It’s been a busy few months! We finally completed this massive order of mini beam trusses for Kish Rigging! (Mini means 8 ft) This order was for 50 total and we have been working on it since December! So much work goes into this process. All hands were on deck for this project! These are made with 6061 aluminum and welded together with 5356 filler rod for high strength. Our trusses are known for their durability!

We have another robot chassis in house! This one was brought to us by the Chaminade High School robotics team. Two students stayed to help assemble while we tacked it together. These bright kids are going places!

This stainless steel pedestal was put together and welded by our steel master, Haley. With all the steel and stainless steel coming into the shop, she’s busier than ever! Nice line of beads, huh?

Occasionally we donate our time to local schools! We have worked with CSUN and Chatsworth High School, and just recently we got to work with Reseda High School and weld up this chassis for their robotics team! We love doing what we can to be a contributing part of the community!

Here at the shop we are in the middle of building a large order of trusses! This run is so large, that we have already been working on it for a month, and we aren’t done yet! So much work goes into these things. Cutting, machining and welding all go into making our quality trusses.

We had this large steel box come into the shop! This box is for an anodizing tank. The walls were massively corroded from the chemical processes of anodizing. It broke apart and came to us in four pieces! It had to be welded on both the inside and the outside. When it was time for the inner welds. our employee, Javier, had to climb inside with a ladder. He spent a good four hours in that box that day. It was worth the hard work because the customer was very pleased to get it back and get back to work at his own business!

These are after market Harley Davidson high performance heads. The compression ratio is changed by filling the openings with weld. The profiles will be re-machined by the customer. The project was done using the TIG process and 4943 filler. The new shape looks a bit like avocados, don’t you think?

We had an aluminum fixture in house again for welding. This one in particular is an electronic s vibration test fixture for vacuum chamber qualifications. In order for the weld to penetrate, we had to pre-heat the fixture. Then it was welded to customer specifications. it was done using the TIG process and 4943 filler.

Here we have a project of epic proportions!!! And by that, I mean it’s really tall. This 8-foot pole is welded to a 12″ by 12″ plate that will be bolted down in a clean room. This stainless steel pole will be used to hold electrical connections for the company’s machines.

This is an altimeter lift fixture that we made for Jet Propulsion Labs.They will be doing final machining and inserts to complete the part. It is approximately 68″ by 26″. We love doing big fabrication projects like this!