Welding & Fabrication

Metal Fabrication & Welding Services

These are just a few of our custom metal fabrication services:

Kanyana Engineering works confidently with a wide variety of metals, including standard steel, mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, galvanized iron, copper alloys, brass sheets, and more.

Eager to see what Kanyana Engineering can accomplish? See our Capability Statement or get in touch with our customer service team to get started.

The Kanyana Difference

At Kanyana Engineering, our decades of experience make us industry leaders for metal fabrication and design in Perth. Our outstanding processes make us one of the best metal fabrication companies Australia-wide, raising the bar for our competitors in the eastern states.


We have the experience necessary to deliver consistently high-quality results, on-time and within your budget.


We employ a team of industry professionals, whose diverse skills allow us to offer a complete, in-house production set.


Expect greater efficiency, shorter lead times and a higher quality result when you choose Kanyana Engineering.


We are focused on classic Australian customer service standards while keeping up with the latest innovations in manufacturing.

High Quality Welding Services in WA

To handle the immense stresses of Australian industry, high quality welding is absolutely essential. From construction and infrastructure to aviation and automotive applications, Kanyana Engineering is the go-to welding contractor for an extensive range of clients.

Welding has many benefits as a metal fabrication technique, using high heat to reliably bond two or more materials. Depending on the weld configuration and filler, the welded join can be even stronger than the base metal, forming a durable and long-lasting bond.

Kanyana Engineering offers comprehensive in-house metal fabrication and welding services, from design to final assembly. Our MIG/TIG welding equipment can accommodate single projects – including prototypes and one-off welding projects – as well as large volumes and production runs.

We can also perform a full complement of other metalworking services in-house, offering you unparalleled convenience in metal fabrication.

For more information, get in touch with the Kanyana Engineering team – one of our experienced technicians would be happy to assist.


Kanyana Engineering office

Fabrication & Welding Accreditations

Welding is an essential process in many industries, including defence, construction, manufacturing, and mining. Whether you’re a seasoned welder or just starting out, welding procedures are critical tools for success. Welding procedures outline the steps necessary to produce high-quality welds consistently. They cover everything from selecting the right filler metal to ensuring proper preheat and interpass temperatures.


Quality and welding documentation provided upon completion

Welder Certification

All our welding staff are fully trained and certified by Elite WA to ensure everything is up to code

CC3 Test  Certification and Traceability

Guarantee high-quality materials, equipment, personnel & procedures that meet industry standards for accountability


Welding Procedures

We specialise in our team meeting AS1554 welding procedures that ensure compliance with Australian standards.



Product Assembly and Sub-Assembly

After metal components have been cut or shaped, the work-pieces will need to be joined or welded together to create a finished product or prototype. For those unfamiliar with the fabrication industry, this outcome is referred to as an assembly: several pieces of machinery form a self-contained unit.

Custom Design and Fabrication - Vehicle Fit-outs

Kanyana Engineering can design and build vehicle bodies, components and other vehicle fit-out parts for businesses and individuals. Let us know your exact specifications and our expert team can both design and fabricate the perfect custom car components for your needs.

Our custom metal fabrication solutions are ideal for vehicle conversions, unique custom vehicles and other exciting projects. Our previous work includes:

Kanyana Engineering works on customised body fit-outs for personal campers and multi-purpose vehicles. In addition to high-quality vehicle and RV conversions, we can also do customisation work on existing campers and other heavy vehicles.

What sets us apart from other companies that offer custom vehicle fit-outs? Aside from investing in top-of-the-line metal fabrication equipment, our staff consists of industry professionals who have the necessary experience in working with all types of vehicles. You can trust that we will meet your design specifications and provide you with an outstanding result.

To discuss your next customisation project, get in touch with the team at Kanyana Engineering today.

Frequently Asked Questions - Welding & Metal Fabrication

TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas and is a highly versatile welding method that uses non-consumable tungsten electrodes to heat metal. TIG welding can be performed with or without a filler.

TIG welding enables professional welders to join small and thin metal components. It is typically a slower welding method requiring longer lead times but the advantages are:

Greater welding control

Strong and precise results

Visually-pleasing welds

TIG welding is used extensively in the aerospace industry, along with smaller metal manufacturing and repair work. TIG welding is most effective for thin sheets of stainless steel, as well as non-ferrous metals such as copper alloys, magnesium, and aluminium.

MIG stands for Metal Inert Gas and, compared with the TIG method, it is a much faster welding method that can significantly reduce lead times and production costs. The end-product also does not require additional cleaning and finishing.

MIG welding uses a consumable wire which acts as both the electrode and the filler material. While it is the fastest welding method, the resulting joins are not as precise or as durable as TIG welding. MIG welding is usually recommended for large, thick materials. The three most common industries that utilize MIG welding are the automotive industry, construction and mass production manufacturing.

Common products/services that utilize MIG welding are vehicle repairs (cars, motorbikes, vans and SUVs), structural steel work, auto and ship parts, among others. 

Unsure what type of welding is best for your needs? We’d be happy to talk through the details of your project and lend a helping hand.

For your all Perth metal fabrication and welding requirements, Kanyana Engineering delivers the highest quality results, even on tight schedules. The experience we offer our customers is second to none, with unparalleled service and full communication every step of the way – essential for complex metal art pieces and custom vehicle fit-outs.

What makes Kanyana Engineering the Mandurah region’s leading metal fabrication workshop? Our cutting-edge equipment and superior knowledge enable us to work on all kinds of projects quickly and efficiently. 

We accept metal fabrication projects of all sizes, from single item projects and low-volume production through to large production runs and large-scale product assemblies.

In addition to metal fabrication and welding in Western Australia, we provide a full range of metalworking services locally in our Mandurah workshop.

To find out more about our metal fabrication capabilities, get in touch with our workshop via phone or email. We’d love to share more about the services we offer and the quality guarantee we make to every client.

Kanyana Engineering’s in-house TIG & MIG welding capabilities give us the freedom and flexibility to complete all kinds of welding projects. Our workshop is conveniently located for all Perth region businesses.

Kanyana Engineering’s cutting-edge welding and fabrication processes are precise and efficient, continually meeting and exceeding the high standards of our clients.


Find out what Kanyana Engineering can do for your next project.


Get In Touch With Kanyana Engineering Today

Kanyana Engineering works with domestic, commercial and industrial clients across Western Australia. 

To talk to us about your laser cutting or metal fabrication needs, get in touch with our friendly team below or visit our premises in Mandurah, Western Australia.