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Welding

Our welding capabilities enable us to meet a broad range of welding requirements, from the most delicate to the most robust. Our welders hold such certifications as AWS D1.1 (structural steel, including armor), D1.2 (structural aluminum), D1.3 (structural sheet steel), D1.6 (stainless steel) and D17.1 (aerospace). We have manual and robotic (automated) welding capabilities. Our welding capabilities include:

METAL INERT GAS WELDING (MIG). This is a process that uses a wire spool to feed wire to the joint and has a bottle of gas that flows from the machine to the welding handle to protect the weld from the air around it.

TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (TIG). This is a torch that has a gas flowing through it with a non consumable rod made of tungsten that heats the metal and the filler metal is held in the other hand and manually added when needed.

SPOT WELDING (SPOT). Spot welding is the most commonly used form of resistance welding. Usually it is used to weld various sheet metals with reduced thickness.

FRICTION STIR WELDING (FSW). Friction-stir welding is a solid-state joining process (the metal is not melted) that uses a third body tool to join two facing surfaces

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