We are a custom AWS certified welding and fabrication shop. Family owned; and
vision-driven in providing welding & fabrication services to businesses of all sizes.
How will our certification effect your bottomline ?
To put it in the simplest of terms – it means we won’t waste your time, money or material. You will get a quality joined or fabricated product every time.
Why? Because at MCW we believe in completing every project with the utmost professionalism and attention to detail to also include ensuring that our work meets the
current globally recognized industry standards.
Listed below you will find the a brief descriptions of the services in which we provide:
May be used to amulgumate nearly all metals, forming the strongest weld joints, usually defect-free. Produces a spatter-free product; unlike that which generally comes with most arc welded finishes. Filler metals are optional based upon project specifications. Allows extreme control of weld penetration root pass. May be used to provide a more cost-effective fusion weld with proper penetration. Offers a seperate control for the filler material additions and heat input.
It is a minimal cost; highly productive welding process. It can be used to weld a wide variety of commercial metals and alloys.
Welding may be executed in all positions with the correct selection of both; devices and parameters.
The use of a constantly-fed electrode continues a high operator obligation cycle and minimizes the prevalence of defects on starts and forestalls. In certain applications deep weld penetration may be achieved which will produce equivalent weld strengths due to the use of small weld sizes. A small amount of clean-up will be needed because of the abesence of a protecting slag on the weld bead. Metal depositiion rates as well as welding speeds are higher in MIG welding than that of Stick welding.
This is best for multiple pass welding, so long as the correct filler metal selection is made. Also a wide variety of diameters and metal filler compositions are accessible for welding either thick or thin material. This particular application is best for mechanized welding. This particular application is best for mechanized welding. Compared to SMAW and FCAW this process affords improved electrode deposition efficiency. And finally this process also produces quality X-ray welds.
Stick Welding is a very versatile process. Granular flux and auxiliary gas shielding are not required. This process is very wind-resistant unlike other various welding processes. Ideal where joint points access is limited. Usually best suited for the most widely used metals and alloys.
The process of joining two or more tightly fitted metals together by the means of melting and flowing a filler metal into the joint. The filler metal having a lower melting point than the adjoining metals allows for a very tight fit. Brazing differs from welding in so much that it does not involve melting the material pieces. This is a result of what is known as capillary action. The greatest benefit of brazing is the capability to join either the same or different metals together while still preserving the strength of all joined parts.
Using electrically conductive fuel; plasma cutters change the electricity from a power source into any conductive material, resulting in a faster, much cleaner cutting process than that accomplished with oxyfuel.
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