A Typical QSP Customer Needs:

A Typical QSP Customer Needs:

– Quick and accurate quotes
– Fair and competitive pricing
– Fast lead times
– Quality assurance through a comprehensive inspection program
– CAD and design assistance
– Short runs for custom jobs
– Assemblies as required per your specifications
– Local delivery – Parts or product shipped on time.

Our promise to you is to provide you with quality products consistently
at a cost effective price in a timely manner.

QSP was founded in 1997 by Peter J. Pierce and since the beginning
we have built a reputation for offering quality products on time. QSP’s
professional management is dedicated to constant innovation and
improvement to our processes and quality control.

Our Mission:

To exceed our customer’s needs and expectations regarding products
and service, we are dedicated to delivering products that solve
problems at a very competitive cost. As the owner, I take full
responsibility for every aspect of our services, product development,
manufacturing, quality control, sales and service after the sales. Our
mission is to deliver the products and services at such a high level of
quality that the experience of purchasing any QSP product is a
carefree one for each of our valued customers.

Robotic Welding Versus Manual Welding

Robotic Welding Versus Manual Welding

Welding is the process in which materials are joined together through the processes of heating, mixing and cooling. It’s one of the primary tools that we have in building everything from cars to skyscrapers. There are a lot of questions as to what the best process is for welding. Traditional welding offers many different options and advantages. However, the advantages of robotic welding far outweigh any benefits that traditional welding may have. During robotic welding, robots automate the welding process making the process more accurate and efficient.

In cases of artistry, however, robots cannot replace human welders because a computer cannot replace a creative human mind. Robotic welding is the most efficient in cases of production as it conserves materials, allowing for more production. This process allows for the elimination of human error and in turn brings about a consistent process and product. Every weld is the same every time. QSP’s welding process also allows for greater safety measures to be in place.

QSP Online has the best quality materials and the most reliable processes to produce quality steel products for the automotive and machining industries. Contact us today for information on all of our products and services relating to your steel production needs.

The Advantages of Welding with Stainless Steel

The Advantages of Welding with Stainless Steel

There’s many advantages to welding with stainless steel. First, stainless steel has high corrosion resistance. This allows the material to be used in harsh environments. Also, stainless steel has the ability to maintain strength at high temperatures because of its heat resistant properties.

Stainless steel is thought of as a hygienic surface as well as a surface that’s easily cleaned. This is why stainless steel is the primary choice in settings such as hospitals, kitchens and food processing plants. Stainless steel is bright and easily maintained. Modern steel welding techniques make it easy for the steel to be machined, cut and fabricated. Stainless steel offers as long term value.

On the flip side, each type of welding material has its disadvantages. Stainless steel can be costly. The proper techniques and machines must be used when working with this metal. It can be a difficult metal to work with if the proper techniques aren’t implemented. Waste and re-work can be a common theme in working with stainless steel. However, with the use of robotic welding, these problems can often be eliminated. The final polishing and finishing of stainless steel products can be costly and time consuming as well. Often the advantages outweigh the benefits in using stainless steel in your projects.

If you’re looking for the right weld along with the right materials for your next steel project, look no further than Quality Steel Products. We’re in the business of everything our name stands for.