Structural Fabrication

We offer a wide range of welding techniques to create products to your exact specifications.

Services We Offer

GTAW WELDING

GMAW WELDING

SMAW WELDING

FLUX CORE WELDING

GTAW Welding Process

Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (or GTAW)

This is a versatile process works well on a variety of metals, both ferrous and nonferrous, thick and thin, and with or without filler metal. 

GMAW Welding Process

Metal Inert Gas (or MIG) welding. This process uses a continuous solid wire electrode, which travels through the welding gun and is accompanied by shielding gas that protects it from contaminants. With this process, there is minimal waste to cleanup.

GMAW is either semi-automatic or fully automatic, making it a simple process for welders eliminating concern about defects.  

GMAW Welding Houston TX
GMAW Welding Houston TX

GMAW Welding Process

Metal Inert Gas (or MIG) welding. This process uses a continuous solid wire electrode, which travels through the welding gun and is accompanied by shielding gas that protects it from contaminants. With this process, there is minimal waste to cleanup.

GMAW is either semi-automatic or fully automatic, making it a simple process for welders eliminating concern about defects.  

SMAW-Welding-Process - Houston TX

SMAW Welding Process

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (or SMAW) is also known as stick welding. This is another common, manual welding process that uses a flux-coated consumable electrode that has a metal rod at its core.

Flux Core Welding Process

The flux core welding process uses heat that is generated by an electric arc to fuse base metals. It differs from other processes because it relies on a hollow, tube-shaped electrode instead of a solid metal electrode.

This process works well for welding thicker materials. It is also effective for high-speed welding jobs and does not affect the quality of the finished product.

Flux Core Welding Houston TX
Flux Core Welding Houston TX

Flux Core Welding Process

The flux core welding process uses heat that is generated by an electric arc to fuse base metals. It differs from other processes because it relies on a hollow, tube-shaped electrode instead of a solid metal electrode.

This process works well for welding thicker materials. It is also effective for high-speed welding jobs and does not affect the quality of the finished product.

Why Choose Us?

At Humble Machine Works, we are proud to provide a higher level of service to all our customers, no matter how big or small your order might be.

With our attention to detail and the unparalleled work of our skilled machinists, it is no wonder we have been serving customers across the globe for decades and have no plans to stop anytime soon!

Are you interested in experiencing the Humble Machine Works difference? Reach out to us today for a quote or to learn more about our Machining, Welding, and EDM capabilities. 

We can’t wait to show you what separates us from other shops.

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HUMBLE MACHINE WORKS INC.

134 WILSON RD.

HUMBLE, TX 77338

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281-446-3057

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