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AT&F Large Metal Fabrication

and the ability to do more with big metal with large capacity equipment that pushes the limits of size, scope and precision.

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AT&F Advanced Metals

designs, fabricates and inspects process equipment for corrosive environments
using specialty metals.

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AT&F Structures

dedicated to the fabrication and assembly of lattice style structures for the construction and energy markets.

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AT&F Wisconsin

features a fully equipped machine shop, providing ready for assembly fabricated components.

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AT&F Fabricating Around the World

with strategic locations throughout the United States, Europe and India
to serve our international client base.

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AT&F Fabricator

Posted: October 3, 2017, 1:40 pm

In the 1830’s, cranes were able to lift their own weight.  Today, cranes can lift 10 times their own weight.  How?  Innovation.  Not only through better design, but advancement in high strength steel and fabrication processes.

Posted: September 19, 2017, 2:40 pm

Welding is a method of bonding two pieces of metal together.  In many cases, this bond can be stronger than the base material.  The process of fusing two pieces of metal together requires the base metal to melt and flow together.  Old methods would use a blowtorch to heat metal until the base pieces reached melting temperature.  New methods use electric arcs to generate the required heat.  An electrode—consumable and charged positively or negatively depending on the character of the weld—is passed to a workpiece.  There are many methods to achieve metal fusion via welding; choosing the right method is crucial.

Posted: September 12, 2017, 3:03 pm

Method Matters

Posted: September 7, 2017, 2:14 pm
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