What is welding used for?
Welding is a common process used in automotive repair. It is a fabrication process in which two or more parts are fused together via heat, pressure, or both. Once everything settles and cools, it is fully joined together. The parts that are welded together are called the parent materials. During the welding process, the material used to help join the parent materials together is called filler or consumable. They can be made of metal, plastics, and sometimes wood.
This form of bodywork is popular to quickly and effectively repair any damages to your vehicle. Whether parts of your vehicle is rusted, cracked, or bent, welding is an easy way to repair any damages. The high heat and pressure from welding make it easy for our Expert technicians to precisely target the damaged area. Our technicians are well trained and have many years of experience with welding, ensuring that your vehicle will be properly serviced.
There are three types of welding used by our Quality technicians. They include:
- Arc welding: Arc welding is a process where an electrical arc is used to melt the metal and fuse them together. Once it cools down, it is fully fused together. This process is also good for metal that is rusty too.
- MIG welding: MIG (metal inert gas) welding adds a metal filler that flows onto the melted work material. MIG welding is the most common type of welding that is practiced. This type of welding uses a filler material and a gas shield. The filler is released at the tip of the “gun” where our technicians carefully control the placement of the filler.
- TIG welding: TIG (tungsten inert gas) uses a tungsten rod at the end of a torch and also a gas shield. The tungsten is used for creating the electrode for the welding arc. It then uses a filler material and heats it up to weld pieces together.
Your Reliable Shop for Welding
There may be a time where you need a welding repair job on your vehicle. Getting the best service for welding is important to ensure that your vehicle will be cared for and fixed back to its optimal level. We at Roger Putnam Auto Body Collision Center and our Expert technicians are well-versed in all things welding and auto repair. All of our equipment is up to date and regularly maintained to perform well on your vehicle. We work hard to bring back your vehicle to you and on the roads again because we understand how important your vehicle is to your day-to-day life.
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To schedule an appointment with Roger Putnam Auto Body Collision Center in Springfield, give us a call at 413-787-7424 or schedule an appointment online at https://rogerputnamcollisioncenter.com/. Roger Putnam Auto Body Collision Center - Ready to serve the needs of our drivers and vehicle owners with quality, honesty, and integrity.