Last Chance Auto Repair offers welding plus fabrication services to customers in Plainfield, Naperville, Bolingbrook, IL, plus surrounding suburbs. We have been in business since 1978, plus plan on being so for years to come. Our staff is highly trained plus experienced in a variety of areas to make us a complete one stop auto repair service shop. Whatever welding or fabrication needs you may encounter, we can take care of it. Our services include cylinder heads, crank shafts, flywheels plus cylinder blocks to name a few. Come in and see us today. We look forward to helping you. Can you handle the power? You crack it, we weld it.
Some Of Our Many Welding Plus Fabrication Services Include:
• Sheet metal work
• Cylinder head welds
• Steel welding experts
Save yourself hundreds of dollars by repairing your old block or head. We specialize in stock, custom, cylinder head, plus cylinder block welding. Reconditioning expert repair, rebuild of cast iron, gas, nitro, alcohol, auto, diesel engine applications. Last Chance Auto Repairs head and machine division can repair and recondition your cracked or otherwise damaged cast iron cylinder head or cylinder block to a like new condition. You brake it we weld it.
Normal MIG welding in automotive fabrication joins structural-pieces through a combination of heated wire with inert gas to create a joint. The heat in this process can reach temperatures in excess of 1700c. A high temperature such as this can change the molecular structure of some high strength metals which are heat sensitive therefore weakening the repair. Also factoring in the the strength and toughness of these steels and elements is the variation between manufacturers and their manufacturing processes. Automotive fabrication mandates continual knowledge of current manufacturing production and materials, without this understanding your vehicle structure may loose its integrity. We guarantee professional and reliable work for every service that we provide.
Automobile Repair And Welding Go Together Like Bread And Butter
MIG Welding MIG welding is the welding method of choice for most car restorers. MIG stands for metal inert gas. A MIG welder is also called a continuous voltage type power source. The most basic definition of MIG welding states a semi automatic arc welding process that uses a shielding gas as the flux to shield the molten weld being fed by a roll of welding wire.