Contract & Production Welding Services

Our comprehensive contract and production welding services feature MIG, TIG, and Arc welding to meet the needs of a wide array of welding applications. We work with steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and cast iron. Semi-automated and free hand welding on .012" to 1" thick and above, material allows us to weld angles, channels, rails, beams, weldments, and flats. TIG welding capabilities feature 350 A, #200 positioner, balance control, AC waveforms and frequency, and pulse capability. Our MIG welding features 350 A @ 34 VDC and a 60% duty cycle. With a 20,000 lb lifting capacity, our facility can handle large and heavy components such as heavy machinery, mezzanines, handrails, gates, weldments, beams, and tanks.

Miracle Welding offers unparalleled skill and expertise in welding solutions over a range of industries. With over 40 years of experience, we are able to deliver the best in quality and customer service.

To learn more about our contract and production welding services, please refer to the table below or contact us today.

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Contract & Production Welding Service Capabilities

General Capabilities
Contract
Production
Welding Process
MIG
TIG
Arc
Tig Welding
350 A
#200 Positioner - #200 Positions
Balance Control
AC Waveforms
AC Frequency
Pulse Capability
AC or DC
Mig Welding
Up to 650 - A @ 34 VDC
Up to 100 - Duty Cycle
Material
Steel
Stainless Steel
Aluminum
Iron
Shapes
Angles
Channels
Tube - Round, Square, Rectangle
Beams
Pipes
Flats
Welding Operation
Semi-Automated
Free Hand
Thickness Range
.012 to 3 in
Maximum Lifting Capacity
20,000 lb
Additional Services
Cutting
Sawing - 18" x 21"
Heavy Equipment Repair
Delivery
Assemblies
Painting
Engineering
Shearing
Production Volume
Medium to Large Repeating Business

Additional Information

Industry Focus
Commercial
Industrial
Building
Construction
Machine Builders
O.E.M.
Intended Application
Heavy Machinery
Mezzanine
Handrails
Gates
Weldments
Beams
Tanks
Industry Standards
AISC (American Institute of Steel Construction)
ANSI (American National Standards Institute)
ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)
AWS (American Welding Society)
DOT (Department of Transportation)
Mil-Spec (Military Specifications)
File Formats
Bend-Tech SE
Structural Material Manager
Drafix (SolidEdge)
TEKLA
BIMsight
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