Innovative Manufacturing and Design specializes in evaluating metals and determining the best welding process for parts. When required, we can even send it to a local lab for polishing and evaluation of the weld joint with a high-powered microscope.
Our team of experts deliver the industry standard in:
- GTAW (TIG)
- GMAW (MIG)
- Orbital TIG
Highest Quality Welding
Innovative Manufacturing and Design dedicates to the continuous improvement of our processes, so we remain the standard in welding services. When you work with us, we guarantee state-of-the-art innovation, unsurpassed execution, and the highest level of precision in the industry!
Why Choose Innovative Manufacturing and Design for Welding?
Innovative Manufacturing and Design creates partnerships designed to increase productivity and reduce total costs for its customers. Our team of professionals deliver welding at a competitive price that impacts the bottom line. Additional advantages of partnering with us include but are not limited to:
- Open communication and collaboration with our management team and machinists
- Innovative and cost-effective solutions designed to increase productivity, save time, and money
- Dedication to giving the customer exactly what they want
- Streamlined processes designed to provide short lead times
- The highest quality welders and processes in the industry
- Local vendor support for NDT services such as FPI and X-ray
Welding is the process of joining two pieces of material together with similar melting points and composites using fusion.
Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is primarily used for large and thick materials. It uses a consumable wire that acts as both the electrode and the filler material. MIG welding is known for its versatility, strength and broad applicability making it a good choice in a large variety of applications.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is very precise and versatile method to join a wide range of materials with tight tolerances. Many industries use TIG welding specifications based on their requirements for accuracy, precision, and even aesthetics.
Orbital welding is a technique whereby the welding tool is rotated through 360° (or 180° in double up welding) around a static workpiece.