Welding &
Stainless Steel Fabrication Brisbane

Robotic welding, automated pressing machines and highly skilled fabricators enable metal production to exceptional standards.

Stainless Steel Fabrication Brisbane

 Robotic welding, automated pressing machines and highly skilled fabricators enable metal production to exceptional standards. At Langford Metal, we’re experts in stainless steel fabrication in Brisbane as well as stainless steel welding. Whether you need us to create a metal product for you or utilise our welding skills to piece two parts of metal together, we’ve got you covered. With years of experience in the fabrication and sheet metal welding industry, we’re here to satisfy all metal needs.

Stainless Steel Fabrication

With nearly 70 years in business providing custom metal fabrication to exceptional standards, Langford Metal is fully equipped to make the most challenging projects a reality.

Our combination of accurate and reliable fabricating equipment, skilled workforce, and 2D / 3D knowledge enable us to work with aluminium, stainless steel, general sheet metal, heavy steel, copper and brass to Australian Standard AS 1554 (including SP Carbon Steels (AS1554.1), SP Quench and Tempered Steels (AS1554.4) and Austenitic and Ferritic Stainless Steel (AS1554.6).

With an on-site robotic welder, a self-automated pressing machine for folding, and guillotine cutting capabilities, Langford Metal can capably handle repetitive work and high-volume component requirements to a guaranteed level of precision.

Most importantly, many of our longstanding employees are highly skilled fabricators and welders. Underpinned by the ISO 9001:2015 accreditation, it is our guarantee that your project will be delivered on-time and to exact specifications.

Stainless Steel Welding And Fabrication Brisbane

While people may combine the terms welding and fabrication, they have slight differences. At Langford Metal, we specialise in both and understand how the two processes differ.

What is stainless steel fabrication?

Fabrication is the process of creating something out of metal – it can be anything with any design. At Langford Metal, we have a guided fabrication process to create the perfect metal product, from specification and design to programming and manufacturing.

The stainless steel fabrication process:

Specification – Tell us what you want your metal product to be and how you want it to look. We’ll go through the entire process with you in the specification stage so that you know what to expect from us.

Design – Is there a specific way you want your product to look? Maybe there’s a design you want for your metal product. You can discuss these choices with us, and we’ll work with you to form a system that works.

Review – To make sure you’re happy with what we’ve accomplished so far, we’ll conduct a review process where you can go over everything and make any necessary changes.

Prototyping – Once all the planning has been taken care of, we’ll start to prototype your product so that you can see what the final product may look like. This is our trial and error stage as things can be changed and altered before we begin creating the final version.

Programming – With our advanced use of technology and laser cutting machines such as the TRUMPF 6KW and 5KW, we’ll apply the appropriate programming to attain the design and product you want.

Manufacturing – This is the final stage of the fabrication process where we perfect and create the metal structure you’re after.

What is stainless steel welding?

On the other hand, welding can be defined as a singular operation that is utilised within the fabrication process. Welding will join two pieces of stainless steel together using fusion. Most often than not, when you opt for our fabrication services, we’ll utilise welding as a way of creating your metal structure.

Although the two go hand in hand, our stainless steel welding and fabrication processes are slightly different.

Why Choose Us For Your Welding And Fabrication Needs

As leaders in the metal industry, our team at Langford Metal are known for our specialisation in sheet metal welding and stainless steel fabrication in Brisbane. With 70 years of experience in creating customised metal structures for our customers, there’s no reason why you shouldn’t choose us for your next metal related project.

• We supply to several clients around Australia
• We’re always evolving to ensure we have the edge over our competitors
• Dedicated workmanship and attitude to the metal fabrication and welding process
• Affordable prices
• Efficient customer service
• Customisable options with you taking full control of the process

Whether you need stainless steel fabrication or stainless steel welding services, we’re the right team for the job. Choose us for tailored solutions and efficient all-round service.


How do you polish stainless steel after welding?

During the process of welding, the metal often gets tinted and discoloured. To get the shiny look back to your welded metal, you must remove the layer of discolouration. There are many ways to polish stainless steel after welding, but the most common is electrochemical cleaning. It is a fast and safe method that doesn’t pose any potential risk to the welder, unlike some other techniques. The welded metal is submerged into an electrolytic cleaning fluid, and an electric circuit passed through the liquid. This clears the impurities and removes the discolouration caused by welding.

How do you weld stainless steel?

Many different processes are used for welding stainless steel, but the most common methods are TIG welding and MIG welding.

TIG welding is useful for precision welding and when you want a clean aesthetic on your welds. However, it is slow and requires an experienced welder who has excellent technique. This process also has a lower heat output, making it useful for welding thin metal.

MIG welding is a better choice for projects that do not need immaculate welds. It is suitable for jobs that require efficiency and cost-effectiveness. MIG welding also uses simple equipment that is easy to transport. It’s a good choice for maintenance and repair work.

What is fabrication and welding?

Metal fabrication is an umbrella term for any process that transforms raw metal materials into a finished product. It consists of many different techniques, including welding. Aside from welding, fabrication can also consist of bending, stamping, punching, and many more.

Welding is the process in which two pieces of metal are joined together. Welding uses a power supply to create an electric arc between the welding rod and the material itself. This current produces a large amount of heat which will melt the metals. Afterwards, a filler is added to fuse the metal to create a joined piece.

What is stainless steel welding wire made from?

When welding, it is crucial to take into consideration the type of metal you are using. This will help you make an informed decision on which type of welding wire you should use. Choosing a suitable welding wire for the job is essential to ensure a successful welding join. The use of an incompatible welding wire can result in a shoddy or incomplete weld.

Most welders will use a wire that is the same type of metal they are welding. If you are welding stainless steel, it is also recommended to use stainless steel wire.

What shielding gas is used for MIG welding stainless steel?

It’s essential to choose the correct shielding gas for your welding project to promote an effective welding job. Some common shielding gas elements for stainless steel include argon, helium, oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and hydrogen. These gases are combined in various proportions to produce a shielding gas that is optimal for different situations.

To get a recommendation for what shielding gas to use, you may want to contact a welding supplier. They can give you advice on what shielding gas to use with your exact metal base and wire.

How do you fill holes in sheet metal without welding?

Aside from welding, there are a few other methods that you can use to fill in holes in metal.

Epoxy, a chemical adhesive, is considered an alternative to welding due to its strong adhesive properties. It is most effective when used to repair a small hole. When using epoxy, it is vital to properly prepare the area before applying the epoxy and sealing the finished application.

You can also apply a patch of sheet metal on top of the hole. This is a more straightforward technique than epoxy, and all you need is a sheet of base metal and nails to attach the patch.

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Do you need your metal structure to be of the highest quality? When you work with our team at Langford Metal, we guarantee a reliable, professional metal fabrication and welding service that will turn your metal design and vision into a reality. We’re experts in all fields of the metal industry and know what it takes to provide service that is dependable and trustworthy. When you need stainless steel fabrication and sheet metal welding that works, contact us. For more information on our range of services, call us today on 07 3088 9274.

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    Email: sales@langfordmetal.com.au

    Address: 44 Curtin Avenue West, EAGLE FARM, QLD 4009.

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    Phone: 07 3088 9274

    Email: sales@langfordmetal.com.au

    Address: 44 Curtin Avenue West, EAGLE FARM, QLD 4009.