CUSTOM WELDING & FABRICATION
Metal or alloy fabrication allows raw metals to be turned into working pieces and prototypes which can later be assembled.
There are multiple processes that can be configured during each fabrication process, and all of these require enough practice and skill to master and complete effectively and efficiently.
Whether your project involves aluminum, carbon steel or stainless steel, we have the knowledge and skill set required to see it through. We also have the capabilities necessary to weld a variety of exotic metals. Don't hesitate to call us today for your custom fabricating needs.
These metals have all the right qualities for manufacturing, building custom projects, making vehicles and other purposes. Every one of them has it's own properties and strengths. Below we’ll give you an overview of the options available.
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There are multiple advantages with aluminum because of it's natural properties. Due to it's high customization profile and ease to process, our welding technicians can use it for several purposes. It’s widely used in the repair of heavy machinery, and as a primary material for many structures. Aluminum is also cost effective and when used correctly, can be suitable for construction and car materials. Although it's low melting point and high thermal conductivity means that it’s not for amateur welders. Projects that involve aluminum products will need trained fabricators who have years of experience in the industry to get the job done right so that your project turns out the way you planned.
Used mainly for it's strength and durability, welding stainless steel is relatively straightforward and quite a popular metal having more than 11 variations. It carries characteristics of high resistance to elements and is lower in maintenance but requires a greater degree of care and control when it pertains to heating and cooling. If you have a budget that allows for the best choice, stainless steel should be high up on your purchase list. We are happy to provide you with any type of stainless steel fabrication and you can rest easy knowing our welders have the skill to build your product according to your requirements.
Rebar fabrication consists of cutting the metal to length and bending as required. It is widely known to be used for reinforcing steel structures, or as a reinforcement steel, where these steel bars or mesh of steel wires are used as a tension aid to strengthen concrete and masonry projects. Rebar is also used to help prevent deterioration caused by natural and man-made elements against concrete reinforced structures. We provide a full range of corrosion resistant rebar types that include epoxy, galvanized, stainless steel and fiberglass coatings.
While expensive initially, titanium and it's alloys offer excellent corrosion resistance to chlorides, acids and salt.
Titanium has the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal, and is highly resistant to corrosion thus lowering maintenance and lifetime repair costs because of it's long service life.
This makes titanium extremely desirable and a cost-effective choice for industries including defense and aerospace. The process of fabricating titanium requires knowledge in regards to proper welding techniques, although welding titanium is not as hard as many professionals think it is. There are however some subtle differences where skill and experience comes into play.
A popular choice as a production material for a variety of applications such as duct work, storage units, vessels etc. Depending on it's chemical composition.
Carbon steel has a moderate range of weldability. Most carbon steels contain high-iron amounts, but other elements can be added to the properties of the steel to influence its welding capabilities. Welding carbon steel requires knowledge of the carbon content and equivalency of the steel, as well as its cooling rate and any other notable chemical composition concerns.
If this is the metal you’re wanting to use for your project, trust us to provide you with a steady source.