Metal welding

Minifaber performs MIG welding, TIG welding and resistance welding, projection welding, robotic MIG and TIG welding and laser welding.

The know-how acquired over the years and continuously updated and multifunctional machinery allow Minifaber to weld metals according to the customer's specifications.

In particular, Minifaber performs MIG welding, TIG welding, resistance welding, projection welding, robotic MIG and TIG welding and laser welding on various metallic and aluminium alloy surfaces as well as on stainless steel and iron.

MIG welding

MIG welding, also called MAG welding, is a continuous wire welding process where a shield gas ensures firing bath protection. MIG or MAG welding are used where high productivity and high flexibility of use are required.

TIG welding

TIG welding is one of the most popular welding methods since it provides high quality components. Especially indicated to weld thin parts, it can be used for both continuous and spot welding.

Resistance welding

Resistance welding is a metal fusion welding technique where the material is heated by an electrical resistance. Generally used to weld iron and steel, resistance welding guarantees high quality standards on welded components while ensuring time and cost savings.

Projection welding

Projection welding requires studs to be placed on the metals to be welded. During the metal welding process, the welding current is focused on the stud that heats to obtain complex welds, with final results that ensure excellent quality at low costs.

Robotic TIG MIG MAG welding

Robotic welding is performed by programmable industrial robots. Mainly used in situations that requires repeated welding, it guarantees repeated precision that is hard to achieve with manual welding.

Laser welding

Laser welding allows metals and metallic alloys to be welded, creating a thin and deep weld, with reduced heat deformations thanks to the reduced heat, even on materials that could not otherwise be welded.

Are you interested in metal welding? Read our posts to learn more.

MIG Metal welding: 5 tips to make a perfect job- posted on Tuesday, 07 January 2014

7 strange stuff created by metal welding- posted on Tuesday, 21 January 2014

How to select the correct metal welding process, MIG or TIG?- posted on Tuesday, 04 February 2014


Minifaber welds metal for the following industries:

  • Electromechanics
  • Vending
  • Kitchen robots
  • Medical
  • Gas distribution
  • Professional lighting
  • Home appliances
Minifaber, 50 years of cold forming process know-how on small and large quantities of metal. Contact use for an estimate and feasibility study.
  • Metal welding machinery

    Laser welding robot
    Quantity: 1

    Technical characteristics

    Laser power 2 KW


    MIG welding humanoid robot
    Quantity: 1


    MIG/TIG welding humanoid robot
    Quantity: 1


    MIG/TIG welders
    Quantity: 12


    TIG welders
    Quantity: 8


    Resistance, fixed or suspended welders
    Quantity: 4


    Fixed or suspended projection welders
    Quantity: 4


    Condensation discharge welders
    Quantity: 5

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