MIG & TIG Welding

ASA Fabs Ltd offers both manual MIG and TIG welding using the latest welding techniques to provide a high-quality finish, for use in fabrication, construction, automotive, art installations and more.

MIG welding metal parts.

Welding Capabilities

Our expert engineers are skilled in all aspects of MIG and TIG welding of mild steel, aluminium, stainless steel, brass and copper. We can weld anything from very small delicate parts to larger components, frames and furniture, at our warehouse in Stoke-on-Trent.

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How Does Welding Work?

Welding involves joining separate pieces of metal by applying high heat to melt one or both pieces before allowing them to cool and fuse together. There are a number of different welding techniques available depending on the material and requirements of the job, including MIG and TIG welding. The main difference between MIG and TIG welding is that the electrode used in TIG welding is non-consumable, whereas in MIG welding, it is continuously used up in the process.

We specialise in manual MIG and TIG welding at ASA Fabs and can help you decide which technique is the best for your project.

MIG welding in action.

MIG Welding

MIG (metal inert gas) welding is an arc welding process that joins two metal pieces together using a consumable wire electrode. MIG welding is most suited to:

  • Thicker metals
  • Longer production runs
  • Difficult welding positions
TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding uses electricity to create an arc between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the metal crossed bracket being welded.

TIG Welding

TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding uses electricity to create an arc between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the metal being welded. The arc is shielded by a flow of inert gas, typically argon, which helps fuse the weld. TIG welding is best suited to:

  • Thinner metals
  • Bench work
  • Delicate work where visuals are more important (art installation, for example)
  • Non-ferrous metals such as aluminium, copper and stainless steel

What You Can Expect from ASA Fabs

We work with a range of industries, from other manufacturing companies to local councils, on projects of all sizes. We can offer flexibility, in terms of turnaround times and project specifications, not available from larger metal fabricators.

From your initial enquiry to when your products are delivered, we are on hand to ensure we achieve the highest level of customer satisfaction and product quality. Find out more about us and our manufacturing process.

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Would you like a quote or more information? Email us today with your project details and we can discuss the best and most cost-effective way to create all the components you need.


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Each job will often involve multiple stages and processes, which is why we offer a comprehensive range of metal fabrication and finishing services, reducing the need for secondary processes, so your parts are delivered ready to use.

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