An overview of the company and its organization, products, services and capabilities.
Welcome to Taylor-Winfield Technologies, a world leader in the design and manufacture of material joining equipment and systems with a legacy over 100 years. As an original equipment manufacturer with full engineering, assembly, wiring, testing and field service capabilities, our primary focus is material joining and related technologies.
Taylor-Winfield Technologies is dedicated to bringing advanced manufacturing technologies and processes to our customers to enable them to compete in today’s ever changing markets. T-W’s Material Joining Solutions include:
• Coil Joining
• Automated Assembly
• Resistance Welding
• Induction Heating
• Arc Welding Systems
• Laser Welding Systems
You can count on Taylor-Winfield Technologies for experience, quality craftsmanship, and innovative engineering solutions that produce the most sought-after material joining machines and systems in the capital equipment manufacturing industry. By providing simple to complex material joining machines, part production and assembly systems with on-going field service and replacement parts support, Taylor-Winfield remains the company customers can trust into the future.
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