Founded in 2017, CTC Fabricators LLC are ISO Compliant, AWS Certified Welders in both MIG and TIG techniques, working with Aluminum, Mild Steel, and Stainless Steel.

ITAR-Registered        American Welding Society

We do work in welding, design, fabrication, machining and assembly for the Automotive, Military, Food/Beverage and Heavy Equipment industries.

We work out of a (X) Sq. Ft. facility, featuring (Y) bays, 1 overhead crane, the capability to isolate confidential projects, and our staff includes 2 AWS CWIs on-hand.

What's the difference between MIG and TIG welding?

The process of MIG (Metal Inert-Gas) Welding involves a welding gun that uses a feed wire inserted through the gun itself.

This feed wire is melted by the gun’s arc, and becomes the filler metal that creates the seam between welded materials.

This process is better served working with thicker metal sheets, and is the faster of the two processes.

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) Welding uses a welding gun without a feed wire.

Instead, the workpiece metal is worked on alone, with filler metal (like the material in the feed wire in MIG) only used when necessary to complete the job.

This process is works better on thinner metals, and is more time intensive, as it’s used for more intricate circumstances.

MIG and TIG Welding Comparison - CTC Fabricators LLC