Precision Tig Welding From

The Creative Group

Tig Welding

Precision Tig Welding

Creative specialise in precision TIG welding of nickel alloys (including Hastelloy, Inconel and Monel), stainless steel, aluminium alloys and most of the heat treatable steels. Fusion welding of thin sections from 0.1mm upwards and fusion or filler welding of thick sections enables us to process a wide range of product applications.

Torch Brazing and Soldering

Torch brazing/soldering is best used in small production volumes of specialised operations. Heat is applied using a gas flame placed on or near the joint being joined. The advantage of torch brazing is the strength and hardness of the braze and is corrosion resistant.
Torch Brazing
Resistance & Spot Welding

Resistance and Spot Welding

Resistance welding is defined as a process whereby force is applied to surfaces in contact and in which the heat for welding is produced by the passage of electric current through the electrical resistance at, and adjacent to, these surfaces.

Induction Brazing

Brazing is the process of joining two or more materials together by using a molten filler metal, drawn into the joint by capillary action. Usually, the filler metal becomes molten below the melting point of the materials being joined.

Induction brazing uses induction heating as the heat source. Induction heating provides reliable, repeatable, localised, non-contact heat in a minimal amount of time. Induction brazing produces joints that are exceptionally strong, sometimes stronger than the two metals being joined.