Fabrication





Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), also known as MIG (metal inert gas) welding or MAG (metal active gas) welding, is a process in which an electric arc forms between an electrode and a metal workpiece, heating the metals and causing them to melt, and be joined. MIG Welding can be used on a wide variety of metals and in a number of different base metal thicknesses.


We use this process, majorly, in the development of the body of our e vehicles. Fabrication is done on H. R. (Hot Roll) and C. R. (Cold Roll) M. S. metal pipes and sheets. The machines we use are of the make ESAB and Electra. This process is carried out in a well marked zone in the e-vehicle plant, under a controlled environment, wherein safety precautions are taken in utmost consideration.