MIG AND TIG WELDING
DECADES OF EXCELLENCE IN MIG AND TIG WELDING
Decades of Excellence in MIG and TIG Welding
MPD Welding Grand Rapids Inc can assist you with engineering changes on your tool steels. We have the experience, knowledge, and expertise to repair your mold, die, or die casting die.
Using gas metal arc welding (GMAW or MIG) and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW or TIG), we can repair, build up and facilitate engineering changes on your tools.
What Is MIG Welding?
MIG (metal inert gas) welding also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW) is an arc welding process that joins two metals. MIG welders use a wire feed that constantly moves through the MIG gun to serve as a heat source and a filler metal to form the weld.
What Is TIG Welding
TIG welding is also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) is an arc welding process that creates a weld using a non-consumable tungsten electrode. This means that the TIG welder makes an arc between the base metal and forms a molten weld pool. Then a thin wire of filler metal is hand-fed into the weld pool to melt and form the weld.
What’s The Difference Between TIG & MIG welding processes?
MIG welding uses a continuous wire feed to form the weld while TIG welding uses non-consumable tungsten welding rods to create extreme heat to melt certain types of metal to create a weld.
Die Or Mold Problem?
We specialize in plastic injection mold repair. We work with you to repair your mold properly so that it can produce quality parts over the long term.
If you have die or mold wear, we can perform mold and die repair welding to fix the problem. Repair welding can provide extra wear resistance and even strengthen your mold or die .
Our TIG And MIG Welding Services Include:
Automotive tool and die repairs
Gas metal arc welding
Gas tungsten arc welding
Plastic injection molds