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Getting familiar with MIG welding through practice

The old saying goes that practice makes perfect — and especially being that generally whenever you are welding you are going to need to make sure that the finished product meets a high level of standards, you want to get all the practice you can. 

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Weekly Roundup – News In The Welding World

So we’ve made it past the first full week of the new year. What did the welding world serve up last week, and what changes can we expect in the weeks to follow? Recent topics that we’ve discussed on this blog, such as underwater welding

Baker’s Bargains: Lincoln AC 225

Stick welding, or manual metal arc welding, is perhaps the favored welding practice world wide.  In terms of repairs, maintenance, steel construction, and also industrial fabrication a stick welder is often the go to of choice due to its high level of versatility.  Stick welders

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Learn How to Weld: A few basics to get started

If you're just starting out into welding, whether you are strictly going to be a hobbyist or plan to embark on a welding career, you may be a bit lost as to where to begin.  While there are plenty of places you can go to

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Welders VS Robotic Welding

It’s the age old story of man/woman VS machine. Before technology became so complicated that manuals began to look like dictionaries, there were smart, hard-working men and women working tirelessly behind welders to make the most sturdy, reliable products on the market. Will the future

Laser Welding 101

These days, in order to be marketable, a welder needs to be able to practice a wide variety of welding techniques like, submerged arc, resistance, high-frequency resistance, induction, ultrasonic and electron-beam welding. But today there is a technique that is becoming more popular that can