Top Precision Welding in Chicago, IL
From prototype to full-scale production, G.E. Mathis Company offers precision welding services to meet our customers’ exact specifications.
Our Chicago, IL Precision Arc and MIG Welding Services
Our highly skilled welders that are AWS-certified to D1.1, D1.6, D9.1, and D10.9 standards.
In addition, G.E. Mathis Company has a Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) on staff.
Our expertise includes a number of welding methods:
- Dual wire submerged arc/MIG welding
- Flux core arc welding (FCAW)
- Gas metal arc welding (GMAW): MIG welding
- Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW)
- Seam welding
- Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW)
- Submerged arc welding
Welding Services in Chicago, IL
Our precision arc and MIG welding services are suitable for a vast selection of metals, including:
- Stainless steel
- Carbon steel
- Hardox® wear plate
- High-strength steel, such as Strenx® (Domex®)
We also work with a wide selection of other alloys.
Using state-of-the-art equipment, we offer precision arc and metal inert gas (MIG) welding services for a wide variety of industries, including:
- Contract manufacturing
- High-quality components
- Military construction
Our service area includes, but is not limited to, many regions around the Chicago area:
Why Choose G.E. Mathis Company
G.E. Mathis Company provides fully automated and CNC-controlled welding services for high precision and large-scale projects. We craft components to virtually any specification and deliver the tightest tolerances available in the industry, allowing us to meet even the most challenging demands. Our 135,000 square-foot manufacturing facility in Chicago, Illinois accommodates large weldments of up to 12’ wide or 50’ long.
In addition to being ISO 9001:2015-certified, G.E. Mathis Company provides many inspection and testing procedure services, including die-penetrant and non-destructive testing (NDT) as well as dimensional inspections using calibrated measuring equipment.
We offer several additional services, including:
- PPAP (Production Part Approval Process) – All Levels
- FAIR (First Article Inspection Report)
- Capability Studies (Statistical Process Control)
- CMRT (Conflict Minerals Reporting Template)
G.E. Mathis Company offers a wide selection of custom metal fabrication and secondary services in addition to welding, enabling us to complete even the most complex projects under one roof. Our selection of value-added services includes:
- Mechanical assembly
- And more
Our service capabilities provide customers with competitive prices, shorter lead times, and peace of mind that your entire project is in the best hands.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How do you choose a Chicago welding service?
In comparison to other fabrication techniques, welding is a field where quality and experience matter significantly. For the Chicago area, one thing that’s important to consider is the size of the company providing the welding service, as large projects require companies with extensive production capabilities.
If your project is unique, you should see how much experience a welding provider has in fulfilling custom work. It’s also important to research their reputations and get a better understanding of the quality they can deliver. For example, it’s important to know whether or not the company has AWS-certified welders.
What are the different welding methods and their applications?
Welding is a highly specialized field that includes nearly 30 different fabrication processes involving elements ranging from gas to electricity, laser beams, and more. Some of the most common welding methods are:
- Stick/arc welding (SMAW). This method uses an electric current to generate enough heat to melt a consumable electrode and the metal workpiece to create the weld. Arc welding is used on heavy metals, in steel erection applications, pipeline welding, repairing heavy equipment, and more.
- Metal inert gas welding (MIG). This type of welding relies on a gun that is continuously fed with a consumable electrode. An external gas is used to shield the metal from environmental factors. This method requires less heat input than other techniques and works well on alloys like stainless steel, copper, and nickel. It is used in plumbing applications as well as construction and automotive repairs.
- Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG). In this method, an autogenous weld is created without filler metal by melting two pieces together. It is used in aerospace applications, vehicle manufacturing, and more.
Chicago’s Leader in Welding Services and Custom Metal Fabrication
G.E. Mathis Company serves the Chicago area with an array of services that extend far beyond welding. We perform plasma and laser cutting, metal forming and bending, CNC punching, and more.
Whatever services your project requires, our skilled team delivers excellent craftsmanship and end products that meet all of your specifications. To learn more about our welding capabilities contact us at 773.586.3800, or request a quote when you’re ready to get started.