Precision Welding at Joining Technologies, Inc. in East Granby, Connecticut

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Image Of Tool For Micro Welding Connecticut - Joining Technologies, Inc.Precision welding is more than a core competence; it is our passion. We simply love what we do. Our clients trust us with all methods of precision welding. Connecticut based Joining Technologies, Inc. has committed teams of engineers and weld technicians that thrive on the challenges brought to them by the wide variety of industries served.

Each member of our uniquely qualified staff is hand-picked, guiding the customer with the newest and most cost effective welding processes available. With our proprietary in-house training program, our welding specialists provide the highest attention to detail and unsurpassed quality. Focused on non-contact processes that include laser welding, electron beam welding, and transferred arc welding, we will match your joining challenge with the appropriate process.

Our highly evolved infrastructure is ideally suited to support your project from prototype through full production.



Transferred Arc Welding

A proven, low cost option for joining small parts.

Image Of Lab Welding Transferred Arc  - Joining Technologies, Inc.Transferred arc welding remains an important tool in solving modern joining challenges. The engineering staff at Joining Technologies stays current with the latest transferred arc technology and equipment available. Fast, reliable, safe and clean, transferred arc welding produces minimal fumes and has a relatively low cost per joint, due to its lack of consumables and minimal electricity requirements.

In a world where high energy beam sources are evolving at an accelerated pace, it’s often easy to overlook the more traditional, cost effective solutions, such as transferred arc, which includes gas tungsten arc and plasma arc welding. Joining Technologies has not forgotten these highly reliable approaches to micro welding. Connecticut industries, and those around the country, can trust that these techniques are still well suited for many critical joining applications.