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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

While Ron Standley, a construction manager, had long wanted to try out welding, his first time striking an arc happened because of a Father’s Day gift from his son Reed. Reed know that he and his father have a lot of fun working on cars

Save on Miller Welders Before Build with Blue Ends

Miller’s Build with Blue promotion is slated to end on June 30th, ending the massive savings that come with rebates and the rock bottom prices at Baker’s Gas and Welding. This rebate offer includes some of the most popular and powerful machines offered from Miller

4 Summer Welding Projects for Boats

Warm weather is here which means that it’s time for weekends at the lake, campfires and lazy afternoons out on the boat. There are few things sweeter than fishing, tubing and swimming with your family as you make memories under the summer sun. Thankfully, your

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

The SkillsUSA National Championship in Louisville, KY draws trade and welding students from all over America, including SUN Tech welding graduate Erin Beaver. Beaver is making her third straight appearance. Beaver will attend as a member of the Pennsylvania College of Technology’s all-female welding team.

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Women only make up 5% of the welding workforce, but big changes are coming as the current welding workforce retires in larger numbers. Bria Sativa Aguayo, 43, grew up in Texas where welding wasn’t even a consideration for her. Today she is the founder of

Welding Projects You Can Donate To Your Community

Successful, happy communities are founded on the gifts, time and talents of those who live there. Beautiful parks, clean rivers and safe schools don’t just happen, rather they are sustained by the hard work of willing volunteers. Donating your time for the good of your

How Understanding Welding Inspections Can Improve Your Welds

Professional welds are often carefully regulated based on blueprints and designs that ensure they will perform well under pressure and have a clean appearance. Weld inspections will take into account the weld’s location, the size and shape of the weld, and the materials used for