Certified Welding

Welders at The Laser Shop are certified by the American Welding Society. We are vastly experienced in custom metal fabrication, production welding, multipass welding, ornamental welding, and spot welding products both large and small, regardless of complexity. All types of weld joints in all positions on mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum are common practice at The Laser Shop. Ask our Estimator about our ability to produce your product.

Welding Certifications and Standard Practices
D1.1, D1.2, D1.3, D9.1, and B2.1
Welding Procedure Specifications
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
Flux Cored Arc Welding (FCAW)
Stick Welding
Dye-penetrate Leak Testing
Welding Fixtures

Welding Machine Inventory
Miller® Millermatic® 350P (3 machines)
Miller® Dynasty® 350 (2 machines)
Miller® Spectrum® Series (DC Plasma Cutting System)
Miller® D-54D (Digital Wire Feeder affixed topside of Deltaweld™ 451)
Miller® Deltaweld™ 451
Miller® CP-250TS (Constant Potential DC Welder)
Miller® Syncrowave® 250 DX
Miller® Millermatic® 140 Auto-Set™
Miller® Resistance Spot Welder MPS-10
ACME Spot Welder PT1P-18-75

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)
GTAW, otherwise known as TIG welding, is an art in itself and an excellent alternative method for welding aluminum and stainless steel, particularly on appearance-sensitive product.
Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)
GMAW (MIG) is probably the most common type of manual welding. This particular project requires a certified welder to produce over 160 welds.
Portable Spot Welding
Spot Welding is a simple, yet effective, process used for joining thin metals.
ACME Spot Welding
This spot welder is much more powerful than our portable spot welder. In this photograph, the welder is spot welding weld nuts to steel brackets.
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