Welding & Fabrication Services – Southhaven, MS
Welding & Fabrication Services we offer in Southhaven, MS.
Some of the types of welding services in Southhaven, MS we offer include MIG Welding, Stick Welding, TIG Welding and Orbital Welding. We specialize in a wide variety of welding specialties to help bring our clients’ projects to life. We also offer fabrication services to cover many different stages of production. Some of these categories may include Fabrication, Casting, Cutting and Machining. Our expert welding and fabrication service can help transform any raw material into the unique specialty part needed for an application for nearly any industry. Contact us today to learn how we can help your business.
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Custom Welding & Fabrication Services in Southhaven, MS
At Ferguson Engineering Co., we consider the design, materials, budget, and the intended applications to find the right processes for your project. These processes may include any one of several varieties of welding and fabrication services depending on your project’s unique considerations.
What’s the difference between welding and fabrication?
Welding is used in almost every industry to create parts, structural components, and equipment. Aerospace, construction, and automotive industries frequently turn to our welding team to construct everything from large pieces to unique assemblies.
Fabrication is the broad term for the industrial processes that take raw or partially finished materials and turn them into finished parts. Metal fabrication, specifically, refers to manufacturing processes that shape sheet metal and other forms of metal into usable products.
Welding is a commonly used technique in metal fabrication to create products such as pipe fittings, automotive parts, tools, and more. Professionals use welding throughout commercial fabrication, industrial fabrication, and structural fabrication processes. Some of the types of metal fabrication may offer include:
Metal fabricators create plans to fulfill specifications, run virtual tests, and plan stages and processes of production.
Manufacturers shape raw or sheet metal to bring the design to life. This stage can incorporate several manufacturing, machining, and joining processes.
The metal part might be deburred, hardened, painted, treated, or assembled to make it ready for packaging or shipping.