Custom Welding & Fabrication Services

Do you have a need for custom welding or uniquely fabricated metalworks? At Custom Laser, we’ve got you covered.

Our team of trained and certified welders can handle a full range of custom welding work with a wide variety of metals. We offer MIG, TIG & laser welding with steel, stainless steel and aluminum, which also allows our team to process a full spectrum of welding projects, from thin, precise welds to heavy-duty, thick plating and other high-gauge metals.

Whether you need a simple bracket welded or need to connect large tube frames or create durable assembly structures, we can handle your fabrication needs. Plus, we offer convenient pickup options for custom welding customers who are local to Western New York, or delivery services for clients in Ohio, Pennsylvania or anywhere else across the United States.

Find out how our D1-certified welding team can help with your next custom welding and fabrication project. Call us today at 716-434-8600 or email to discuss your needs.

MIG / TIG Welding

MIG and TIG welds each offer distinct advantages, and the right option for your job may depend on the scope of your specific project.

MIG Welding Advantages

  • Fast and efficient
  • Usable with all types of metals
  • High-quality and strong bonds
  • Effective at bonding thicker materials

TIG Welding Advantages

  • Neat and clean joints
  • Smaller heat zone causes less distortion
  • Effective at welding extremely thin material
  • Clean welds reduce need for refinishing

Laser Welding

Laser welding provides high-speed, low-heat input fusion welding for thermally sensitive or magnetic enclosed parts. The precise control and high energy density of a laser allows Custom Laser to provide weld penetration as low as 0.010″ and up to 0.225″ depth in a wide variety of similar and dissimilar materials. Since laser welding produces a fusion weld, fluxes, fillers and contaminates are not introduced into the weld zone, producing a consistent and clean bond.

Advantages of Laser Welding

  • Small width-to-root ratio
  • Low heat input
  • Minimal distortion
  • Higher rate of speed than conventional welding
  • No fillers or fluxes
  • Magnetic field will not affect beam

Small Seams

One of the greatest advantages of laser welding comes in the small weld seam left behind after bonding. With the precision of laser welds, nearly seamless welds are possible, allowing for nonporous and continuous welds that are easy to smooth and finish and reduce the possibility of premature wear or failure.

Laser Welding Materials

Laser welding can be performed with a diverse range of metals and materials at Custom Laser. The range of items that may be welded includes, but is not restricted to:

  • Stainless Steel
  • Low Carbon Steel
  • Titanium
  • Dissimilar Metals