Terry is back at it, making these lightweight outdoor aluminum trowels he designed a couple decades ago! Perfect for the beach, camping, hiking and all other outdoor fun. They float in water and if needed can be used as a paddle!

Here’s a little stainless steel project we got to work on today! It is 304 tubing for a customer’s plumbing, welded in four places (with an argon purge, of course! Gotta protect those shiny insides!). What fun!

This titanium bike frame modification was one of our recent projects! We added this gusset that our custom made to add strength in this high stress area! We love doing work like this!

We’re back and ready to take on all of your welding and metal fabrication needs! We hope to see you soon!

We got a surprise in the mail-a wonderful ‘thank you’ card from UCLA’s Steel Bridge Team, and some great photos of their bridge during competition last month. Jaytech’s Terry and Haley helped the team assemble and then tacked and welded the structure for competition. Since then, we have had the team here for two welding workshops to gear up for next year. Go Bruins!

We’re still here, busy as ever at Jaytech! As you can see we’ve got our benches full of lots of different projects. We’re happy to have several production jobs in house (of course walk-ins and repairs are still welcome). It’s also great that most of this work is our all-time favorite metal-ALUMINUM!

These past few months have been so busy that we’ve had no time to post on the web! Instead we’ve been hard at work building structures out of aluminum (Terry’s favorite) for a telecommunications company that we are so happy to have as a loyal customer as well as stainless steel and titanium repairs and weldments (Haley’s favorite). Of course we have had much more than that too but these are just a few pictures for a peak at what we’ve been up to!

Here we have a muffler that our customer needed modified. What’s special about it though is that it’s made out of titanium! You can see in this picture how Terry has this taped up and hooked up to the purge bottle which is expelling all the oxygen inside and filling it with argon. This is a necessary step for welding any kind of titanium tubing!