MIG, TIG, and Robotic Welding

Our team offers advanced MIG, TIG, and robotic welding services, specializing in stainless steel welding. We can also work with aluminum and mild steel and we offer full five-axis robotic MIG operations.

We work hard to meet the needs of our clients from various industries, including those in the agricultural, marine, heavy construction, and food service sectors. Trust that our equipment can handle materials as thick as 2 inches and as thin as 20 gauges.

We manufacture a variety of products, such as sensors, transducers, tubular frames, and pin weldments. Our team also offers secondary service options, including research and development, prototyping, and assembly.

General Capabilities

  • Contract
  • Production
  • Small Parts

Industry Focus

  • Agricultural
  • Automotive
  • Construction Equipment
  • Food Processing Equipment
  • Marine
  • Medical
  • Petrochemical

Intended Application

  • Hard Face
  • Pin Weldment
  • Precision Assembly
  • Tubular Frame

Arc/Resistance Welding Processes


GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding)
Also known as metal inert gas (MIG), this is a welding process where an electric arc forms between a consumable MIG wired electrode and the workpiece metal.

GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding)
This process is also known as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. It uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode, an inert gas, and a separate filler material. This process is sometimes mistakenly referred to as Heliarc welding.

SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding)
In this welding process, which is also known as manual metal arc welding or stick welding, a consumable electrode rod is used. It is used as the filler material and is covered in flux that protects the weld area from oxidation and contamination.


  • Aluminum
  • Cast Iron
  • Stainless Steel
  • Carbon and Alloy Steels

Welding Operation

  • CNC/Robotic
  • Free Hand

Additional Services

  • Assemblies
  • Prototype
  • Research and Development