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How To Turn Your Welding Skills Into Art


The New York Times recently reported on the death of Charles Ginnever, a talented metal artist who was commissioned by some of the most influential people for his work. There are a number of his sculptures dotted around the States, from public parks to universities. Apart from having a keen

What you need to know about Working in Construction

Working in the construction industry is a career like any other. In fact, the real estate sector can’t thrive without the input of construction workers. This is because they are the professionals that put brick and mortar together to make the structures that later becomes homes, business premises and offices.

How To Choose The Right Welder

When it comes to selecting an appropriate welder to handle your everyday projects, you ought to be extremely cautious. Whether you weld as a hobby or as a full-time occupation, it’s crucial to choose the best welder that will fulfill your needs without causing unwanted inconveniences. For instance, here are

How Does A Vacuum Pump Work?

A vacuum pump can be described as a device that serves as a tool in removing gas molecules from a sealed space, so as to create a partial vacuum. In simpler terms, vacuum pumps serve to pull gases or air out of a container leaving it free from gas molecules. Vacuum

Air Carbon Arc Cutting (CAC)

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Air Carbon Arc Cutting (CAC) Table of Contents Equipment Electrodes Advantages Process Free Brochure Summary: Air carbon arc cutting is an arc cutting process in which metals to be cut are melted by the heat of a carbon arc. The molten metal is removed by a high velocity blast of compressed air.  The air jet

Achieving Precision Control When TIG Welding Aluminum

With stainless steel, you can make great TIG welds with a scratch start. But when you’re working around aluminum, there’s really no proper substitute for the control of a foot pedal.  Because effective foot control lets you make changes on the fly. Many welders consider pedals to be the easiest way to make those changes,

Arc Welding Sleeves That Don’t Cost an Arm

Gloves do a good job of protecting your hands and wrists. But what about a couple inches past that? Is the rest of your arm immune to sparks, splatter, and heat? Probably not. Sometimes a welding jacket can help. But are you always working in jacket weather? It’s problems like that which drive many