Welding and Fabrication Services

The Shop

The shop offers welding and design services to help people bring ideas and drawing into the physical world. With the help of computer aided design using programs like Solid Works, and Fusion 360, Our team can use creativity and certified knowledge to transform your ideas into reality.

Plasma Table

We offer cutting services through our 5' X 10' plasma CNC we have in our shop, this machine allows us to have efficient prototyping and instant results.

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)

Generally referred to as stick welding, SMAW can offer deep, penetrative welds required in heavy structural scenarios. Stick welding makes this possible without the need for shielding gas or a special enclosed environment.

Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW)

Commonly referred to as Mig welding, this process is the most common process used in the general scope of welding. A filler metal is automatically fed into the weld while a gas is pumped over the weld to shield the hot weld from the natural environment.

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW)

Tig welding offers the largest variety of possibilities when joining metal, aluminum, stainless steel, and chromoly to mention a few. Tig welding allows you to weld with or without a metal filler filler, a shielding gas is used to protect the hot weld from the natural environment to encourage a clean successful weld.

Oxyacetylene Cutting (OFC-A)

A process of cutting metal of a wide range of thicknesses in a portable package. This process also allows for a variety of repair work to take place.

Repair Work Services

Mobile Repair Trucks

Callus Fabrication operates with several mobile welding trucks that have a welder, Crane, and a torch to tackle a diverse range of repairs that we encounter in our day to day operations.

Line Boring

We offer Portable machining utilizing cutting edge industry technology. Currently our Line boring and line welding machine is capable of repairing 1.5” to 12” diameter bores. Callus brings precision machining practices directly to the jobsite so problems can be addressed quickly without losing a machine for days at a time. Precision repair offers the benefit of lasting quality repair that was previously only obtainable in a controlled machine shop environment that traditionally took several days to perform.