With multiple manual welding stations and automated welding lines for high-volume applications, IMH Products has the capabilities and capacity to handle all types of production welding requests.
Need a metal fabrication partner that can weld to your specifications and quickly deliver results? Start a conversation with IMH today.
Different projects require different approaches to welding. That’s why IMH continuously invests in cutting edge welding technology and commits to mastering the most effective production welding methods.
Perhaps the most common industrial welding process, MIG welding, also called gas metal arc welding (GMAW), is known for its speed and adaptability across projects. An arc welding process, MIG welding relies on a welding gun that feeds a continuous solid wire electrode, as well as a shielding gas, into the weld pool to join metal parts.
Resistance welding, or spot and seam welding, relies on pressure and localized heat—produced by electric currents—to fuse metal parts. This technique is incredibly cost-effective, as it does not require additional materials to complete the weld.
TIG welding, also known as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), is an arc welding process that relies on non-consumable tungsten electrodes to produce welds. Commonly used to weld thin sections of stainless steel, as well as aluminum, magnesium, and copper alloys, TIG welding grants the operator more control over the welding process, creating stronger, higher-quality welds.
A dual commitment to increasing efficiency and pursuing growth drives IMH’s partnerships. We align our production of steel and aluminum parts and assemblies with each customer’s planned consumption, eliminating excess inventory and hidden expenses. By investing in the most advanced machining technology and empowering employees to develop creative solutions, IMH is able to handle any level of demand.
Looking for a metal fabrication partner that consistently delivers high-quality parts? Start a conversation with IMH today.