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From Idea To Delivery—Your Parts Manufacturing Partner

Not many companies specialize in welding and custom parts manufacturing for projects, and cover that entire project from start to finish. But we do.

If you have an idea that you’d like to see come to life, then Arc and Gauge’s unique service will take on every part of the manufacturing process to streamline the process for you. You won’t have to worry about working with multiple vendors to get your idea to completion, or struggle to get your vendors to communicate as they take on different aspects of the job. Here’s an overview of each step of the manufacturing process we can do in-house:

1. Welding

  • Mig welding
  • Tig welding
  • Robotic welding
  • Welding ferrous and non-ferrous metals
  • Heat tint removal on stainless steel parts

2. Machining

  • CNC mills up to 4th axis capabilities, which lets us cut a wide range of shapes
  • CNC turning centers that use computer-aided manufacturing to create intricate parts
  • Manual mills and lathes
  • Thread rolling

3. Fabrication 

  • Design and engineer parts from scratch with our CAD system 
  • Prototypes and sample parts for your approval 
  • Stamping parts

Arc and Gauge aims to provide you with the unique services you need. Although we don’t do processes like powder coating, plating, laser cutting or heat-treating in-house, we do have relationships with a variety of local vendors in our area that we outsource these functions to, in order to give you a full-service experience that delivers from start to finish.

Work with our all-in-one team of custom parts manufacturing on your next project. Get a custom quote today.

Why Do I Need Robotic Welding?

Robotic welding takes the skill of precision welding and uses a programmed robot instead of a person to hold and move the welding gun. There are many benefits to choosing a welder who has robotic capabilities for your high-volume jobs. Here’s why robotic welding might be the best choice for you:

Precision and Accuracy

Robotic welding relies on computer programming to complete the exact, precise weld that is required. Once programmed, the robot can perform that same weld repeatedly, maintaining that same degree of accuracy programmed for the first part. That type of consistency from part to part is extremely difficult to achieve by a welder and requires extensive training and experience to do with any degree of precision and efficiency. Additionally, distortion in the final product is reduced or eliminated entirely due to the precision gained through robotic welding.


When your customer wants an order from you, you can’t afford delays. Robotic welding is especially efficient. Its programming speeds up output, and its accuracy reduces the need for repeated tasks. Systems can be run around the clock, speeding up the manufacturing process even more. With a partner that specializes in robotic welding, you can get orders to your customers much faster, increasing your reputation and your bottom line.

Processing High-Volume Orders

The combination of accuracy and efficiency results in the ability to process high-volume orders in at least a third of the time required when using a manual welder, since robotic welding systems can run around the clock. When you need to process a large amount of parts with a certain degree of precision and accuracy, robotic welding is the best option.

Arc and Gauge specializes in providing metal processing services like robotic welding, tig welding, and mig welding as part of your manufacturing process. We also have the capability to manufacture complete parts from start to finish, including engineering and design, fabrication, and CNC machining. Learn more about how Arc and Gauge can help you with your welding project!

Get a Custom Parts Quote

Tell us about your metal parts needs. We’ll help you find the best way to get it done. To contact us by phone call (330) 359-0865.
Tell us about your metal parts needs. We’ll help you find the best way to get it done. To contact us by phone call (330) 359-0865.
i.e. steel, stainless steel, aluminum, etc.
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Get a Quote

Tell us about your custom parts needs. We’ll help you find the best way to get it done. To contact us by phone call (330) 359-0865.
Click or drag a file to this area to upload.