3D Welding & Industrial Supply
Serving the World of Welding Since 1980

Gases, Safety & Welding Supplies For Industry and Life

3D Welding & Industrial Supply Serving the World of Welding Since 1980

"3D Welding & Industrial Supply has been our source of welding supplies since 1980. We would recomend them to anyone in the area.“

Industrial Supplies

3D Welding & Industrial Supply carries a comprehensive inventory of welding equipment and supplies from your favorite name brand manufacturers.

Safety Products

Our Safety Specialist can help you insure compliance with OSHA occupational safety requirements, as well as help you find the best solutions for your specific needs.

Factory Authorized Repair

Our Precision Welder Repair division is certified on all makes and models of welding and cutting equipment. We can service your equipment on-site or in our shop. We offer pickup and delivery!

Equipment Rental

Renting is an environmentally friendly alternative to purchasing equipment that may only be needed for a specific project. We offer a wide variety of rental options to meet your short-term needs.

The region's largest independently-owned gas and welding supplies distributor...

  • Safety Clothing We offer welding pants, bibs, aprons, gloves, goggles, helmets, blankets, leather, etc
  • What gases do you supply? Acetylene, Argon, Argon Mix, Beer Gas, Beer Mix, Beverage Gas, Carbon Dioxide (co2), Helium, Laser Mix, Liquid Oxygen, Liquid Nitrogen, Liquid Argon, Propane.
  • Our Team: Our team has been in business since 1980 with the same owners. We are welding & industrial gas application experts- offering years of expertise. Our service and supplies are used by many top organizations in the surrounding. We serve any size customer.
  • Why Choose Us? You're not just an account number. We look forward to providing you with the quality products and services our customers have come to expect from 3D Welding Supply.

Industrial, Specialty, Medical, Beverage Gases, and   Equipment

  • Lincoln Electric
  • Miller Electric
  • ESAB
  • Hypertherm
  • M.K. Products / Cobramatic
  • Bug-o

MIG welding was developed in the 1940's and 60 years later the general principle is still very much the same. MIG welding uses an arc of electricity to create a short circuit between a continuously fed anode (+ the wire-fed welding gun) and a cathode ( - the metal being welded). The heat produced by the short circuit, along with a non-reactive (hence inert) gas locally melts the metal and allows them to mix together. Once the heat is removed, the metal begins to cool and solidify, and forms a new piece of fused metal.

MIG welding was developed in the 1940's and 60 years later the general principle is still very much the same. MIG welding uses an arc of electricity to create a short circuit between a continuously fed anode (+ the wire-fed welding gun) and a cathode ( - the metal being welded). The heat produced by the short circuit, along with a non-reactive (hence inert) gas locally melts the metal and allows them to mix together. Once the heat is removed, the metal begins to cool and solidify, and forms a new piece of fused metal.