water Tightness Standards

About Welding

Our weld team mobilizes across the facility to integrate TIG, MIG, Stud, and Spot welding into other fabrication steps, reducing overall production time. Frequently, they will join the forming or hardware process where parts are being bent to specified dimension or where hardware is inserted into the sheet metal.

Our production team uses only gas arc welding. Gas arc welding uses the power supply from weld equipment to produce a powerful heat source, called an arc flame, that is used to melt a filler material to join parts to one another.

Our facility primarily TIG welds due to the high volume of material under 0.25 inches used for the majority of our sheet metal fabrication. Once seams are joined and weldments attached, the edges are often grinded smooth and the parts are prepped to move onto the next stage of production.

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Sheet Metal Fabrication

Sheet Metal Fabrication

Precision CNC Machining

Precision CNC Machining

Mechanical Assembly

Mechanical Assembly

Finishing

Finishing

Plastic Fabrication

Plastic Fabrication

Enclosure Solutions

Enclosure Solutions