Free eBooks and Our Favourite Welding Instructional Manual

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So you are looking for a Welding Instructional Manual or course?

Well what would you say if we told you that we have found one that is for anyone that wants to hobby weld at their own pace without having to learn the basics at an expensive welding school or program. It is also a good get back to basics guide for any professional looking to brush up on their skills.

The course teaches everything a beginner needs from how to buy some low cost equipment to laying down their first bead. We also like that you can preview several videos before making the decision to buy. (see video below).

Start Welding in Under 90 Minutes With This Welding Instructional Manual

After reviewing many of the available welding instructional manuals we quickly came to the conclusion that:

  1. there are many welding instruction manuals available
  2. most are complicated making is hard to get you up and running quickly
  3. the video needs to be part of the course so that you can see and hear each step

That was until we found Garrett Strong and the course he put together called “90 Minute Mig Mastery.”

What The Course Is About

It is just what the Doctor ordered for a beginner or for an experienced welder looking to sharpen his or her skills.

It provides a complete A to A blueprint that will get you welding in under 1 hour.

We also like that you can watch a few videos for free so you can try it before you buy it. One of the preview videos explains step of by step how to reach the welding in one hour milestone.

It is the easiest welding method for beginners that are looking to fabricate just about anything. Another plus is that the course focuses on Mig welding, a type of welding that uses a  regular power outlet and relatively inexpensive equipment, so you can start in your own garage.

Click the learn more link on the upper right corner of the video to view more videos and learn a bit more about the course. I personally like that the course focuses on a few useful starter project such as making your own barbecue pit, auto work, ornaments or how to build a motorcycle.

Once you learn how to make some solid welds you can apply the skills to just about anything.

Try These Free eBooks

We also found some great (and free) eBooks that cover some of basics. Give these a quick read to get a better understanding of what you need to know.

All Weld Guru readers are entitled to two free eBooks on welding when they sign up for our free welding newsletter.

Free eBook #1: “Mig Welding Mastery”

“Mig Welding Mastery” describes how to begin welding right from your home with very little money or time. Learn the basics from the welding instructional manual.

Free eBook #2: “Mig Welder Buyers Guide”

“The Mig Welder Buyers Guide” is your guide to how to select a high-performance low coast welder. Learn the basics such as the minimum power you need, spool gun capability and some recommended models.

How to Get the Free eBooks

After providing your email below and then confirming your email, you’ll be taken to a page where you can download the first two books.

We are writing a third book on the “Three Most Common Mistakes Made By Welders” which will be sent to you via email as soon as it is ready.

The Recommended Welding Instructional Manual Includes Help With Ornamental Welding

Don’t overthink it your decision to try welding. You can start with a low-cost welding machine and an understanding of some of the basics.  Start with something simple like reading the free ebooks offered on this page or by watching the video.  One step at a time will get you to where you want to go.

Other Resources

The American Welding Society is a great place to buy books and to learn more about the profession. It is our go-to resource with questions on topics such as professional certification or welding careers.

About Jeff Grill

Jeff Grill hails from Long Island, a 118 mile stretch of land that starts just off the coast of Manhattan and stretches deep into the Atlantic ocean. He has always been interested in welding from an early age and has the cuts and bruises to prove it as he set out to work with a variety of metals.

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