AT&F Blog

Infographic: AT&F Core Focus

As one of the world’s premier metal fabrication companies, AT&F creates components that quite literally shape the industries we serve. AT&F's core focus is to Build, Protect, Energize, and Move the World through metal fabrication.

How AT&F's core focus represents the core industries we serve:

  • Build= Construction and Mining
  • Protect= Defense
  • Energize= Renewable Energy
  • Move= Infrastructure and Shipbuilding

Infographic: AT&F Cutting Capabilities

AT&F's commitment to Investing in Customer Success can be seen through precise state-of-the-art metal cutting services.

Infographic: AT&F Exhaust Gas Scrubber Fabrication

As a result of the recent IMO 2020 sulfur regulations, AT&F Advanced Metals is fully equipped to tackle the challenge with exhaust gas scrubber fabrication.

AT&F Shows Commitment to Aerospace Market with Waterjet Investment

With a core focus on investment in game-changing technology and innovation, AT&F is pleased to announce the addition of its newest 5-axis waterjet cutting system. The specialized equipment was developed for AT&F to achieve the fastest cutting speeds possible while maintaining exceptional edge quality. This high quality cutting method allows for less machining, decreasing costs and increasing overall efficiency.

19 Years of Experience with AT&F

Meet Pat McGovern, press brake operator at AT&F. With 19 years of experience, Pat has seen AT&F grow and expand, while honing his skills over the years. Like Pat, AT&F team members have opportunity to build on their talents and move up in the company.

What It Takes To Be A Successful Team Member at AT&F

Meet Craig Cooper, Team Manager. AT&F was on his radar many years before coming on board in 2016. Craig knew of AT&F’s focus on cutting-edge innovation and large fabrication. “This is the major leagues,” he says in the video above. Members of this motivated team can attest that working for AT&F means working for an industry leader and bringing your best every day.

Cleveland Could Lead In Offshore Wind Power

Project Icebreaker

A weather buoy in Lake Erie measures the average wind speed at 15 miles per hour. Lorry Wagner, a researcher highly involved in the revolutionary effort to line Lake Erie with wind turbines, says wind speeds are better here than the mid-Atlantic. The potential for wind power generation is just off our shores.

How Hybrid Laser Welding is Making Cranes Stronger

In the 1830’s, cranes were able to lift their own weight. Today, cranes can lift 10 times their own weight. How? Innovation. Not only through better design, but advancement in high strength steel and fabrication processes.

How to Choose a Welding Method

Welding is a method of bonding two pieces of metal together. In many cases, this bond can be stronger than the base material. The process of fusing two pieces of metal together requires the base metal to melt and flow together. Old methods would use a blowtorch to heat metal until the base pieces reached melting temperature. New methods use electric arcs to generate the required heat. An electrode—consumable and charged positively or negatively depending on the character of the weld—is passed to a workpiece. There are many methods to achieve metal fusion via welding; choosing the right method is crucial.

Why Consistency in Welding Matters

Method Matters