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Welding Art and Welding Art Information

30th October 2008
Although most people think of welding as a way to build buildings and other shapes, there are many people who have chosen to use welding as an art form that is as creative as any inventor. Generally speaking welding art comes in large pieces where peop... Read >

Learn about Welding on Mild Steel

29th October 2008
Mild steel is defined as any steel that has low carbon in it and about 85% of welding is done using this type of steel. Usually these steels have an AISI series of C-1008 through C-1025. They are the steels that are most often used in construction or indu... Read >

Learn about Welding Safety and Welding Arc Flash

27th October 2008
When you are working with a welder there is always the potential for Arc Flash. Anything that you do that works with electricity can do this and it can be a deadly process. Arc flash can happen on a large or small scale, and depending on the welder's safe... Read >

Welder Tips and how to Buy the Right Welder

23rd October 2008
There are so many welders on the market it can be confusing to the average person as to which one to buy. For the most part, what you buy will be determined by the kind of project you will be doing most of the time. If you are new to welding your first... Read >

Learn Welding Symbols and what Weld Symbols Mean

21st October 2008
When you first start welding it may be difficult to understand what you are seeing when you look at the weld symbols. However, if you think of this as a system of codes or a way of shorthand that tells you different information about the weld that needs t... Read >

Learn Welding at a good Welding School

21st October 2008
When you are looking for a good welding school to learn welding it will be important for you to think about several issues before you go. A good question to ask yourself is "What do I want to do?" and "Who has what I need?" These two questions will be det... Read >

Learn Thermite Welding and Welding Information

21st October 2008
Thermite welding is a process that results from a chemical reaction that is created through heating metal to a super high temperature between two reducing agents, one of which will be a metal oxide and the other aluminum or sometimes other types of reduci... Read >

Underwater Welding and all about Stud Welding

13th October 2008
Underwater welding is done under water in the ocean and is used when there is a need to repair a ship, oil platforms that are offshore and pipelines. Usually these all need to be repaired using steel only. There are two basic types of underwater welding a... Read >

Friction Welding and all about Resistance Welding

13th October 2008
Resistance or Friction welding are two welding processes that fit into a category of processes that works with a workpiece that is moving and another piece that remains stationary. In the process heat is generated through friction as the two pieces come t... Read >

Robotic Welding and all about Robotic Welding

13th October 2008
Robotic welding is used when an industry wants to animate their welding process. You may know about this type of welding because it is often used on assembly line work, especially in the automotive industry. Robots are used to handle the parts that nee... Read >

Basics of Stick Welding and Tips for Stick Welding

10th October 2008
If you want to learn stick welding it will take practice and a little patience to learn to do it in a way that will produce fine welds. This is an important thing to remember although some people may say they never had to practice much. Stick welding i... Read >

MIG Welding and how MIG Welding Works

08th October 2008
This process is called by many names and it basically is a welding process that uses an arc to heat metal that needs to be joined. The welder uses a continuous feed filler metal (a consumable) electrode and this is used on the work-piece. This type of wel... Read >

Learn TIG Welding Process and TIG Welding Basic Information

07th October 2008
The acronym TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas Arc Welding and the acronym GTAW stands for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding this is the same process but it is referred to by these two different names. In the situation you will be welding using an electric arc ... Read >