Welding Mig and Tig
With about 10 different types of welders and a highly skilled welding Mig and Tig staff backed by over 100 years of combined experience, no project is too difficult for Jobite’s welding department.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding uses argon gas and a tungsten electrode to essentially melt two metals together. This produces super clean and precise welds on a variety of materials.
Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding uses a wire fed filler to fill the space in between to pieces of metal. Mig welding is quick, easy and cost effective.
- Miller Wire Welders – Capacity: range from 200 amps to 600 amps w/wire sizes from .020 to 3/32″ flux core.
- 4 Miller Heliarc Welders – 300 amps
- 100 KVA Spot Welder – Combined thickness 3/16″ to 5/16″, including spot welding of aluminum.
- Nelson Series 250 Model 100 CD Welder – Capacity: to 1/4″ stud on aluminum and 5/16″ stud on carbon steel and stainless steel.
- 6 Axis Panasonic Welding Robot – With 78″ radius reach. Includes turntable station, servo head and tailstock, and external 7th axis head and tailstock.
- 9 Axis Panasonic Aluminum Welding Robot