Our team includes 25 welding stations using over 35,000 square feet of manual welding area. We also have eight robotic welding cells.

Material Dimensions

  • Thicknesses up to 1-inch
  • 120" × 60" weldment size

Welding the Schuette Way

All new hires must complete Schuette's Welding Academy, which is taught by our full-time, certified welding inspector. In order to maintain our high-quality welding, we ensure that new hires receive the proper instruction. This training prevents new hires from starting a production line from scratch, as it ensures that their welding conforms to our high-quality standards.

Schuette Metals Welding Academy

Welding Methods Overview

The following doesn't reflect the services or capabilities of Schuette Metals, it simply describes a few ways to weld metal.

Welding is a process that joins materials using heat and pressure. It’s used in construction, manufacturing, and more. Welding is essential for many jobs, including welding cars, building bridges, and repairing pipelines, and performed by hand or by machine.

The most common types of welding are arc welding and MIG welding. A skilled welder can join two pieces of metal by heating them with an electric arc and pressing them together. MIG welding uses a small, powerful electric current to weld two pieces of metal together.

An expert welder can join several pieces at once, increasing the strength of the final product by several times over what’s possible with just one piece of metal. Good welding capabilities include MIG, TIG, FCAW, and more. 

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