MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is a welding process used to join two or more pieces of metal using an arc-welding technique. The welding machine creates an arc between the work pieces you want to weld and a welding wire, which forms a bond that joins the work pieces together. TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding is an arc welding process that uses a tungsten electrode to produce the weld. It is used when the welding of stainless steel, aluminum, and copper is required. Stud Welding is a form of spot welding where a bolt or specially formed nut is welded onto another metal part. It is a versatile, one-step, instantaneous metal fastening method.
Welding is one of the most important skills within the fabrication process, and requires a skilled welder to control the welding arc. Wiedenbeck, Inc. is equipped with a Miller Millermatic 210, which offers superior performance throughout its welding range. Wiedenbeck’s experienced welders will skillfully finish your end products with high-quality welds.
Our capabilities include:
- MIG, TIG, and Stud Welding
- Welding steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and copper
- Using Argon CO2 (inactive gas) for cleaner welds
- 1/2” capacity
- 3/16” – 7/8” studs, 1800 amp