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Customized Solutions

At Cadrex, we can provide multiple levels of mechanical assembly and finishing. From simple requirements like hardware insertion to full-scale mechanical assemblies that require welding and painting. Whatever your needs, our team starts working with you early in the design phases to ensure everything fits together, and your sub-assembly or final product seamlessly moves to the next step.

Keeping your product with one company eliminates potential risks associated with moving custom components to another vendor.

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Mechanical Assembly & Finishing Capabilities

  • Hardware Insertion 

  • Mig, Tig, and Robotic Welding

  • Riveting

  • Powder Paint Lines and Batch Powder Booths and Ovens

  • Pad Printing & Silk Screening

  • Conductive Coating (EMI/RFI)

  • A-coating, and E-coating

  • Electroplating and Electroless Plating

  • Chemical Film and Chromate Conversion

  • Heat Staking, Inserting, Part Bonding, Seal and Gasket Installation

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Metal Welding

Welding joins two pieces of metal using heat that fuses them. At Cadrex, we offer multiple types of welding. Depending on the application, a different kind will be needed.

Tig (tungsten inert gas) – Most commonly used for small parts and thin metal materials. Because of the delicate nature of this process, it can be slower but is visually appealing.

Mig (metal inert gas) – Best for larger parts and thicker materials. This process is not always precise but fast and clean.

Robotic Welding Cells – Fully automated welding processes can be used for various applications, materials, and part sizes. Programmed by expert welders, this is ideal for higher volumes when speed is critical.

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