Sheet Metal Fabrication Welding

Welding Sheet Metal Parts

Custom sheet metal welding allows for parts and components to be crafted with precision and accuracy, resulting in a stronger, more durable final product. At Approved Sheet Metal, our services include all types of sheet metal welding such as MIG, TIG, spot, and resistance welding. Our team has the expertise and experience to handle any project, big or small, and ensure the highest quality end result. Custom welded sheet metal parts offer numerous benefits including increased strength and stability, consistency in design and function, cost savings through streamlining production processes, and improved precision and accuracy. Trust our sheet metal welding services for your next project.

Our welding experts have 20+ years of experience in welding prototype to low volume production quantities. In addition to welding, other sheet metal fabrication capabilities that Approved Sheet Metal has extensive experience in include:

Check out the gallery below to see what we can do for you!

Welding 8
Custom Sheet Metal Frame

Welding Finish Classes

welding finish a

Aluminum Class A - Polished & Grained

welding finish b

Aluminum Class B - Smooth Welds

Steel Class B - smooth welds

Steel Class B - Smooth Welds

Steel Class C - no grind, as welded

Steel Class C - No grind, As-Welded

Weld Joints

Stainless Steel Class A

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Stainless Steel Class B - Smooth Welds

ss welding finish c

Stainless Steel Class C - No grind, As-Welded

We do not offer Class A finish in steel as most parts will be powder coated or finished with orbital sanding.

Welding Tube Laser Cut Parts
Welding 5
Welding Sheet Metal
Welding 6
Welding 8
Misc. Metals
Welding 7
Welding 16
Formed Sheet Metal 4
Welding 15

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQS)

Does Approved Sheet Metal offer in-house welding?

Yes! We have 5 welding machines in-house and expert welders that have a true passion for welding.

What types of welding does Approved Sheet Metal offer?

We offer MIG, TIG and Spot Welding capabilities for sheet metal fabricated parts.

What considerations should I think about when designing parts?

There are ways to design parts, and specific features, that will help reduce back-and-forth and ensure that you get what you need out of your part. Take a look at our Sheet Metal Design for Manufacturing eBook to see best practices - See the eBook

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