Assembly & Welding Service

Aluminium spot welding
MIG and mAG welding
TIG welding
Robotic welding
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ChooseZ Assembly Service

The assembly discussed here refers to installing standard parts onto CNC machined parts. It is a completely customized service.
Common types of standard parts used for assembly:
Dowel Pin
Other customized services, for example, installing lenses on
medical CNC machining parts

ChooseZ offers value-added assembly, handling sub-assemblies or complete multi-part assemblies. Consolidating processes reduces lead times and error margins. Our expertise includes crafting precise fixtures for welding and assembly services, accommodating parts of any size or complexity effectively.

Basic knowledge About Assembly & Welding:

MIG Welding

MIG welding, or Metal Inert Gas welding, uses a continuous wire electrode and inert gas to create an electrical arc that melts the wire and fuses it with the base metal. This process, known for efficiency and versatility, produces high-quality welds on various metals, making it widely used in industries like manufacturing and construction.

TIG Welding

TIG welding, or Tungsten Inert Gas welding, is a precise welding method using a non-consumable tungsten electrode. Unlike MIG welding, it doesn't use consumable wire, and a separate filler material is manually fed if needed. With an inert gas shield, typically argon, TIG welding ensures clean and high-quality welds on various metals. It is widely employed in industries like aerospace for its precision and versatility.

Aluminum Welding

Aluminum welding refers to the process of joining aluminum pieces together through various welding techniques. Common methods include TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding, MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding, and stick welding. Due to aluminum's unique properties, such as high thermal conductivity and low melting point, special considerations are needed during welding. The use of appropriate welding techniques, filler materials, and shielding gases ensures a successful aluminum weld. This process is widely applied in industries like aerospace, automotive, and construction where aluminum is a prevalent material.

Robotic Welding

Robotic welding is a form of automation in welding processes where industrial robots perform welding tasks. These robots are equipped with welding arms and tools, and they can be programmed to carry out precise and repetitive welding operations. Robotic welding offers advantages such as increased speed, accuracy, and consistency in welds, as well as improved safety by reducing human exposure to hazardous welding environments. It is widely used in manufacturing industries, particularly in automotive production, shipbuilding, and other applications where high-volume and high-precision welding are required.

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