Why Not Consider Freelance Welding?

We’ve reached the dawn of a new era. . . alright, I’ll quit the melodramatics. Though being a welder is more secure than other occupations, nothing beats being in business for yourself. Freelancing your welding services is one way to do it. People usually associate

Weekly Roundup – News in the Welding World

Chew on bits about job opportunities, students in the welding field, new welding equipment, and more! Make sure to check out our first three news articles on falling profits and technological developments in the welding world. Side Note: Welders may have the upper-hand in this

Weekly Roundup – News In the Welding World

This week saw news about more welding schools and programs, welding events, proactive teenage welders, and more.   Miller Offers Faster News For Welding Professionals Understanding the need for fast, up-to-date information in today’s digital world, Miller Electric Mfg. Co. today launched its new PRO

Welding Refresher: Welding Symbols

How often do you rely on blueprints and other symbols when working on welding projects? I’ve come across many welders that rarely (if ever) use blueprints. Many don’t even know the most basic of welding symbols. Now, that’s not a problem if you don’t intend

MIT and Welding For Free

Massachusetts Institute of Technology is more than just that school from the movie 21 (by the way, the book was better; isn’t it always?). MIT is one of the m Most prestigious and sought after post-secondary schools in this nation. So, it was a pretty

Welding Safety 101: Eye and Face Protection

For new and experienced welders alike, it’s important to know what type of eye and face protection will work best for you. What you need largely depends on what task your performing. Here are some factors to consider before beginning a welding project: A helmet is best