As a full-service metal fabrication shop, we offer innovative technology from state-of-the-art tube laser cutting to the latest in welding technology.

Our skilled MIG and TIG welders are AWS certified, and also trained to read engineered plans and make high-quality parts to spec. Our welding equipment is precisely calibrated semi-annually for quality assurance.

MIG and TIG welding both use an electric arc and shielding gas to make the weld. The major difference between the two welding processes is that MIG uses continuous wire feed and TIG uses Tungsten rods that are gradually fed into the weld puddle.

MIG Welding

mig welding

Suitable for a wide variety of metals and thicknesses, MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is used in industrial and architectural metal fab applications.

  • Can be used with all types of metals and alloys including stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminum, copper, nickel and bronze
  • Wide range of material thickness, from thin-gauge sheet metal to thick structural metals
  • High productivity, low cost
  • Produces a high-strength finished product

TIG Welding

tig welding

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) Welding is most commonly used to weld thin pieces of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals such as aluminum, magnesium, and copper alloys.

  • Versatile welding process with superior results
  • Complex process requires a high degree of skill
  • Slower yet more precise welding process; produces a superior-looking weld
  • Can produce tricky welds, such as round or S curves

Which type of welding is best for your project?
We carefully assess our customers’ needs to determine the best fabrication processes, techniques and equipment for each project. Thanks to a full range of cutting, fabricating and finishing capabilities, All Metals Fabrication can cut, form, weld, finish and assemble any project, including custom weld fixtures. Give us a call to see how we can bring your next project to reality.