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Sheet Metal Welding

Sheet Metal Welding at P&S Machining and Fabrication

With our abilities in MIG, TIG, and spot welding, we offer a variety of solutions for your welding needs. Our extensive capabilities support our machining and fabrication services, delivering more value to our customers. Here at P&S Machining and Fabrication, our volume welding is produced in the most cost-effective methods available.

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Spot Welding and Other Sheet Metal Welding Services We Offer

Spot Welding

As a machining and fabrication business committed to delivering top-notch results, our spot welding contributes to the quality and efficiency of our services.

Spot welding is a versatile welding technique that’s applicable to a range of industries. It is commonly used in the automotive industry for joining car body panels, in electronics manufacturing for creating precise connections, and in various other applications in industries such as aerospace, appliance manufacturing, and more.

There are many advantages to spot welding, such as speed, efficiency, and precision. It is well-suited for high-volume production, creates strong welds, and minimizes heat distortion. This form of welding differs from other sheet metal welding methods in that it creates localized welds at specific points, rather than welding along the entire seam, making it suitable for joining materials with minimal heat impact.

TIG Welding

Our services for TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding provides accurate and precise results, aligning seamlessly with our commitment to delivering high-quality systems and results. 

Advantages of TIG welding include:

  • Reliable welds – With minimal splatter and a smooth finish via this methodology, TIG welding is essential in machining and fabrication where precision is paramount.
  • Control over the heat input – TIG welding has precise control over the heat input, which minimizes distortion and keeps the base metal’s properties intact.
  • Ability to weld thin materials – The ability to create strong, durable welds in thin sections makes this type of welding a preferred choice when working with intricate components in machining and fabrication.

MIG Welding

At P&S Machining and Fabrication, our MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is a cutting-edge technique that elevates our sheet metal fabrication services. Our team of experienced professionals brings expertise and attention to detail to each MIG welding project.

Here are some key reasons why you might opt for MIG welding:

  • Versatility in material compatibility – MIG welding is known for its versatility, allowing it to be used on a wide range of materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and much more.
  • Applicable in many industries – This form of welding is widely adopted in industries such as automotive, construction, manufacturing, and beyond. Its proven track record and broad application opportunities makes it a reliable choice for varied customer needs.
  • Adaptable to diverse project requirements – Metal inert gas welding is suitable for welding in various positions such as flat, horizontal, vertical, and overhead applications.

FAQs About Sheet Metal Welding

What industries commonly use sheet metal welding?

We are proud to provide expert services to the following fields:

  • Automotive industry
  • Electronics manufacturing
  • Aerospace engineering
  • Appliance manufacturing
  • Construction
  • Medical equipment manufacturing
  • And many more

How does MIG welding differ from TIG welding?

Great question! It’s important to understand which type of welding is the right choice for your project. The main difference between these two is as follows:

  • MIG welding uses a continuously fed wire electrode and is generally faster, making it suitable for thicker materials.
  • TIG welding uses a nonconsumable tungsten electrode and is preferred for precision welding in thinner sheet material.

Do you offer silver solder welding as well?

Yes! Silver solder welding is a service that we provide, entailing the combining of silver and other metals, such as copper, zinc and sometimes cadmium.

What other sheet metal fabrication services do you offer?

Along with our welding services, we also supply the following sheet metal fabrication services:

What are the benefits of choosing P&S Machining and Fabrication?

We are committed to exceeding our customers’ expectations and are proud to be one of the largest contract manufacturers serving the central North Carolina region.

Request a Quote for Sheet Metal Welding Services Today!

Our team is dedicated to producing your quality parts on time and delivering precise results. Please contact our team today or simply request a free quote for help with your sheet metal welding needs.