Welding Fabrication

Our skilled welders are key members of our team.

Our skilled welders are key members of our team. Handpicked through careful recruitment, they
have the skills that make them fast, accurate and consistent.

Our dedicated in-house welding facility unit allows us to deliver a more efficient service than ever
before. Offering the full spectrum of welding services – including tig, mig and spot – with absolute


TIG allows our welders to create clean welds when appearances count. Because the heat input is
controlled by pressing on a foot pedal, they can heat up or cool down the weld puddle giving precise
weld control.

TIG is a very detailed process able to accurately weld small and thin objects as well as large parts
resulting in the highest degree of weld quality.


MIG welding is an arc welding process in which a continuous solid wire electrode is fed through a
welding gun and into the weld pool, joining two base materials together.

MIG welding is generally faster so used for large and thick materials resulting in shorter lead times
and lower production costs.


A form of resistance welding, spot welding is one of the oldest welding processes whereby two or
more sheets of metal are welded together without the use of any filler material.

Spot welding requires the use of copper alloy electrodes to focus an electrical current into a small
area between the metal surfaces to be joined.

The electrodes are also designed to create pressure,
which is responsible for holding the workpieces in place. As the copper alloy electrodes create heat,
the metal workpieces fuse together in a controlled manner.


Our three Fanuc welding systems compliment our skilled, manual welding service by delivering
programmed accuracy.

Our robots have the advantage of consistent repeatable welds with quicker process times and
are able to weld complicated shapes and curves easily. Increasing and improving consistency on
longer production runs of custom sheet metal fabrications.