When thick objects need to be fused together, MIG welding is one of the top choices among experienced welding professionals.
The average person doesn’t know a lot about different welding processes and why they are used. In the welding world, you’ll see a lot of acronyms thrown around that refer to the process of welding metal components together. For example, MIG welding, also called metal inert gas welding, is a type of arc welding that uses a continuously fed wire as filler material. When thick objects need to be fused together, MIG welding is one of the top choices among experienced welding professionals. The metal doesn’t have to be heated completely through in order to form a bond. Another acronym you might see is TIG welding, which stands for tungsten inert gas welding. Both processes rely on inert gas, although they are used in different settings to produce different results.
At Master Metal Fabrication, we understand that the complexities of welding probably aren’t of too much interest to you, but they are certainly of interest to us. We have MIG welders who can handle this process when it’s the right option for your job. We don’t expect you to know what type of welding process should be used, which is why we focus on this instead. When you contact us for a quote, we’ll come to your property to learn more about what you want added to your commercial facility or outdoor space. From there, our MIG welders and other welding professionals will decide on the process that will deliver excellent results. If you’d like a quote or more information about our welding services, available to those in Mooresville, North Carolina, give us a call.