Military welding, such as MIL-STD-2219 and AWS D17.1, are governed by some of the most robust and rigorous requirements. These are typically 5 times tighter than non-military welds. An experienced military welder may take up to one year to be certified to the military requirements. Ben Machine’s welders are certified and ready to utilize their MIG and TIG welding skills to join metal parts into a welding assembly. They are experienced in fusing parts made from ferrous, non-ferrous, and other materials. In all cases, our welders are certified for multiple gauge thicknesses.
Our welding and assembly teams, internal customers to CNC machining and precision sheet metal fabrication, turn manufactured components into complicated assemblies, all while meeting the requirements of AS9100.
Ben Machine and its expert welders are certified to the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) W47.1 and W47.2 welding specifications.
If your parts require welds per American Welding Society (AWS) D1.1 or D1.2, or International Standard Organization (ISO) 3834, our CSA W47.1 and W47.2 certifications comply with these, in addition to requirements beyond those expected by AWS or ISO standards.
Most notably, Ben Machine and our experienced welders must be validated by the third-party Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) to be certified. As such, we are prepared to meet weld specifications for industries requiring the most rigorous and robust weld capability.
Ben Machine’s mechanical assembly services team is as skilled as our welders. We take on assembly challenges that most other companies will not, like sophisticated optical assemblies. These require careful handling, critical sequencing of operations, and precision alignment of lenses for successful operation. Our large facility can handle jobs in the thousands of components, systematically assembling them into a finished product ready for our customer’s assembly or shipping departments. With the expansive offering Ben Machine has for producing parts, our assembly team is very adaptable.
From assembling parts coming off our CNC turning and milling centers, or manipulating engineered sheet metal parts, the diversity of operations and creativity of our team are demonstrations of our versatility. Whether riveting, installing, bonding or potting, our team can handle any type of fastening methodology you throw at them.
Our assembly team is well versed in the use of various adhesives to bond parts together. These chemical assemblies require an understanding of optimizing the surface preparation and controlled assembly processes to deliver a consistent cure product that meets designed strength requirements.
Our in-house teams can place the finishing touches on a turn-key program or integrated product solution. And our service offerings don’t stop there, as we can provide many non-destructive tests to confirm air flow, air pressure and joint integrity, all on site.
Experience the value Ben Machine provides as a partner in solving fabrication and mechanical assembly problems and finding turn-key solutions for your parts.