What can Hitchcock Inc do for you in terms of Custom Welding and Fabrication? While we have a page dedicated to our custom welding and fabrication offering, we felt it was time to discuss what custom welding and fabrication entails.
What are the benefits of Custom Welding and Fabrication?
The benefits of custom welding and fabrication are plentiful. But, let’s section out the big advantages.
Custom Welding allows flexibility with your equipment
If you need custom welding, you might not know exactly what it can do for you. You may have already gone to another welder and been overwhelmed with the listing of the welding techniques they use. But, what works the best for you?
What can custom fabrication do for me?
Custom Fabrication cuts and designs metal pieces for everything from construction to manufacturing. Metal punching and shearing tends to fall under fabrication. All of the fabrication processes depend on a certain method being deployed and the type of equipment needed.
The typical fabrication functions center around cutting metal into desired shape and sizes. Fabrication can also deal with manipulating metal into what you need. But, it can also center around joining a bigger assembly together.
How long does Custom Welding and Fabrication take?
Custom Welding and Fabrication varies depending on the scale of the job. To get a better sense of the time your job would need, we would recommend contacting Hitchcock today!
What is the difference between welding and fabrication?
Welding is when you use tools to join metals together. These craftsmen also apply heat to their work, as opposed to the other methods used in fabrication. That’s right, welding is just one part of the overall fabrication process.
Fabrication is when you apply heat to do things like dry bending and cold rolling. You could say fabrication is more of the overall process of making a better final product.
What is used for custom welding?
The materials for custom welding are pretty standard. A welder will typical use carbon and stainless steel. Often they will also incorporate a low-carbon milder steel into the mix. That’s because the more carbon steel has, the more work it takes to weld it.
What other questions might I have about welding?
We hope to have answered most of your questions, but we’re sure you will have more. Feel free to contact Hitchcock today!