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3 Handy, Home Decor Welding Projects

The temperatures have risen and spring has officially arrived. This means it’s time for spring cleaning and organizing. Regardless of whether or not you enjoy home organization and decoration, as a welder, you have the ability to create custom pieces and modify dysfunctional spaces in a way that others cannot. Keep reading for 3 home…

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Protect Your Welder with the ESAB Ironclad Pledge

ESAB, a welding company that has a history of innovation and problem solving, has confidence in its products and a commitment to put customers first. These are on display with it’s 100% satisfaction guaranteed in the first 100 days of purchasing a product and a series of extensive warranties called the “Iron Clad Pledge.” Even…

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Uwe Aschemeier: Underwater Welding’s Under-The-Radar Ambassador

As a kid, you’re taught that certain things just don’t mix. Cats and dogs. Pineapple and pizza. Water and electricity. Well, as far as that last one goes, no one bothered to tell the folks that make their living welding underwater. If you’re not familiar with underwater welding, the whole idea can seem pretty outrageous.…

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How to Choose Between Miller’s Multimatic and Millermatic Welders

Miller Electric has introduced some of the strongest competitors in the welding machine market with the new Multimatic 255 and the ever reliable models of the Millermatic 255 MIG welder. These machines have been highly recommended by welding instructors, served as work horses on job sites, and powered many home welding projects, but how can…

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A Clear Look at the New Lincoln Viking 3350 4C Welding Helmet

Now is the time to get the lowest price on Lincoln Electric’s best selling welding helmet at Baker’s Gas and Welding: the Viking 3350 4C. This new model’s clarity and a first time ever rebate makes the Viking tough to pass up! Welders working on home welding projects or taking their gear to pipelines, buildings,…

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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

If you love craft beer, thank a welder! Welding inspectors Matt Young and Keanan Janus had been inspecting the stainless steel welds at a brewery when they realized that they could do better TIG welds on their own. The two started welding on the weekend, helping breweries with their sanitary TIG welds. Image Source Their…

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Women in Finishing FORUM Set to Debut May 9-11

Powered by the Chemical Coaters Association International CCAI is hosting the first Women in Finishing FORUM which will be held at the Embassy Suites South Bend at Notre Dame from May 9-11, 2019.  Women in Finishing (WiF) provides a platform that fosters professional and personal development for women who have chosen or are pursuing a…

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Air Quality Issues in Automotive Manufacturing

The processes performed to assemble vehicles, plus the fume ventilation systems that keep employees safe, are detailed By TREVOR KENDALL, the technical director of VentMapping and engineering services at RoboVent (robovent.com), Sterling Heights, Mich. The opinions expressed in this article are those of the author. Reprinted with permission: The AWS Welding Journal Manufacturers in the…

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Lincoln Electric’s New Welders: The Ranger 330MPX and the Power MIG 140C

There are two new Lincoln Electric welders that have hit the market that open up exciting new possibilities for both experienced and beginner welders. Here’s a closer look at what each machine offers and how you can take advantage of some great savings on one of them. The Lincoln Ranger 330MPX welder/generator offers a truckload…

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3 Car Welding Project Ideas

One of the best parts of being a welder is being able to customize things exactly to your liking. Your car is the perfect canvas to let your creativity loose. With a little practice, the right welding machine, and some instructions to point you in the right direction, you’ll be good to go. All of…

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