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Welding

  • Mig 
    • Mig Welding is done by using a feeding spindle of welding wire that burns, melts and fuses the parent metals and base together. Materials such as aluminum, stainless steel and mild steel are commonly used.
  • Tig
    • TIG welding is used for your lighter magnitude materials. Items that are made with this technique are basins and industrial tool storage. The largest pro is that you can power at a low level and not penetrate the metal.
  • Submerged Arc
    • Submerged Arc is a welding technique used in industries where steel sheets with a heavy thickness or long welds are involved.  The technique consists of making a welded linkage between steel parts using an electric arc submerged under a coating of flux.
  • Robotic
    • Robot Welding is when industrialized configurable tools are used, thus an automated welding process by completing the weld and grasping the part.  This technique is commonly used for high volume manufacturing sectors, such as the automotive industry.
  • Flux Core Arc Welding
    • Flux Core Arc Welding is an arc welding technique by which there is an arc across the electrode and weld pool which is guarded from a flux inside the tubular electrode, no matter if further guarding from the external gas is present.
  • Gas
    • Metal attaching technique where the ends of components to be attached are heated at their bond by making coalescence with one gas flames, no matter if a filler metal is used or not.
Welding
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