Here we have some medium size structures. These frames are about 2 1/2 ft tall by 2 ft wide and 1 1/2 inches thick. We laid down some huge weaves to hold these beasts together. Made from 6061 aluminum, as usual!

We just completed an order of our popular aluminum cornerblocks. The only reason we don’t get more orders of these than we do is because they are unbreakable! Once you have them, you have them forever. We perfected this design many years ago, and have been doing them the same ever since!

This is approximately 240 lbs. of solid ,magnesium, which just so happens to be one of the exotic metals that we can work with. With magnesium being even lighter than aluminum, at 240 lbs. you know this weldment had to be huge! It consisted of two 3″ x 3.5″ bars attached to a 1.5″ thick plate, all 40″ long. The welds wrapped all the way around the bars. in all it was about 175 inches of weave welds! Not bad, huh?

We always love walk-in repairs! Today we got to do some corrosion repair on an aluminum casting! This is an automotive timing chain cover, and now it’s as good as new!

We love when structures like these come in because we get to show off our aluminum TIG welding skills! Whether our customer is asking for a weave or a nice stack of dimes, they always leave happy!

These barn doors are one of our recent projects! They are made out of 6061 aluminum. Each of these two matching doors had over 20 pieces. These massive doors took at least four people to move, and took up a big part of the back of our shop!

Today we worked on a large crack repair on a titanium bike frame. As with all titanium repairs, the frame had to be purged with argon to prevent contamination. Haley was the one in the driver’s seat for this one, and she’s getting pretty good at these titanium repairs!

A few weeks ago, we held one of our student workshops. In attendance we had kids from CSUN and UCLA, as well as teachers from Chaminade and even family members and just members of the community that were interested in expanding their skills. We always have a great time teaching, and watching how fast some of our students learn. Just a couple weeks later, we even had one of the people in attendance come back to the shop and weld his own part by himself! On the right you see two students practicing , and on the left is one of their “sculptures” of the pieces they practiced on!

We recently repaired a large crack on this exhaust system. We had to purge it with argon to ensure a proper weld. This particular muffler is made out of titanium, one of the exotic metals we work with here at Jaytech!

Here we have some pictures of the frame for UCLA’s entry to the Baja SAE competition! This buggy frame was designed by engineering students at UCLA and all connections were laser cut and bent to dimension by computer. All the pieces fit like a glove, much to the delight of the team, and our workers who welded it! Javier worked with the students, assembling and tacking it together, and Terry did a good amount of the final welds. This chassis is made out of 4130 thin wall tube, and welded with ER80-S2 filler rod, which is a good strength match. Because the tubing is so thin, post weld stress relief or hardening in not needed or specified by the UCLA team. We are excited to have our logo on their buggy, and we wish them the best of luck in the upcoming race!