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1041 Trulls Rd.
Courtice, ON
L1E 2S9
Tel: (905) 434-2556
Fax: (905) 434-1427
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The pros of on site Welding
December 14, 2015

The world is in critical need for practical solutions in industries such as telecommunications, manufacturing, construction and engineering. The ultimate aim of the modern trends in such industries is to come up with products and services that are more convenient to clients as well as affordable and easily accessible. The platform for competing in metal fabrication has changed from delivering good products to offering products that are superior in both functionality and likeability. On site welding has helped sort out the need for products being developed on a different location, and then transported to the application site, by making it possible to have everything done outside.

Also known as mobile welding, on site welding brings the talents of welders to the client allowing them to have as many complicated processes accomplished outside the workshop as  possible. The concept is pretty simple; it’s just like having a welding workshop on wheels. It is the new trend of doing things simply because soon you will no longer find anyone willing to waste time at your workshop just to check the progress of their project. They want things to be done at their convenience rather than yours. Financially speaking, it is a far better idea than any other form of fabrication because it allows you to work move around with your workshop. A complete onsite welding container literally costs less than the average cost of setting up a mid-sized fab shop; and exposes you to a wider range of client.

The services that can be offered from an on site welding shop include welding, brake forming, plate rolling, profile rolling, etc. It is critical to have a collection of skills at hand in order to perform different processes efficiently; from basic cutting, forming and bending skills to complex rolling and joining activities. Baseline Custom Fabricating makes it easy to achieve big fabrication projects by devolving the services down to the clients.

wow, so much to take in. didnt know custom projects could b so indepth.
Posted by: Leanne H. | October 19, 2016, 4:40 pm
I've worked with Baseline before and they deliver your products with precision and quickly as well.
Posted by: Ingrid | August 24, 2016, 11:40 am
Onsite welding is the way to go with larger projects.
Posted by: Ilona | August 2, 2016, 3:01 pm
I had questions, and this has answered them.
Posted by: Wesley | June 14, 2016, 2:44 pm
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