As in most metal fabrication, the weld quality is often the most telling of a factory’s quality output. We often manufacture hardware which go into very visible applications and must pass high quality standards. We are familiar with the demands for quality welding.
Types of Welding
We work in many types of welding such as TIG welding which is a process that is typically more difficult due to the coordination of a torch and filler rod. TIG welding is a significantly slower process, but the best method for welding thin sections of stainless steel. It offers great control for stronger, higher quality welds.
MIG welding is the most common industrial welding process and is much faster. The electrode is fed automatically through the torch for a semi-automatic or automatic process. MIG welding is a process that requires a lot of experience and control. The two most common issues are dross and porosity. These issues can be avoided with maintenance of equipment and consistency with the torch to keep an even weld.