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Welding Roundup

Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Nearly forty years ago Frederick Sachs learned how to weld from a friend while growing up on a farm in New York state’s Hudson Valley. However, Sachs’ went on to become a Distinguished Professor of Physiology and Biophysics at SUNY Buffalo, and his welding interest

Weekly Welding Roundup—Welding News

Welding isn’t just for pipelines and hot rods. In fact, some welders have found ways to donate their welding skills to the community by creating lasting memories of their loved ones. In the UK, a Durham Welder Created a Memory Tree: “A Durham welder has created

Weekly Welding Roundup—Welding News

Welding students at Grayson College have found a way to use their welding guns to make their communities stronger. Over the past year several student welders have been working with their instructor to create works of art that are then auctioned off at charity fundraisers.

Tips for the Best Looking Stick Welds

Stick welding has a lot of advantages that are easy to overlook, especially since MIG welders have become so popular with many home and hobby welders. For starters, stick welding is relatively cheap and simple to set up. You don’t need shielding gas and the

Welding Project: Weld Your Own Bar

Whether you’re done with work and you want to relax with some friends at home or to put together a memorable party on the weekend, you don’t need a ton of money to buy a huge, fancy bar for your drinks. You just need a

Beginner’s Welding Project: How to Weld a Charcoal Grill

If you’re looking for a simple and functional welding project that’s ideal for beginners, one of the most common places to start is by building your own welding cart. Once you’re done with a welding cart, welding your own charcoal grill is a natural next