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Shop Fabricators

There are over 30 different types of welding, but the 4 most common we supply to our customer are:





We have thousands of welders throughout the United States.  Some certified in flat, horizontal, vertical, overhead and pipe.  

MW4H also supplies pipe welders in various sizes and types of pipe, including FOOD GRADE TIG WELDING.  

MW4H Welding Requirements


​​​​​​A shop fabricator is not just a welder that works inside.  It's someone that can accurately read blueprints and turn raw material into the end product using a vast variety of shop equipment including, but not limited to:




Cutting Torches

Water Jets

Plasma Cutters  


Drills Presses


Building Jigs

An inside fabricator has vast experience and knowledge operating all the various devices to accurately make the finished product within the required tolerances.  This person is a very well rounded craftsman.  We at MW4H hold these team members at a very high regard, because of all their knowledge and experience they have to complete the project.  

Cameron Henderson -Mechanical & MSHA Project Manager

Office (225) 755-9755
Cell (563) 554-9831

MW4H types of WELDERS

Steve Glover - Mechanical & Electrical Project Manager

Office (859) 448-1656 ext 1006
Cell (563) 343-8495

All team members are required to supply:

  • Welding helmet/shield 
  • Welding sleeves
  • Welding leather vest
  • Grinder
  • Striker
  • hard hat
  • safety glasses
  • steel toe boots

Most of our Tig welders bring their own tig rig

We like to call our FIELD FABRICATORS the MacGyver of fabricating.  A field fabricator not only needs to know how to read blueprints correctly, but has the knowledge and experience to build a finished product without all the specialty shop equipment that a shop fabricator has available to them.  

For example many of our agricultural jobs; our field fabricators builds transitions on the job site, because there is really no way of knowing the correct dimensions needed for an accurate fit until the spouting is in place. The field fabricator has to be somewhat of a field engineer to determine the correct dimensions and how to fabricate in the field with just duct tape and a paperclip (MacGyver reference).  

We don't like to play favorites. Our field fabricators are  some of our favorite team members, because they have to be an engineer, welder, and fabricator all in one at times to complete the projects.

Field Fabricators

  • Safety is our first priority.
  • Reduced workers compensation exposure and costs.
  • Reduced hiring, training, advertising and payroll costs.
  • Reduced SUTA/unemployment costs.
  • The ability to augment peaks and valleys in production schedules.
  • OSHA training, pre-employment drug testing, PPE and safety orientation provided upon request.
  • MW4H has the knowledge and experience of working in the skilled trades industry to ensure the right fit