Welding Services

AWS D1.1 Welders man over 20 welding booths in our welding department.

Metalworking Solutions provides premium sheet metal and welding services, ensuring superior weld joint and edge quality for diverse metalworking needs and projects. Our experienced welders utilize cutting-edge welding equipment and techniques to deliver exceptional results that meet industry standards.

Excellent Metal Welding Service from Professionals

As leaders in metalworking, we specialize in joining metal sheets and tubular frames through arc and resistance welding. Our team of AWS D1.1 welders is experienced in freehand welding of sheet metal parts fabricated from aluminum, mild steel, and stainless steel. While most work is with machine OEM assemblies and electrical enclosures, our welders are comfortable with a wide variety of sheet metal and structural steel welded products.

That said, we focus on MIG, TIG, and Robotics welding. Learn the main MIG welder vs TIG difference and if we can use MIG welding for aluminum materials:

MIG Welding

MIG or Metal Inert Gas welding employs an electrical supply to fuse the base metal using a continuous solid wire electrode, which is heated and fed into a weld pool using a welding gun. Regarding the MIG welder vs TIG process, MIG uses the consumable wire as the electrode and the filler material, while TIG employs a tungsten tip to heat and join the metal surfaces directly. There are also times when a separate hand-held filler rod or material is required.

Common applications of MIG welding that we do components of:

  • Buildings and bridges
  • Railways and steel structures
  • Automotive manufacturing and repair
  • Home improvements and DIY projects
  • Metal furniture and fixtures

All welding craftsmen on our team are capable of performing high-quality MIG welds. MIG welding can also be used for aluminum projects, but with considerations. Nevertheless, it can be achieved with outstanding outcomes.

MIG Weldign
TIG Welding

TIG Welding

TIG or Tungsten Inert Gas welding produces the weld joint using a non-consumable tungsten as the electrode and the metal being welded or a separate filler material. If there’s a hand-held filler material, both hands are used. This process ensures that the weld joint is more accurate due to more control over the welding process.

Common applications of TIG welding:

  • Pipeline systems
  • Thinner and special materials
  • Artistic welding projects

When neatness, precision, and appearance matter, such as when welding stainless steel or aluminum, we have several skilled TIG welders to perform the job. TIG welding also achieves stronger welds due to the narrow arc utilized during the procedure.

Robotic Welding

When the job calls for high-volume repetitive welds, Metalworking Solutions puts the Lincoln Electric Robotic Weld Cell to work. This robotic welding system is designed to work on heavy-duty and complex weld processes. It can adapt to various welding processes, such as MIG, TIG, and resistance welding procedures. It’s also ideal in advanced manufacturing, where sophisticated and advanced equipment is required for better and more robust welds.

Applications of robotic welding:

  • Rail car units
  • Car water pumps
  • Marine equipment

Achieve Strong Weld Joints with the Right Metal Welding Service

We assemble most small industrial components through MIG, TIG, and resistance welding. In addition to our fine craftsmen, we augment our welding department with robotic welding cells and equipment. Depending on specific assembly requirements, our expert staff will select the proper welding method for your fabrication project.

For instance, stud welding can easily attach fasteners or metal studs to workpieces. Our stud welding and spot welding processes are suitable for applications that require anchoring, fastening, and mounting without visible surface holes or raised welds. We also offer post-weld processing services such as grinding and sanding to manufacture sheet metal parts with quality welds ready for finishing.

Fulfill Your Metalworking Projects from Expert Welders

Metalworking Solutions offers premium sheet metal and welding services that guarantee durable weld joints. Regardless of your welding project’s specifications and requirements, you can trust us to choose the right MIG welder vs TIG process.

Contact us today to learn more about our other capabilities and how we can help your business succeed. Talk to us today so we can kickstart your upcoming projects immediately!