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MIG WELDING
MIG welding is an abbreviation for the phrase Metal Inert Gas. Some shielding gases, mainly carbon dioxide and oxygen will react with the welding arc and puddle and help make the weld. MIG welding is much faster than TIG or Stick welding making it the perfect fit for emergency situations.
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TIG WELDING
TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas. TIG welding produces clean, precise welds on any metal and welds more metals than any other process.
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OXYFUEL
Oxyfuel (or oxyacetylene) welding is the oldest, most common, and most versatile gas welding process. It is used for welding pipes, tubes, as well as repair work.
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STICK
With Stick welding, or Arc welding, an electric current is used to strike an arc between the base material and consumable electrode rod. The electrode core itself acts as filler material, making a separate filler unnecessary.
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ABOUT JOE

Joe started welding in high school. That was a long, long time ago. Probably when welding was invented.

After high school he landed a job at John Deere doing some stuff. He was loving life so much he decided he should have the most awesome baby ever. So, he did. Her name is Shelly, and she is just as fantastic today as she was the day she was hatched.

He then moved on to Montgomery Elevators and Escalators. You may still be able to see his work. Look on the underside of some of your favorite elevators and escalators and see if you can find his name spray painted there.

Next, Joe moved on up to H.C. Duke and Son. This made the adorable Shelly very happy because they made ice cream and slushie machines and had the most excellent company picnic. Ever. Unfortunately, he ran out of sick days and had to call in “dead” to work.

Joe just kept on moving, he’s like a shark that way. He got a job at Cartridge Packaging. Little is known of what Joe did there because they did not have a most excellent company picnic.

It was after this that Joe opened Quinn Welding in maybe 1990. Eager to be his own boss because “too many people keep pissing him off.”

Good People. Good Words.

  • I carry a lot of equipment to and from gigs for myself and others. I was expecting to have to sink a bunch of money into a new trailer, but Quinn Welding was able to repair mine better than new so I can concentrate on the music!

    Patrick Ryerson
    Patrick RyersonMaylane • Promotions
  • We needed several very special stainless steel wash tubs for our "clients." We pride ourselves on being the QC's preeminent doggie day spa and Quinn Welding's skill and attention to detail exceeded even our tip-top standards!

    Kelly Ames
    Kelly AmesThe Pink Pug Day Spa • Owner
  • I've used Quinn Welding several times when I need help with custom design jobs. Their creativity and ingenuity bring my designs to life in a way even I didn't think possible. They make me look great and my clients are always thrilled.

    Michael Holmes
    Michael HolmesC3 Designs • Lead Designer

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