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About Sheet Metal Welding
It’s a sheet metal fabrication process that combines two pieces of metal with similar melting points and compositions using fusion. It is widely used in the military, energy, machinery, chemical, automotive, etc.
Advantages of Sheet Metal Welding
As modern technology develops, we mostly have to design a component with two or more sheet metal gauges. We can finish a demanding sheet metal prototype through the propoer sheet metal welding process.
MIG (metal inert gas) weld is best for projects where cosmetics and weld appearance are of minimal importance due to the spatter created during welding. It is excellent for both beginners and large-scale production.
It is short for tungsten inert gas. Filler material is often used for build-up and reinforcement of the weld. Like MIG welding, a gas shield protects the puddle from contaminants.
The laser is autogenous (no filler wire is added), so there is a minimal buildup of weld material. This also allows for much smaller parts to be welded versus the other processes.
Moxperts offer a wide variety of certified metal and plastic materials for rapid protopypes made of sheet metals.
Typically used on stainless and carbon steel and is often used as a preliminary step before painting to remove impurities and improve adhesion.