• Spot Welding

    Spot welding is passing an electrical current through two copper electrodes, applying pressure, as well as heat, to fuse two sheets of metal or wire without any need for filler material.

  • Mig Welding

    MIG (metal inert gas) welding is a process in which an electric arc forms between an electrode and a metal workpiece, heating the metals and causing them to melt, and be joined. Compared to TIG welding, it is much faster, resulting in shorter lead times and lower production costs. Additionally, it is easier to learn and produces welds that require little to no cleaning and finishing.

  • Tig Welding

    TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding is a gas shielded welding process and is one of the fusion welding processes. It is used wherever optimum quality and spatter-free weld seams are required. It is much slower, often resulting in longer lead times and greater production costs. Additionally, welders require highly specialized training to ensure they achieve proper precision and accuracy.