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Weekly Welding Roundup–Welding News

Garrett Corneliussen is a manufacturing engineer at Tesla, but his future career in welding and fabrication wasn’t always a sure bet. Corneliussen had struggled to pay attention in school, but when he learned about carpentry classes at his school and welding classes at Catawba Valley Community College (CVCC) he signed up immediately. Image Source His…

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How to Find Consumables for the ESAB Rebel

The ESAB Rebel EMP 215 IC MULTIPROCESS 3 in 1 welder has become one of the most popular multi process welders alongside machines like the Miller Multimatic  because it combines exceptional welding options in a compact, rugged machine that is easy for beginners to learn, yet more than capable for experts. Currently, the ESAB Rebel…

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Save on All Hypertherm Plasma Cutter Models

Baker’s Gas and Welding is offering significant savings and rebates on the Hypertherm Powermax plasma cutting systems. Students or recent graduates of an accredited welding program can receive rebates between $100 and $500 depending on the machine purchased, while anyone can use the PROMO Code: WMW120 to save $120 on any of the plasma cutters…

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FABTECH 2018 CALL FOR SPEAKERS NOW OPEN

Be a part of FABTECH 2018 by sharing your knowledge on technological advancements and creative concepts with conference attendees. If you have insights and ideas to offer, submit your abstract by April 6 for consideration in the FABTECH 2018 Education Program which will take place Nov. 6-8, at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta.…

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WPS and PQR Demystified

Several members of the Education Services team at AWS recently had the opportunity to attend a handful of instructor-led CWI seminars. During that time, we were able to interact with the students and get some insight into how things were going for them. Collectively, we found that most students were at least somewhat familiar with…

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WPSs and PQRs Demystified

Several members of the Education Services team at AWS recently had the opportunity to attend a handful of instructor-led CWI seminars. During that time, we were able to interact with the students and get some insight into how things were going for them. Collectively, we found that most students were at least somewhat familiar with…

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Weekly Welding Roundup-Welding News

Bandy Killeen took welding classes on the side at West Virginia Northern Community College while working at a marketing company in town. The single mother was one of the only women at the school, and she welded alongside men who were ten or twenty years older, but she held her own. Image Source Her instructors…

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How to Save on The Miller Diversion 180 TIG Welder

The Build with Blue sale is Miller Electric’s annual welder and welding gear promotion that lets welders and fabricators save big on some of the bestselling welding machines on the market. Since the prices for welders at Baker’s Gas and Welding are some of the lowest around, that means you can double your savings and…

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Loss of a Legend: Inspiration for Rosie the Riveter has Passed

The manufacturing industry lost a legendary figure. Naomi Parker Fraley passed away on January 20, 2018. However, many of you might not know her by name. You might be more familiar with the iconic character she inspired: Rosie the Riveter. The famous poster was painted by Pittsburgh artist J. Howard Miller and posted throughout Westinghouse…

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Boost Your Beverage Game with These Welding Projects

One way to boost both the organization and appeal of your home is to create better organization and easier access for your favorite beverages. A cup of morning coffee tastes even better when it’s easy to brew. A bottle of wine for dinner guests could be close at hand on your wine rack rather than…

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