Skillfully Welding Your Car
To repair auto body and frame damage, auto welding is used as well as plasma arc cutting. This process of fusing one material with another through the application of energy, such as heat. When a skilled technician does it correctly, it produces a strong and high quality weld.
There are several types of auto welding techniques. Below we explain a few of the methods our leading tech might use to repair your vehicle’s collision damage.
Electric Arc Welding – Spot Welding
The technique in which a hot arc is formed between the base metal and the filler wire is called arc welding or spot welding. The arc melts the base metal and the filler wire, creating the weld.
The process in which a brass filler rod is used to join metal together is called Brazing.
Solder is used primarily as a filler. Soldering is a slow, difficult process, which requires a great deal of skill.
“Top tier quality expertise when it comes to carbon component repair. Jaider went all out on a special piece of equipment I own and cherish by repairing the damage and making it look better than when I first saw it new from the factory. Sanded and polished to perfection. Anything you can think of when it comes to body & paint surface repair, these guys can handle it. Will definitely return for future repair needs.”
–Michael W., 2020
Does your car need any expert welding work done in the Van Nuys or Los Angeles area?
Come by our shop, drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org, text 818.793.7728, or give us a call 818.785.2639 for more information on auto welding to schedule an appointment for a free estimate. We serve clients from Van Nuys, the San Fernando Valley, and the Los Angeles area.
Ourestimates are always free and you are welcome to come by our shop anytime or make an appointment. We know that many clients like the convenience of sending pictures of their car and request an estimate; but, in reality an estimate by this means is not really reliable. Why? Because the estimate will either be too high or too low. In order to assess the damage and give an estimate, a car needs to be seen by a professional and in person. This insures that the estimate is as accurate as possible, not too high or too low. For more information click here.
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