MIG Welding

Metal inert gas (MIG) welding is a subtype of gas metal arc welding (GMAW). In this welding process, the base materials are joined together through a welding current. Filler metal is constantly fed through the welding gun. As the electric arc melts the electrode wire it is then fused along with the base metals in the weld pool. Simultaneously, the shielding gas travels along the welding gun to keep the weld free from atmospheric contamination.

With our vast knowledge of welding and fabrication, we can ensure the proper technique is used to produce a quality product at an efficient cost. We work closely with customers to understand their exact needs and are able to cost-effectively engineer and produce weld fixtures to achieve precise alignment and maintain tight tolerances.