MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is often used on large, thicker components and can work in any position. Whereas TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding is better suited to small parts that require precision.
Our experience in robotic welding ensures your new, bespoke solution receives the most efficient technique.
Whether it be MIG or TIG welding, our systems modern interfaces are programmed to deliver on speed, accuracy and consistency.
We are able to offer our customers both an automatic and manual riveting service to join your materials together.
Riveting machines are used across a multitude of needs. From brake linings for commercial vehicles and aircrafts’ handles and switches used in agricultural machinery; right through to hospital trolley beds and swing sets.
Depending on the service you require and the fragile nature of your components, our experts will help you decide which process is best for you.
We understand the importance of seeing your project through to completion with a team you can trust.
That’s why, as the people who have worked closest with your fabricated metal parts and products, our team of assemble engineers can build your goods safely in our own factories.
This is a service we offer to all our customers, whether it’s a one-off piece of heavy plant machinery or a large order of commercial seating frames.
This stage is also closely followed by rigorous quality and safety checks. Before packing and shipping them to your desired location.