Fabrication Welding Services

Ensuring lasting, reliable welds with TIG and MIG welding.

TIG and MIG welding capabilities

Performed by our expert weld team

For durable and strong welds

Fabrication Welding Services

As part of our complete fabrication welding services, Link Business offers both TIG and MIG welding to provide our customers with a suitable weld for their product.

Welding offers a high strength and durable joint, appropriate for a range of applications, including products for the agricultural, automotive, construction industry and more.

We're based in the West Midlands, but our Fabrication Welding services serve customers across the UK.

Link Business can fabricate a range of metals, such as various types of steel, aluminium, and copper, with our team on hand to determine the right welding fabrication procedure for your material during the consultation process.

Fabrication Welding Services:

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    Whether your requirements are standard or bespoke, our professional fabrication welding services result in a quality, professional finish; taking your product through all stages of manufacture - from design feasibility to delivery.

    Welded and Fabricated Parts

    Our TIG Welding Services

    Tungsten inert gas welding, more commonly known as TIG welding, is a high precision and highly aesthetic weld method.

    Our TIG welding services are most suitable for thinner, non-ferrous materials, including stainless steel, as well as other metals such as copper and aluminium.

    Our MIG Welding Services

    Our MIG welding services are typically used on long run welds, and is more suitable for thicker materials, such as carbon steel, in comparison to TIG.

    Our fabrication welding services are able to produce MIG to 350 amps.

    MIG Welding vs TIG Fabrication: What’s The Difference?

    The primary difference between MIG and TIG is the electrode used. MIG uses a continuously-fed consumable wire electrode to form the weld, whereas TIG uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode.

    Link Business’ experienced welder team advise on the most appropriate weld method considering your product application to ensure optimal performance.

    Fabrication Welder Services - FAQs

    Welding is a fabrication process that involves joining two or more parts together by using heat, pressure, or both, resulting in a solid and permanent bond as the parts cool down. This process is crucial in various industries, including construction, manufacturing, and automotive, as it allows for the creation of strong and durable structures and products. By melting the base materials and adding a filler material, welding enables the formation of a secure connection, ensuring the integrity and strength of the joined parts.